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Cubs To Make Offer For Crawford?

A trusted reader dropped me a line regarding a Bruce Levine appearance on ESPN Radio 1000.  Remember, Levine was the guy who scooped the Jacque Jones trade.

Levine reported today that the Cubs are putting together a package of young talent in an attempt to acquire the Rays' Carl Crawford.  That would leave the Cubs with a speedy, athletic outfield of Alfonso Soriano, Felix Pie, and Crawford.

The emailer says today's report did not mention names.  Ronny Cedeno would certainly be a useful addition for the Rays, and you'd have to expect some premium pitching heading over as well.  I'm thinking Rich Hill, Carlos Marmol, or both.  The problem with these proposed blockbuster deals is they often open up new holes.  Thoughts?


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