So there's an article here (http://www.chicagonow.com/chicago-sports-fan-talk/2013/01/the-time-is-now-for-the-chicago-cubs-to-welcome-back-sammy-sosa/) that suggests that Sammy Sosa should be brought back into the fold. I don't think it's a secret that I don't think Sammy did anything illegal, nor do I think it's a secret that I think the Cubs treated Sosa badly. I agree with much of this article: Sammy did a hell of a lot for the Cubs (and Chicago AND the MLB in general) and doesn't deserve to be villified the way he has been.
I don't know if Sosa going to the Convention would entice me to go over the Convention without him, but I certainly think he could be an asset to the Cubs in a variety of PR roles, particularly with their Latin American efforts.
So, what do you think?
Should the Cubs bring Sammy Sosa back into the organization?
Yes, Slammin' Sammy is an asset (71 votes)
No, over my non-steroid-injected dead body (49 votes)
Only as part of the medical staff (6 votes)
126 total votes