Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Schedule alert! Tonight in Detroit, the Bulls are playing in their fourth and final schedule alert game of the 2017-18 season -- and our final schedule alert game of March. It marks the Bulls' fifth game in eight days, their third game in four days and the second of a back-to-back set. After hosting the Bucks last night, the Bulls headed out immediately afterward -- losing an hour along the way -- for Detroit to face the Pistons less than 24 hours later. The Pistons enter tonight's game with a one-day rest advantage.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs are keeping 2nd year player Victor Caratini as their back up catcher over veteran Chris Gimenez, who will report to Triple-A Iowa. Joe Maddon said it was a tough decision and if the team feels like Caratini isn't getting enough at-bats early in the season they may consider a switch.

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Sister Jean bobblehead sales off and running

Sister Jean mania has reached another height, as the beloved 98-year-old chaplain of the Cinderella Loyola-Chicago basketball team again has her own bobblehead, with the latest version available via presale beginning Friday.

Weber has high praise for Loyola-Chicago (0:48)

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Minor League Cub David Garner, who was the amusing 'target' of Cole Ross when he did his stand up the other day, has been suspended 50 games without pay for a 2nd positive test of a drug of abuse, according to the league.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cubs have finalized their roster decisions but haven't announced them all. As expected they will carry 8 relievers and 12 position players. The one spot they were debating was behind the plate. Either Victor Caratini or Chris Gimenez will back up Willson Contreras. Joe Maddon said he has to tell the players before going public with the decision.

Jesse Rogers ESPN Staff Writer 

Every year at the end of spring Cubs mental skills guy Ken Ravizza lines up 173 baseball to represent the reg season plus 11 playoff wins. He'll walk the team through the year breaking it up into segments explaining how to get through the grind.

Stugotz has had enough of Sister Jean (0:24)