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View Poll Results: More homers this year?
Derrek Lee 3 37.50%
Aramis Ramirez 5 62.50%
Alfonso Soriano 0 0%
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Old Apr 10th 2010, 4:39 pm
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Who will hit more homers this season for our Cubs?

Who will hit more homers this season for our Cubs?

Interesting few guys, one coming off of a great season, another has the power to hit 40+ in a season, and one that hits them inconsistently (and often injured).
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Could be a pretty close race but considering that neither Ramirez nor Soriano has convinced me they will be on the field all year I say D. Lee. I think he's got at least 1 more solid year in him. What I want to know is why he's trying to run the bases like he's 27 again? (Picked off 1st and caught-stealing today.)
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yea, I agree with Skullkey, Lee, if the Cubs do well and he's not traded.
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Wait till Rammy hits his groove. His eye is getting there , he will soon start pulling the trigger and get his timing in order.
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I think Ramirez. He's the best power hitter on the team. Lee can hit for power also, but as long as Rami stays healthy I think he'll hit more. I also think Byrd is capable of hitting 30 dingers, so let's keep an eye on him also
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also: Soriano wont be on the field enough to win this. Between him being injury prone and the additions of Nady and Colvin to the roster.
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