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I wrote an evaluation of Lovie Smith and my thoughts about the job he has done since he has been here and I would love to hear what you think about it. Thanks.
To be honest, I don't know what they are going to do with Campana. The Cubs could always use his speed, but as you said, the outfield is going to be full with Byrd, DeJesus, Jackson, and possibly Crisp, LaHair, and Soriano. So that is six potential outfielders and none of those are Campana. My hope is that he suddenly starts hitting for average and plays above average defense to become a starting outfielder but I know that my hopes do not always correlate with reality. My honest thought is that he will either be a part of a trade (not the main piece of course, just an add-on to sweeten the deal) and then make it as a 4th outfielder there. Or he becomes one of those guys who made it in the big leagues but his team just didn't have a need for him anymore and either finds a new team when his contract expires or retires young. I personally (realistically) hope that he manages to stay with whatever team he is part of (again, my hope is the Cubs) and stays in the big leagues. On the bright side, with his time with the Cubbies, he is part of a great trivia question. (Who was the last person to hit an inside-the-park homerun? Tony Campana.)
Thank you for your kind words, Joshua. :) It's always a pleasure to edit your work because you do such a great job. I am happy that you are pleased with the edits.
You're welcome, Joshua!
I linked your story to this one I wrote: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/928899-bears-vs-eagles-jay-cutler-and-4-players-who-will-deliver-in-monday-night
Thanks for the add, appreciate it.