Here are a few things learned from the four-game series.
Ryan Dempster and Matt Garza will be carrying the team
Both pitchers have been sensational to begin the season.
And Jeff Samardzija looked equally flawless, but time will tell if he can deliver an entire season. The Cubs and their bullpen will depend heavily on Dempster and Garza for victories.
When they are not starting, a big question mark is left for the Cubs.
Chicago will struggle to score
The Cubs are not going to be an offensive juggernaut this season.
Their offense may have exploded Thursday with eight runs against former Cy Young winner Zack Greinke. However, do not expect this to happen on a daily bases.
Runs will be hard to come by for the Cubs, and we should savor days like today, when they do decide to drive in some runs.
Steve Clevenger has confidence
In both games Clevenger's played catcher, Garza and Samaardzija have combined for 17 2/3 innings pitched, while giving up only three runs.
Clevenger looks confident calling the game, and it's apparent the starting pitchers are warming up to having him behind the plate.
And with a four-game hitting streak to start the season, Clevenger could make Soto's job a little less secure.
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