Found January 25, 2012 on Fangraphs:
Tony Campana will never be confused with Prince Fielder. As a matter of fact, outside of being left-handed hitters, the two couldn’t more different. For Cubs fans who dreamed of having Fielder in their lineup, that isn’t exactly a good thing. Why compare a diminutive spare outfielder to a behemot...
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