4/16 Morning Marquee: Cubs-Yankees delayed, Cubs hire former OF McDonald


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The Chicago Cubs saw their Tuesday night game postponed until 12:05 p.m. CST Wednesday for a day-night doubleheader against the New York Yankees.

The Cubs still made headlines despite the rain out as they hired former outfielder Darnell McDonald as a baseball operations assistant. According to reports, he will work with minor league players on and off field, evaluate amateur players for the draft and visit the major league team.

Around the league, the Houston Astros are calling up top prospect George Springer, Red Sox’s manager John Farrell is getting fined for being critical of instant replay, and across town the White Sox picked up a win on a rare ninth inning throwing error over Boston.

Chicago Tribune: Cubs hire former OF McDonald

Chicago Sun-Times: Jason Hammel focusing on hitters, not Yankees’ Tanaka

Daily Herald: This issue not as simple as black and white

ESPN Chicago: Cubs owner: Not interested in move

CSN Chicago: Edwards: In the next 2-3 years, the Cubs will win a pennant

NBC Sports: John Farrell to get fined for being critical of instant replay

CBS Sports: Report: Astros calling up top prospect George Springer

FOX Sports: White Sox win on Red Sox error in ninth; Napoli hurts finger

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