3/26 Morning Marquee: C.J. Edwards rattled in debut, Pirates acquire Worley


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The Chicago Cubs fell to the Los Angeles Angels 8-4 and tied 5-5 with the San Diego Padres in split-squad action on Tuesday. The Cubs No. 11 prospect, pitcher C.J. Edwards made his Catcus League debut against the Padres for a glimpse at what the future might hold for the North Siders on the mound.

Around the league, MLB is working toward a new PED deal that would increase suspensions, the Padres signed Jeff Franceour to minor league contract, and the Pittsburgh Pirates acquired right-hander Vance Worley from the Minnesota Twins.

Chicago Tribune: Roster moves loom Wednesday for Cubs

Chicago Sun-Times: Mike Olt looks to put injury issues behind, start season in majors

CSN Chicago: Cubs: Starlin Castro open to position switch for Javier Baez

ESPN Chicago: Edwards Talks First Game

CBS Sports: MLB working toward new PED deal, would increase suspensions

NBC Sports: Padres sign Jeff Franceour to minor league contract

Fox Sports: Pirates acquire RHP Vance Worley from Twins

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