Cubs left with little in outfield
Originally Published: January 29, 2005By Rob Neyer | ESPN Insider
Sammy Sosa's overpaid, there's little question about that. And of course, at 36 he's old for a player in a ball-centric sport. But being old and overpaid doesn't necessarily mean he can't still do some things. And it doesn't mean he can't make a lot of Orioles fans happy, and a lot of Cubs fans angry. True, in each of the last three seasons, Sosa's stats have been worse than the year before:
Sammy Sosa, 36, is coming off a season in which he batted just .253.
Games HR Avg OBP Slug 2001 160 64 .328 .437 .737 2002 150 49 .288 .399 .594 2003 137 40 .279 .358 .553 2004 126 35 .253 .332 .517
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