Chicago Cubs’ Cameron Maybin
The Cubs may be able to hang to Cameron Maybin. Maybin was picked up on September 1 and was quality when he came to the team. He doesn’t have power, but he’s got speed–and he’ll use it. He plays all three positions in the outfield, but he’s mainly a left fielder.
He signed for $1.5 million, and that’s fair. He posted a slash of .256/.324/.376 with an OPS of .700 in his career. He hit .250 with the Cubs, with four RBI in 18 games. That would average out to roughly 30 RBI. Not bad for a part-time player.
If I had to guess, I’d peg Maybin to stay. He’s a PTP’er, and his numbers would be pretty good over the course of the season.