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One in an occasional series tracking the movements of ex-Cubs.
1. Carlos Zambrano.
2. Aramis Ramirez.
3. Terrance Gore.
4. Peter Bourjos.
On the verge of being released by the Angels, the journeyman outfielder instead filled in as emergency second baseman against the Yankees on Monday night and made a spectacular, web gem of a play. Another one who got away, Theo!
5. Welington Castillo.
6. Arodys Vizcaino.
One of those transaction magnets who shows up often in this column, the onetime Cubs' closer-of-the-future is out for the year with a shoulder.
7. Mike Freeman.
8. Jen-Ho Tseng.
Another Cubs pitching bust whose somewhat mysterious release flew under the radar, Tseng was the organization's Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2017 and entered 2018 ranked as the Cubs' 12th-best prospect. The Cubs gave up on him a few weeks ago and now he's on a minor-league contract with the Rangers.
9. Tommy Hunter.
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