Nick Madrigal hit a couple of singles, scored two runs, and had one RBI during the Cubs' 8-5 win over the Mariners.
Madrigal should be the Cubs' everyday second baseman. He has had a nice spring going 4-for-13 with three runs, one RBI, and slashing .308/.357/.819. Though he will never hit for power, he will most likely bat at the top of the Chicago lineup and get those ever-important plate appearances. His current ADP is 322.