CUBS ENCOURAGED AFTER STRONG STARTS FROM CATCHERS ALEX AVILA, VICTOR CARATINI

Three games doesn't constitute an accurate measuring stick, but the Cubs are encouraged by their options without prized catcher Willson Contreras. "I think we're capable of holding down the fort," pitcher Jake Arrieta said Sunday after praising rookie Victor Caratini for his all-around performance...

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