5@5: Cubs' rotation — quality depth or maddeningly inconsistent?

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Friday, August 23rd
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh conducted the daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a discussion about right-hander Kyle Hendricks throwing another gem in the Cubs' 1-0 win against the Giants at Wrigley Field on Thursday. Is it good or bad that each of the five Cubs starting pitchers could've been considered the ace this season? Would you describe the starting rotation as having quality depth or as being maddeningly inconsistent? The guys then shared their predictions for how many games the Cubs will win against the Nationals in their weekend series before discussing how frustrating it is that White Sox outfielder Eloy Jimenez was held of the game with hip soreness Thursday on the same day third baseman Yoan Moncada returned from a hamstring injury. Later, the morning crew discussed whether the White Sox will promote top prospect Luis Robert to the big leagues this season and debated whether Bears coach Matt Nagy's cautious preseason approach can be attributed to concern for his players' health or a reluctance to reveal anything ahead of the regular-season opener. (8/23/19)