Reed Johnson: The backup outfielder hit .302 with a .799 OPS and was the Cubs' best pinch hitter before being dealt to the Braves. He also helped keep the clubhouse from turning into a morgue during a difficult summer. During superhero dress-up day, Johnson and Jeff Baker dressed as Jed Hoyer and Theo Epstein, poking fun at their bosses by walking around with cell phones glued to their ears. "Dude, we are so traded," Baker said to Johnson during a photo-op for the media. Soon enough, they were.
Nuccio DiNuzzo, McClatchy-Tribune
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