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As bad as the Cubs defense looked last year why would they want more defensive woes with Dunn in our line up? If I recall correctly we have a player that was suppose to be able to hit 40 home runs a year when we signed Soriano. I don't think we need another bad defensive outfielder just because hit "may or may not" hit home runs. I'll give you the fact that Soriano did improve his defense last year but he still made some pretty lame attempts at catching a few fly balls hit to left. If we do acquire Adam Dunn I believe he should be made a first baseman. There are plenty of examples of outfielders making the transition from outfield to first, Pulhos comes to mind. By the end of the year the Cubs defense did show improvement. Young Castro didn't make as many errors as he did when first arriving and the defense was in fact better under Mike Quadi than under Pinalla. Weather Lou just didn't care anymore or was truly puzzled by the effort being shown by the players and was unable to correct it, something was seriously wrong with the team from the start of the season. This is my first blog entire but I assure you it won't be my last. I've been a Cub fan for over 40 years and put up with the Sox fans in my family and among my friends for a long time and I'm begging the Rickets to please make better decisions when it comes to the free agent market and trades. Every player Henry wants is not in the best interest of the Cubs just because they had 1 good year for another team.