George_Foreman wrote:also, the cubs would have an insanely good IF with furcal. i mean, you're talking a-ram//furcal//walker//d. lee. i mean, that's on par with the yankee's IF, easy. might even be as good as that pujols/rolen/career-year-edgar-renteria IF that STL had a few years back.
I'm assuming you're talking defensively? I would still think Texas's IF of Teixeira, Soriano, Young and Blalock would be better offensively. But yes, it would be a very good IF.
I agree that the Cubs should go after Furcal, they could really use a reliable SS.
no, i meant offensively. defensively they'd be well-off, too, but offensively they'd probably be the 2nd best IF in the majors behind that texas squad you mentioned (assuming they don't trade away soriano )
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George_Foreman wrote:if the brewers could get millwood and b. molina, i would call it a good off-season for them.
That sounds good, just don't expect too much from Millwood. he's very inconsistant. I could see him slotting in as a solid #3 behind Sheets and Davis (though I think he'll get paid much more than a #3 should be paid). Molina would be a good fit behind the plate for the Brew Crew. Are they actually spending money this offseason?