3 players the Chicago Cubs need to get rid of before the All-Star Break - Miles Mastrobuoni
Chicago Cubs manager David Ross has developed a trend where he falls in love with players that offer little value to the team on the field. That seems to be the case this season for Miles Mastrobuoni. Mastrobuoni does not do anything particularly well but is a left-handed bat that has the ability to play multiple positions. So, for Ross, Mastrobuoni's value is that he can spell a player at different positions.
Though, that value should not come at the expense of an automatic out offensively and that is essentially what Mastrobuoni has been this season. Through 51 plate appearances this season, Mastrobuoni is slashing .149/.273/.191 with a 38 wRC+. That type of production is unacceptable and there is no reason Mastrobuoni should be on the Cubs' roster past the All-Star break.