New Zealand Fan wrote:
LBJackal wrote:I'd take the Cubs lineup over the Expos lineup any day.
So would I, but don't be fooled into thinking he's going to a great producing, strong offensive club. The Cubs haven't been slumping. The runs they have hit in June and July on average is very similar to what they have hit all year.
If it's been the same all year then why did you say "since June" and not factor in April or May? LOL.
Anyway the Cubs aren't that bad. They've scored 116 more runs than the Expos so if you dont' think Cabrera is in a MUCH better situation, especially taking into consideration the Cubs have been without their best 2 power hitters (Aramis and Sosa) for a combined total of 42 games, then you're just hatin on the Cubs. They're scored more rus than the offenses of Florida and Houston, which are both power packed offenses. Sure they won't score as many runs as StL or Philly but they're still a damn good offense despite not being better than every other offense in the league.
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