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Cubs' Nico Hoerner: Cleared for baseball activities

Hoerner (ankle) has been cleared to resume baseball activities and is building up in his running progression, but he's without a clear timeline to return from the 10-day injured list, Andy Martinez of Marquee Sports Network reports. The fact that Hoerner hasn't been shut down from baseball activities since landing...
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Chicago Cubs Place Shortstop Nico Hoerner on 10-Day IL

Things could get worse for the Chicago Cubs before they get better. The team has struggled out of the gate, going 12-20 through the first six weeks of the season, falling to fourth in the NL Central. They’ll have to navigate the next couple of series without their starting shortstop Nico Hoerner, who was placed on the 10-day injured list with a right ankle sprain.
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Nico Hoerner Placed on IL, Andrelton Simmons Activated

After the freak accident that saw Nico Hoerner collide with an ump in the outfield, spraining his ankle in the process, it felt like nothing was going right for the Cubs. They would go on to win that game earning a series win over San Diego, so not all was lost. However, we now have word that Nico Hoerner is being placed on the 10-day IL retroactive to May 12.
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Cubs roster move: Nico Hoerner to injured list, Andrelton Simmons activated

Cubs shortstop Nico Hoerner sprained his right ankle Wednesday afternoon in San Diego in one of the weirdest ways possible, colliding with umpire Dan Iassogna [VIDEO]. Nico hasn’t played since then and now he’s headed to the injured list. The IL placement is retroactive to Thursday, May 12, so he’ll be eligible to return a week from today.
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Cubs: Alfonso Rivas, Nico Hoerner are blue chips off the old block

I’ve long been a backer of Alfonso Rivas – I used to watch him play at the University of Arizona, where he was a blue-chip stock. In addition to his prowess with the bat and the glove, he’s also a good bet for the Anthony Rizzo spot in the bullpen, though he throws harder than the former Cub. He was all over the field in college, though admittedly first base is his best position.
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