Starlin Castro and former teammate Aramis Ramirez spent some quality time together last weekend in Chicago discussing the ups and downs of being a star player on the Cubs.
Watching the Cubs from afar the Brewers' third baseman came to the conclusion Castro is being made a scapegoat for many of the team's problems with every mistake magnified by fans and media alike.
"It seems like every time he does something wrong everybody just goes 'Wow'" Ramirez said. "The guy is still only 23 years old. But when you're a two-time All-Star and you've got 200 hits (in a season) under your belt they're going to look at you differently.
"But he's only 23 and he's going to be OK — he signed a long-term (deal). And he's not the only guy struggling over there. There are a lot of guys that aren't doing what they're supposed to be doing right now."
The Castro conundrum is one of the most debated topics among Cubs fans. Only two seasons after he led the National League with 207 hits at 21 Castro's fu...