Cubs manager Dale Sveum revealed that he had a talk with Starlin Castro regarding a baserunning mistake the shortstop made in Friday's game.
Castro was thrown out in the sixth inning Friday after he lost sight of the ball while trying to go first to third on a single. The Cubs were down five runs at the time. ''It went well,'' Sveum said. ''He was, I don't know if 'remorseful' is the right word, but he knew he made a big mistake.'' Castro, who has been prone to mental mistakes, also let a ball go through his legs earlier in the game that allowed a run to score. He's batting .274/.305/.416 with 11 homers and 18 steals this season.