Led by senior Billy Garrett Jr., DePaul rallied from 20-points down to cut the deficit to one point, but fell short against Seton Hall, 82-79.
Cub fans got a chance to boo Rajai Davis Saturday when the ex-Indian led off for the A’s, and more playoff reminders are all over the spring schedule.
Fulmer sharp over 2-inning start
Game highlights: Rajai Davis gets booed by Cubs fans, Jason Heyward has a “clear mind” in 0-for-3 debut, and Kyle Schwarber survives left field.
Lefties Brett Anderson and Mike Montgomery would share the fifth spot and occasionally both work as part of an intermittent six-man rotation.