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Cubs won't have many September callups

Cubs won't have many September callups

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Cubs won't have many September callups
CHICAGO -- The Cubs won't add too many players when rosters expand on Saturday. Most of the players they want to see, such as Brett Jackson and Josh Vitters, are already with the big league team.

Cubs manager Dale Sveum said he has talked to general manager Jed Hoyer about players to be called up once the Minor League season ends.

"It's not going to be a great amount of people, that's for sure," Sveum said. "You'll call some pitchers up to take some pressure off the bullpen and starters, so that always helps. There are a few position players who have already been here."

That list would include outfielder Tony Campana and infielder Adrian Cardenas, who are expected to be recalled.

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