Chicago Cubs: Breaking down potential Ian Happ destinations

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It is also very plausible that Happ stays put in Chicago. He fits the profile of a Joe Maddon specific player, he can play multiple positions, has athleticism, and power. In just his second full professional season, Happ had the 2nd most home runs in the entire Cubs organization, with 33 between Triple-A and the majors.

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Kyle Schwarber led the organization with 34 between Triple-A and the majors. Plus, with the Cubs’ set up the way that they are, it’s easy to question which position Happ is going to get everyday at-bats, and there may not be one. It could lead to the end of Happ’s time in Chicago. But if it does, he should bring in a good return.