The Cubs have a few unforeseen days off from playing after several new Cardinals tested positive for COVID-19 this week.
With this weekend's series in St. Louis postponed, the Cubs returned to Chicago, where they'll remain until heading to Cleveland on Tuesday morning. They have a light workout scheduled for pitchers on Saturday and a simulated game scheduled on Sunday.
What will Cubs manager David Ross be doing otherwise with no games scheduled, though?
"Me personally, it's just sitting on my couch with my dog and watching baseball and highlights and catching a game," Ross said Saturday.
Cleveland is coincidentally in town this weekend, facing the White Sox on the South Side. Ross has the opportunity to get an early look at the Indians ahead of their two-game series on Tuesday and Wednesday. They're playing on Sunday Night Baseball this week in place of the Cubs and Cardinals.
"We'll definitely have baseball on, try to get a nice meal delivered and just hang out with myself. I'm pretty awesome by myself," Ross said with a smile.
Cubs' David Ross' plan for weekend off: watch baseball, hang out with his dog originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago