Re: The 37 year old ballplayer
The contract is that long. The cubs are clearly gambling that prices will raise to the point where he won't be considered that extreme an expense.
Okay. I was too lazy to look it up but I was thinking that seemed old for him now to be stealing and hitting for power.
I'm in the minority but I think it was a good signing. I'd love to have him in Cincy.
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