12/15 Winter League update

Tony Campana was 1-for-4 on Friday for Leones del Caracas in the Venezuelan Winter League. Campana was batting .231 overall with eight stolen bases in 16 games. Pitcher Hector Rondon, whom the Cubs acquired in the Rule 5 Draft, has given up 10 earned runs on 15 hits over 20 innings while striking out 11 in 22 games. Teams were batting .214 agaisnt him.

Luis Valbuena was 1-for-5 on Friday for Cardenales de Lara. He’s now batting .308 in 41 games in Venezuela.

Junior Lake continued to rank among the league leaders in the Dominican with a .326 average. Lake has seven doubles, one triple and four home runs over 39 games. He’s started in left field in six of his last 12 games.


who does the Cubs want at 3rd base?? Brooks Robinson?? lol. Jim Hendry traded Casey Mcgehee away, we lost Aramiz Rameriz. there has been third basemen we could have signed this off season, Brandon Inge, Jeff Keppinger, Ty Wiggington, Drew Sutton and Mark Reynolds?? who are the Cubs looking for??

Kevin Youkalis was available until the Skankees grabbed him recently. Now there`s a player.

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forget about Campana. if he could steal first…

Try Castro at 3rd. Need ss or 2nd base. Barney can play short.

That just opens up a hole at 2B. Ether way we need to find somebody! But, you’re right, if Castro can cut back on his errors by playing third that helps the infield defense because then you have a better fielder at SS in Barney and it may be easier to plug 2B rather than 3B. But I think we will be watching Stewart flounder at 3B.

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