Won't it be that guy they usually have?
You know... that guyyyyyy, uh - he's got 3 heads, maybe 4?
I think his last name is like Community or Committee or something like that?
Yeah that's the guy - and I should know because I just drew him and put him in this post.
Just who was the last real leadoff guy the Cubs had?
I mean, who was any good?
Did you ever really think Alfonso was a "leadoff hitter"?
Kenny Lofton was pretty good for about five minutes.
Mark Grudzielanek, Brian McCrae, Eric Young, Doug Glanville, Corey Patterson, Delino DeShields, Lance Johnson... not alot of Hall of Famers there.
Oh well, I'm certain we'll see what Starlin Castro can do.
Blake DeWitt is the second baseman who could lead off by default, I guess.
Kosuke Fukudome, Jeff Baker...
Here's what Mike Quade said awhile back in this article on Cubs.com:
"You look at this club, as I do right now, and you say, 'Who's a perennial leadoff guy?'" Quade said. "'Who's the prototypical leadoff guy? Do we have one?' And I would say, 'I don't think so.' OK, when the answer is 'I don't think so,' I can mix and match."
Ah anyway, just talking about the Cubs...