Sunday began with Starlin Castro as the second leading batter in the National League with a .393 average. Not bad for the league's youngest player.
Does the shortstop's continued success surprise Cubs manager Mike Quade?
"I would like to say no, just because I respect his talent," Quade said. "Hitting at this kind of clip and doing the things he's doing, I'm sure we didn't expect that good right now. I just want to see it continue.
"The offensive part of his game has become so good now and so advanced at this point, he's running the bases better, so the defensive stuff continues to be something he needs to work on."
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