6/25 Roster move

The Cubs need to make a roster move Friday to make room for Aramis Ramirez, who was to be activated from the disabled list. The likely candidate appears to be Chad Tracy, who was batting .250 for the season. Tracy has hit safely in four of his eight games since he was recalled prior to the June 9 game. The more interesting question is which Ramirez will show up — the one who has hit .168 in 47 games or the one who hit .425 with runners in scoring position last year and finished with 65 RBIs despite playing in 82 games.

– Carrie Muskat

3 Comments

I’ll be we get another version of ARAM…. the sub .168 … I hope I’m wrong but my gut says im not

I’m afraid you may be correct petrey, God save us.
In 2011 we may be forced to have the highest paid, least productive left fielder, 3rd baseman, and right fielder in all Cubs history. I hate to say it because I liked him so much but it is actually a good thing D. Lee won’t be back. Not blaming Hendry for either Lee or Ramirez still two of his best pick ups ever. But the contracts of Soriano, Zambrano and Fukodome…those hurt this team big time. I hope the Ram surprises us both. Now that Zambrano has already imploded in just the first inning (and exited the Sox game) I wonder what Zambrano’s pay “per inning pitched” is this year? Holy Cow.

petrey, 5th inning…I don’t the old A-Ram is coming back….

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