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View Poll Results: Which crappy cubs utilityman is the best??
Delino DeShields 0 0%
Ramon Hernandez 0 0%
Jose Macias 0 0%
Jerry Hairston, Jr. 3 60.00%
Neifi Perez 2 40.00%
Aaron Miles 0 0%
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Old Jun 18th 2009, 10:53 am
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Which crappy utility man is the best??

the question is easy, which crappy utility-man is the best of the Hendry-era (2002-2009)??

I tried to include one from each team (2002, 03-04, 05-06, 07-08, 09)
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I'd say DeRosa, except he isn't crappy.
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I'd say DeRosa, except he isn't crappy.
Hence, why he isn't on the list, and also because he was an everyday player.
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I would have to go with Jerry Hairston Jr. Tough call between him and Deshields. Im not basing it on what they just did for the Cubs nor am I basing it on what they did for their career. For a career- hands down Delino wins: however when with the Cubs he was always looking over his shoulder for Bobby Hill. I like Deshields being a LH hitter as well. Hairston though could play more positions and could run some.
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I would have to go with Jerry Hairston Jr. Tough call between him and Deshields. Im not basing it on what they just did for the Cubs nor am I basing it on what they did for their career. For a career- hands down Delino wins: however when with the Cubs he was always looking over his shoulder for Bobby Hill. I like Deshields being a LH hitter as well. Hairston though could play more positions and could run some.
How in the hell did the 2002 team lose 95 games???

The starting staff was awesome, there were 2-3 steady guys in the bullpen, and 2/3 the offense was at least average to awesome. Maybe it was just the rest of the garbage they were putting out there to fill in the bullpen. For some reason I remember those crappy guys like Scott Chiasson, Jason Bere, and Will Nieves blowing a ton of games.
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I chose Perez
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How in the hell did the 2002 team lose 95 games???

The starting staff was awesome, there were 2-3 steady guys in the bullpen, and 2/3 the offense was at least average to awesome. Maybe it was just the rest of the garbage they were putting out there to fill in the bullpen. For some reason I remember those crappy guys like Scott Chiasson, Jason Bere, and Will Nieves blowing a ton of games.
# Pitchers Height Weight Throws Bats Date Of Birth
57 Antonio Alfonseca 6-05 235 Right Right 1972-04-16
53 Francis Beltran 6-06 255 Right Right 1979-11-29
35 Alan Benes 6-05 215 Right Right 1972-01-21
46 Jason Bere 6-03 185 Right Right 1971-05-26
48 Joe Borowski 6-02 225 Right Right 1971-05-04
37 Scott Chiasson 6-03 200 Right Right 1977-08-14
30 Matt Clement 6-03 195 Right Right 1974-08-12
51 Juan Cruz 6-02 155 Right Right 1978-10-15
49 Will Cunnane 6-02 175 Right Right 1974-04-24
55 Courtney Duncan 6-00 185 Right Left 1974-10-09
44 Kyle Farnsworth 6-04 220 Right Both 1976-04-14
13 Jeff Fassero 6-01 195 Left Left 1963-01-05
45 Tom Gordon 5-09 180 Right Right 1967-11-18
32 Jon Lieber 6-03 220 Right Left 1970-04-02
54 Ron Mahay 6-02 185 Left Left 1971-06-28
52 Pat Mahomes 6-04 210 Right Right 1970-08-09
31 Donovan Osborne 6-02 210 Left Both 1969-06-21
22 Mark Prior 6-05 225 Right Right 1980-09-07
41 Jesus Sanchez 5-10 155 Left Left 1974-10-11
39 Steve Smyth 6-01 200 Left Left 1978-06-03
34 Kerry Wood 6-05 210 Right Right 1977-06-16
38 Carlos Zambrano 6-04 250 Right Both 1981-06-01
# Catchers Height Weight Throws Bats Date Of Birth
27 Joe Girardi 5-11 195 Right Right 1964-10-14
9 Todd Hundley 5-11 185 Right Both 1969-05-27
72 Robert Machado 6-01 205 Right Right 1973-06-03
58 Mike Mahoney 6-01 200 Right Right 1972-12-05
# Infielders Height Weight Throws Bats Date Of Birth
28 Mark Bellhorn 6-01 195 Right Both 1974-08-23
19 Hee-Seop Choi 6-05 240 Left Left 1979-03-16
8 Alex Gonzalez 6-00 180 Right Right 1973-04-08
17 Bobby Hill 5-10 180 Right Both 1978-04-03
29 Fred McGriff 6-03 215 Left Left 1963-10-31
33 Bill Mueller 5-11 175 Right Both 1971-03-17
1 Augie Ojeda 5-08 180 Right Both 1974-12-20
15 Kevin Orie 6-04 210 Right Right 1972-09-01
11 Chris Stynes 5-09 170 Right Right 1973-01-19
# Outfielders Height Weight Throws Bats Date Of Birth
18 Moises Alou 6-03 190 Right Right 1966-07-03
24 Roosevelt Brown 5-10 200 Right Left 1975-08-03
16 Delino DeShields 6-01 170 Right Left 1969-01-15
12 Angel Echevarria 6-04 215 Right Right 1971-05-25
15 Mario Encarnacion 6-02 210 Right Right 1975-09-24
3 Chad Hermansen 6-02 185 Right Right 1977-09-10
6 Darren Lewis 6-00 189 Right Right 1967-08-28
20 Corey Patterson 5-09 180 Right Left 1979-08-13
21 Sammy Sosa 6-00 185 Right Right 1968-11-12
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looking over that roster, im surprised we won as many games as we did
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looking over that roster, im surprised we won as many games as we did
If 4/5 of staring rotation (not counting Z's 16 starts) have ERAs under 4 you should be at least 500.

If tony Larussa had the same roster that's a 100-win team, especially with the starting pitching.
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should be, but look at that offense
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