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Question of the Day
The 31-year-old signed with the Cubs in 2007 and is entering his fifth season with them. He made 60 starts behind the plate and appeared in 77 games last season, batting .214 with one home run and 17 RBIs. Chicago is 84-72 in games he has started.
Five Cubs remain eligible for arbitration: pitchers Matt Garza, Tom Gorzelanny, Carlos Marmol and Sean Marshall, and catcher Geovany Soto.
Johnson batted .262 in 102 games last season and was a .287 hitter with 10 homers in his two years with Chicago. He has also played with Toronto.
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