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George_Foreman wrote:chipper is hitting .341 with 10 rbi and 2 hr in august.
aramis is hitting .301 with 5 rbi and 2 hr in august.
so, yeah, i think larry still has some juice left in him.
CubsFan7724 wrote:That was pretty biased in the fact that you put down Chippers easily calculated average of 30/100 but didn't put down Aramis, which is .313. This is playing his worse baseball this season in less time, yet he has Chipper beat in average, runs and homers. If he hadnt missed some time, he'd probably be winning in RBIs too. And yet you'd still take Chipper from this year out? Uggh, Slomo, your anti Cub bias is hopelessly uncurable.
Rotoworld wrote:The Cubs intend to be careful with Aramis Ramirez's groin injury, to avoid him missing two weeks like he did in early July.
"You could tear that thing and you'd be out the rest of the year," said manager Dusty Baker. "That's why he didn't play the other day; I was trying to guard him. And I told you that's why he wasn't batting higher in the order, because I don't want him to have to run. Everybody says, 'Move him up, move him up,' but all you're going to do is just hurt him if he has to score on a double or something like that." Ramirez is day-to-day.
Source: Arlington Daily Herald
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