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(ESPN)   And so the great Cubs dismantling begins: Scott Williamson dealt to the Padres for two prospects and a sack of magic beans   ( divider line
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258 clicks; posted to Sports » on 22 Jul 2006 at 10:20 PM (11 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2006-07-22 08:54:28 PM  
At least the beans don't put a hit on the payroll.
2006-07-22 09:43:12 PM  
The Cubs Suck.
2006-07-23 02:08:36 AM  
Genius. Give each of the other teams in the league a Cubs player, who will destroy the teams from the inside.

Dusty! Good news! I've decided not to kill you!
2006-07-23 04:41:10 AM  
FrensaGeran: When the fark has that ever worked? 3/4 of former Cubs are better after they leave.
2006-07-23 09:56:31 AM  
Yeah, like Sammy Sosa on the Orioles, Matt Clement in Boston, Moises Alou in San Fran.
2006-07-24 03:18:51 AM  
...and that's the other 1/4.

Not good enough to alleviate Brock, Sutter, Smith, Palmeiro, Eckersley, Garland, Willis...Hell, even Miguel Cairo...
2006-07-24 10:09:57 AM  
You can find players like that on just about every team. There are hundreds of prospects who turn into nothing, and then you get a small handful of players who were in one teams system and end up being successful. Scott Williamson has been on a steady diet of sucking since 2003.
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