Shields pitched seven-plus innings and allowed three runs — all on solo homers — in the Sox’ 5-0 loss Saturday to the Brewers.
“Not playing Caratini enough really bums me out,” Joe Maddon said. “It bothers me a lot. And he needs to play. We got to get him out playing again.”
Darvish was scheduled to start Sunday night against the Giants at Wrigley Field. Tyler Chatwood will take his place.
‘‘You always look at the quality of the bench, and our bench is outstanding,’’ Maddon said. ‘‘So that tells you how good the team is.’’
Bryant, who received an ovation from fans before his first at-bat, went 0-for-3 with a walk but said he felt good. Zobrist singled and scored a run.
Moncada said he felt tightness in his left hamstring on a grounder in the second inning. Giolito allowed nine earned runs in two-plus innings.
Farquhar, 31, is in critical but stable condition at Rush. Overnight testing revealed a ruptured aneurysm caused the bleeding in the brain.
Efren Navarro grew up in Southern California emulating J.T. Snow and Cubs All-Star Mark Grace, both left-handed first basemen like himself.
“I thought the 2008 World Series was the worst weather game I ever participated in,” Maddon said. “I think it just got surpassed.”
The 1,500 or so fans who stayed and braved the rain, the 25-degree wind chill and the 24 mph winds at Wrigley Field were treated to a wild ballgame.
Minaya walked four batters and allowed a run without getting an out in the ninth inning Saturday.
Ordonez was back in Chicago to throw out a ceremonial first pitch Saturday. It was his first trip to the city since he retired after the 2011 season.
The Cubs will bring a 2-0 deficit in the NLCS to Wrigley Field on Tuesday.