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Scott Moore is quietly having a good ST for the Cubs


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http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/team/player.jsp?player_id=445599#sectionType=career&statType=1&season=&gameType='R'

Remember him?

Yes, the Scott Moore is currently hitting .342/.405/.658/1.063 with 3 HR and 9 RBI in 38 ABs.

Imagine if we could have him on the bench instead of Andino.

Moore and Fox would have been 1/2 of a good bench, but the Orioles treated him poorly IMO and didn't see what they had and so he's gone.

I have no doubt that he's going to be an asset for the club that actually lets him stick on a roster.

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Jake Fox was treated poorly by the Cubs and now he's having a good ST for the O's.

Ah, the circle of life. We become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass.

"We got bigger fish with the poo still inside

Swims up near the shore and gets eaten alive

By a grizzly bear that poos on a dead piece of sand

So that it can spring to the life and become poo for the land!"

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Wow, you just can't let it go, can you? I wish Scott Moore all the best. He had a few good moments in an Orioles uniform. His career line is .209/.270/.370. Could he improve on that if he had a more regular role? I wouldn't rule it out, but I don't think he's anything more than a .725-.750 type guy who is a pretty mediocre defensive player.

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The Cubs spared Blake DeWitt by sending down Scales and Moore, who have outplayed him in camp offensively and defensively. Quade said he will now use DeWitt at third as well as second, after using him exclusively at second this spring.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/breaking/cbsports-perez-scales-among-cubs-roster-cuts-20110324,0,2793666.story

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