With the elections taking place in the United States of America in 2020, an interesting question was asked in a former Joe Ostrowski Twitter account of 670 The Score.

Which player of the Bears, Cubs/Sox, Bulls would you choose to stay in your team until 2024? Just one.

I hate answers to my own questions. It will be discussed at 670TheScore at 6pm.

– Joe Ostrowski (@JoeO670) 3. November 2020.

It made the old brain think.

For almost five years, the Cubs have had a very talented young core. There are many good guards and, frankly, not many wrong answers. Although the United States is divided, we are pleased with the support of all players in Chicago.

Without further approval, your analysis of the 2020 elections will be followed by the results.

Chris Bryant

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Chris Bryant is probably the best baseball player in this group. The former MVP has more than enough equipment to prove that it can play with the best players in the league. He is only 28 years old and has shown that he can still play at an elitist level. The biggest problem is health. Chris Bryant has suffered simply too much in recent years to choose him for the next four years. Two of his last three seasons have been complicated by injuries. Players tend to suffer more with age. That’s why I’m leaving.

Anthony Rizzo

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Anthony Rizzo is the heart and soul of the Chicago Cubs. He’s the leadership every club needs. Rizzo continues to pump out stable, solid stats. He’s still doing great with the glove, as evidenced by the fact that he has won the Golden Gloves three seasons in a row. Problem is, Tony’s just getting older. He will be 32 next season and 36 at the end of his term. The Chicago Cubs need a young star.

Kyle Hendricks

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Kyle Hendricks was probably the most neglected pitcher of all baseball in recent seasons. Since 2016 he is an elite pitcher at the MLB. However, you never know when you’re following the national media. Hendricks is rarely injured and his throwing style can lead to a long career. Although all of the above factors work to his advantage, Hendricks has been in the game for 30 years and it is never safe to sign a four-year contract with a pitcher at that age.

Javier Baez

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Javi Baez is your favorite player. What’s not to like about El Mago? He was the most exciting player in that last segment of the Cubs’ baseball game. He just won the Golden Glove in 2020, is a former Silver Snail and has made some of the most memorable pieces in Cubs history. Baez turns 28 next month. The disproportion in his batting average, ultimately the downfall of Baez in this election. They’ve been in recessions for too long, and the success is not as good as most people think.

Wilson Conteras

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The backstage of your Chicago Cubs has been nothing short of spectacular since you took the stage in 2016. The 28-year-old receiver improved his defense and was a finalist in the 2020 Golden Glove competition. Wilson’s been a star for two of the last three years. He can play five different positions. He’s an elite killer. He has the passion you would expect from a player. It ticks all the boxes when it comes to what you hope a player will do in the next four years.

The votes have been cast and the final decision is the election of Wilson Contreras, who will remain with the Chicago Cubs for the next four years. He’s the man who will lead the next era of Chicago Cub’s baseball. Congratulations on your Venezuelan support, you have Chicago’s support.

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