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Your turn: Should Cubs bring back Aramis Ramirez?

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  • The Cubs can wait until five days after the end of the season to pick up a $16 million option for third baseman Aramis Ramirez for next. Should they lock him up or let him test the market?

      The Cubs can wait until five days after the end of the season to pick up a $16 million option for third baseman Aramis Ramirez for next. Should they lock him up or let him test the market?
    Associated Press

  • Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez has a batting average of .306 this season, and his OBP is .360 with a slugging percentage of .506. Should the Cubs bring him back for next season?

      Cubs third baseman Aramis Ramirez has a batting average of .306 this season, and his OBP is .360 with a slugging percentage of .506. Should the Cubs bring him back for next season?
    Associated Press

 
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It's your turn to have a say on today's question of the day.

As Cubs beat writer Bruce Miles points out, third baseman Aramis Ramirez has been the most productive hitter on the club for most of the past decade. Ramirez has compiled a hitting line this season of .306/.360/.506 with 25 homers and 92 RBI. While the Cubs and Ramirez have a mutual option for $16 million for next season, Ramirez could be the best available in a down free agent market for quality third basemen. What should the Cubs do?

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