Only the most hardcore baseball fans may have noticed that the and swapped outfielders last week, with going to the Cubs and heading to South Beach. Ruggiano looks likely to become Chicago’s starting center fielder, but should owners pay ... FULL ARTICLE AT Rant Sports
When the signed recently there was speculation that the team would employ a strict platoon giving Jones most of his at-bats against right-handed pitchers only due to the great disparity in his statistics between opposing righties and lefties. However, comments ... FULL ARTICLE AT Rant Sports
The fact that the are in the midst of a rebuilding mode doesn’t mean that the team isn’t making any moves this offseason. The Cubs have already inked deals for and While the team didn’t make any ... FULL ARTICLE AT Rant Sports
The Cubs closed out the winter meetings with a trade, but hardly a blockbuster. They sent left-handed hitting outfielder and Chicago-area native Brian Bogusevic to the Marlins for outfielder Justin Ruggiano, who bats right-handed. The Cubs also lost four minor-league ... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Herald
Justin Marshall Ruggiano (born April 12, 1982 in Austin, Texas) is an American professional baseball player.
An outfielder, Ruggiano made his Major League Baseball debut with the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in 2007. Ruggiano played college baseball at Texas A&M. Ruggiano became part of a historical play in the 2008 World Series when Rays manager Joe Maddon moved Ruggiano from right field to become a... Full Article At Wikipedia.org