Arbitration cases are all wrapped up now that Wuertz gets a $1.1
million deal for 2009. He’s not guaranteed a spot in the pen this
year, so in that regard, he ain’t cheap. In the sense that other teams
might consider asking the Cubs about him, given their overflow of
righty relievers, he is cheap. Something to chew on.

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