Rank 'em: Cubs of Decade

Created: December 8, 2009, 4:11 PM

Aramis Ramirez was the Cubs' top RBI man of the decade.

The Cubs won three division titles this decade yet still managed to ratchet up the pain for their diehard fans. Two great seasons in 2007 and 2008 ended in playoff sweeps. And then there was 2003 when the Cubs were five outs away from a World Series until ... you know.

As we bid farewell to the first decade of the 2000s, ESPNChicago.com has culled together some of the names of those who made it happen for the North Siders over the past 10 years. Now it's your turn to tell us where they rank.

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    • .300 average, 188 home runs, 630 RBIs
    • 105-68 record, 3.51 ERA
    • .304 average, 163 home runs, 518 RBIs
    • 64-55, 34 saves
    • 37-35, 87 saves
    • .295, 238 home runs, 589 RBIs
    • .283, 76 home runs, 258 RBIs
    • .288, 14 home runs, 153 RBIs
    • 42-29, 3.51 ERA
    • .289, 31 home runs, 159 RBIs
    • 44-26, 3.70 ERA
    • 40-28, 4.02 ERA
    • .275 average, 82 home runs, 200 RBIs
    • 3.42 ERA, 367 strikeouts in 307 2/3 innings
    • 38 wins, five complete games