The Chicago Cubs have a full outfield, a full payroll, and a full clubhouse. But that’s not stopping Paul Sullivan from daydreaming about a Manny Ramirez acquisition.
I’ll spare you the trouble of reading. It involves Alfonso Soriano moving to second base, Manny Ramirez playing the outfield at Wrigley, and a ridiculous lineup.
And it ends with Ryan Dempster suggesting that the Cubs sign Albert Pujols to play back-up catcher – a nicely taken swipe at Sullivan’s Ramirez dream.
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