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The Chicago Cubs’ pitching staff has been plaqued with injuries the last couple of years. Though Carlos Zambrano has shined Mark Prior and Kerry Wood have not been 100 percent healthy. This off-season the Cubs signed Wade Miller who has also had arm surgery recently. I like this move by the Cubs, it gives them some possible insurance and starting pitching depth at a time when Kerry Wood needs more surgery (knee). Wade Miller is still recovering himself from arm surgery and may need to take “baby steps” to returning to form but I like the gamble the Cubs have taken by signing him. It could prove to be the best move they have made in the off season. We will have to wait and see.
Do you think this was the Chicago Cubs best off-season move?
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