Found December 20, 2011 on View From The Bleachers:
TEAMS: Chicago Cubs
While Theo and Jed have made some moves this offseason, they have yet to make a trade of an established player for prospects. But one of the keys to selling well is maximizing the value of the Cubs' assets. This post examines the Cubs who might be overvalued by other clubs right now and the Cubs... To read the rest of the post, be sure to visit us at www.viewfromthebleachers.com
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