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Anthony Rizzo has followed Jed Hoyer since he left the Red Sox, spending time with the Padres before joining the Cubs this offseason.
But you'd have to be living under a rock if you didn't know that by now.
Rizzo hit .364 in 33 at-bats with two home runs, but he did strike out nine times. He will go and get comfortable in Triple-A unless Bryan LaHair flops and Rizzo gets the call early.
Even if LaHair struggles, I think the Cubs won't rush Rizzo, as Rizzo has been moved around each of the past three seasons. He's with his third organization in three years, and has spent time at different levels along the way.
If things go the Cubs way, this will be Rizzo's last stop before Wrigley Field. That's why I think they are telling him to get settled in and healthy with the Cubs and in Iowa.
It should be an exciting season for Cubs prospects looking to shake up the ranks.