Which Cub is more likely to achieve the impossible?

Which Cub is more likely to achieve the impossible?

Heyward bounces back to his baller ways and proves 2016 to have just been a blip
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Baez continues his baller ways and proves that 2016 was in no way just a blip
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32%
Neither
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What a dumb question; obviously both things will happen
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Which Cub is more likely to achieve the impossible?

Postby Sammy Sofa » Sat Feb 25, 2017 5:54 pm

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Re: Which Cub is more likely to achieve the impossible?

Postby David » Sat Feb 25, 2017 6:19 pm

do you actually mean like baez improves so that he doesn't have to be shielded from tough matchups?

like i don't doubt that he can put up a similar (maybe not as extreme on the defensive metrics but maybe) year to last year in the same role. the impossible is more like him making some adjustments and becoming an absolute monster of a player. at least, if we're looking for congruity (congruence?) with heyward becoming a 5 or 6 win player again. i mean, maybe that's a little more likely, i don't know.


(either way, i voted both)
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Re: Which Cub is more likely to achieve the impossible?

Postby Sammy Sofa » Sat Feb 25, 2017 6:26 pm

Saying "Baez proves he can actually continue being a useful baseball player" seemed needlessly cruel.
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