Carl Edwards Jr. crowned himself a best dancer in a Cubs bullpen.
“By far,” a right-hander pronounced before Sunday’s win opposite a Brewers. “I grew adult dancing.”
Edwards showed off some of his repertoire — many particularly “The Worm” — Friday during a 1-hour, 59-minute sleet check during Wrigley Field.
During a delay, an unpretentious dance-off between a Brewers’ and Cubs’ relievers was held on tape. Each team’s pitchers could see a other’s on a closed-circuit radio in a new bullpens underneath a right- and left-field bleachers.
Hector Rondon said.
But who finished it?
“We did,” Pedro Strop said.
The Cubs might have won there, though they mislaid a diversion 6-3.
Much to a entertainment of his teammates, not to discuss a Brewers, Edwards did “The Worm,” aka “The Caterpillar” or “The Dolphin,” opposite a behind of a pen.
From his stomach, he inched his approach from one finish to a other, that drew dual thumbs adult from one Brewers pitcher.
“It was only something to pass a time,” Edwards said.
The Brewers were no slouches, either, pronounced Edwards, who combined that Addison Russell was a best dancer on a Cubs.
“I don’t know what it’s called, though they were station still, afterwards they lonesome adult a camera for dual seconds, afterwards changed it down and they all were dancing,” Edwards said. “It was flattering nice.”
Odd group out? The a presentation of Ian Happ has led to reduction personification time for Albert Almora Jr. and Jon Jay as a rookie occupies many of his time in core field. But that’s a good — and formidable — problem to have, manager Joe Maddon said.
Maddon pronounced Almora will be used a lot as a defensive deputy and Jay a splash hitter, that he did successfully Sunday.
“It’s going to be a small bit some-more challenging,” Maddon said.
Officially official: The Cubs activated outfielder Jason Heyward from a 10-day infirm list Sunday. He had been sidelined given injuring his right index finger May 5. To make room for Heyward, a Cubs optioned infielder Tommy La Stella to Triple-A Iowa. The Cubs also optioned right-handed pitcher Pierce Johnson to Iowa and removed right-handed pitcher Dylan Floro.