Cubs fans were used to the rotating wheel of mediocrity at third base since Ron Cey's departure in 1987. Chicago seemed to offer up a different starting third baseman every year: 1995's Todd Zeile, 1996's Leo Gomez, 1997's Jose Hernandez, 1998's Gary Gaetti, 1999's Ron Coomer and 2000's Bill Mueller. On July 23rd, 2003, the Cubs finally decided enough was enough and acquired Aramis Ramirez from the Pirates. Ramirez rewarded the Cubs by drilling 15 homers in his first 63 games and he hasn't looked back since. With the third base dilemma solved, Ramirez and his Cubs look to do some damage in 2006.
Scale: 6 inch
Format: action figure
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