15 Cubs players that make perfect Immaculate Grid answers

Looking for those answers that play well for a variety of teams in your Immaculate Grid? These former Cubs players check a lot of boxes.
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Cubs Immaculate Grid Answers: A hodge-podge of forgotten Cubs and role players round out our list

We'll wrap this up so you can get back to crushing your friends with your Immaculate Grid work. But I've got a few more throw-ins for you to close this thing out.

Cameron Maybin, who played for the Cubs during the fan-less, shortened 2020 season, appeared for a surprising 10 teams during his 15-year career, including the Padres, Marlins, Tigers, Mets, Braves, Cubs, Angels, Mariners, Yankees and Astros.

Another former Cubs catcher, Rene Rivera, spent less than 2 months calling Chicago home, but spent 13 years in the league, working behind the plate for the Mets, Mariners, Padres, Twins, Rays, Braves, Nationals, Guardians, Cubs and Angels before retiring after the 2021 campaign.

Former infielder Cesar Izturis, a light-hitting player who played for Chicago in 2006 and 2007, won a Gold Glove and made an All-Star team in his career, but wasn't a huge factor during his time with the Cubs. Still, he lasted more than a decade, playing for the Cubs, Dodgers, Orioles, Pirates, Cardinals, Reds, Nationals, Blue Jays and Brewers (big NL Central guy, apparently).


We'll close it out with a pair of former Cubs pitchers: Rafael Soriano and Julian Tavarez. Soriano, who was a disaster with Chicago in 2015, pitched for Seattle, Atlanta, Washington, New York (AL) and Tampa Bay, as well. As for Tavarez, who was a member of the 2001 Cubs, the right-hander had himself a fine career - taking the mound for the Indians, Giants, Red Sox, Cardinals, Rockies, Pirates, Braves, Nationals, Cubs, Marlins and Brewers, even leading the league with 89 appearances back in 1997 with San Francisco.