Report: Cubs eye destinations for Starlin Castro

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The Cubs are an exceptionally effective team despite its youth. With more veterans and battle-proven players, the Cubs can make the jump to a World Series contending team.

The team is already looking to add space for vets — especially at pitcher. Monday, 670 The Score’s Julie DiCaro reported that the North Siders were looking to move a talented youngster — one they’ve tried to get rid of before.

While Castro saw more playing time as the playoffs began, he most likely went into them knowing that his time in Chicago could come to an end even if he plays well. He went into October hitting 29 0f 68, hit five double and 20 RBI the month prior.

He didn’t inspire much with his play during the postseason, but he did manage to knock in a home run as a 190 pound hitter.

It is a bit strange to see the franchise’s former “future player” play on the Cubs team with the a number of up-and-comers.

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