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Old Feb 1st 2008, 3:47 pm
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Early as 2010? Doubtful. If Rammy is still playing well enough for us in two season there will no reason to rush him up to the big club. Unless they want to use him as trade bait in the future. Which is also doubtful unless we are getting a proven stud in return. But, thats still a few seasons away and I dont see much sense in worrying about it now.
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Early as 2010? Doubtful. If Rammy is still playing well enough for us in two season there will no reason to rush him up to the big club. Unless they want to use him as trade bait in the future. Which is also doubtful unless we are getting a proven stud in return. But, thats still a few seasons away and I dont see much sense in worrying about it now.
If Vitters hits like scouts think he will, a 2010 Sept. call-up is not out of the question. Let's hope Vitters excels as soon as possible, b/c if he does there is value in having him ready before Aram is a FA. If Aram is still producing then like he is now & Vitters is the real deal then the Cubs will get a nice return for Aram in a trade. However,I feel like I'm getting ahead of myself, b/c much can happen from now until then.

Never is it too early to expect a Top 5 pick to be ready for the majors in 3 years.
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I don't know how many people realize it but when Rammy signed his contract last offseason there was an opt out clause in it just like his previous one so who knows if he'll stick around. Vitters is the future 3rd baseman.
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A nice pro debut by Josh Vitters tonight for Peoria, 3 for 4 with 3 doubles:

http://www.peoriachiefs.com/news/cur...article_id=693
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Yea, the guy from the Cubs Reporter was saying Vitters had a bad blister on one of his hands, hence why he looked pretty crappy at ST.

Mono, then hand blisters??

Sounds like Vitters was destined to be a Cub
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yeah vitters needs to be a man if he expects to be any good...high school ball is alot different than the majors so i dont see what all the hype is about...lets see how he does this year and then we can all get excited only to be let down by injuries again...
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