Cubs make multiple 40-man roster moves, claim Jack Reinheimer on waivers

Here’s how the Cubs’ 40-man stands as of late Friday.

Friday, in addition to other deadlines, was the deadline for teams to restore players to the 40-man roster who were on the 60-day disabled list at the end of the 2018 season.

And so, the Cubs did that, along with a flurry of other roster moves:

#Cubs moves: Darvish, Morrow, Hancock, Zagunis reinstated off 60 day DL. Gore and Freeman outrighted off 40-man. Claim IF Jack Reinheimer off waivers from Mets. 40-man now 39

— Carrie Muskat (@CarrieMuskat) November 2, 2018

So, the four 60-day DL players (Yu Darvish, Brandon Morrow, Justin Hancock and Mark Zagunis) are back on the 40-man. It would not surprise me to see Zagunis run through waivers at some point.

Terrance Gore, as noted by Tim Huwe here earlier this week, could get a split contract that would give him the possibility of playing in the big leagues at times in 2019, certainly in September and again if the Cubs make the 2019 postseason.

Jack Reinheimer is a 26-year-old infielder originally drafted by the Mariners. He was sent to the Diamondbacks in the deal that also …Read the Rest

Source:: Bleed Cubbie Blue

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