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.