Chris Denorfia

Chris Denorfia

Height/Weight: 6' 0"/195 lbs
Bat: R
Throw: R
Born: Bristol, Connecticut
College: Wheaton College (MA)
Draft: 2002 21st round by the
  • Chicago Journal

    Hoerner, Cubs agree to $35 million, 3-year deal

    The Chicago Cubs have locked up another infielder, agreeing to a $35 million, three-year contract with Nico Hoerner. The deal begins with the 2024 season. Hoerner, who turns 26 in May, is moving back to second base this year after he was the team's regular shortstop in 2022. The Cubs signed All-Star shortstop Dansby Swanson to a $177 million, seven-year contract in December.

  • NBC Chicago

    Everything Cubs Fans Need to Know Ahead of Opening Day at Wrigley Field

    After a long winter, Opening Day of the 2023 baseball season is finally here, as the Chicago Cubs will take on the Milwaukee Brewers at Wrigley Field on Thursday, March 30. The Cubs will hope to return to the postseason for the first time since 2020, and they'll roll out the red carpet for a group of new free agent signings as they hope to kick off their season with a bang. Thursday's game between the Cubs and Brewers is set to start at 1:20 p.m., with Marcus Stroman making the start for the North Siders. The game will air on Marquee Sports Network and 670 the Score.

  • Sports Illustrated Inside The Cubs

    Cubs Select Torrens, Opt For Three Catchers to Begin Season

    The Chicago Cubs Arrive at Spring Training The Chicago Cubs Arrive at Spring Training Chicago Cubs Select Torrens, Opt For Three Catchers to Begin MLB Season The Chicago Cubs have selected the contract of Luis Torrens as they go with three catchers to open the 2023 MLB season. Author: Kade Kistner Publish date: Mar 28, 2023 9:22 PM EDT In this story: Chicago Cubs The Chicago Cubs selected the contract of catcher Luis Torrens on Tuesday. Torrens joined the Cubs this spring on a minor league deal and will now make the 26-man roster out of camp. It's an interesting decision to add Torrens as he will be the third catcher behind Tucker Barnhart and Yan Gomes. The former Seattle Mariners catcher