++>>Alf is still the Cubs best power threat. ++
Have you seen his OPS the last year?
You are right about Campana at 8th. If he's a regular but he goes to the bench when Rizzo arrives unless there is an injury or two.
Actually it's the opposite - Campana cannot hit in front of Castro.
Castro and DeJesus need to change places in the line up. DeJesus has been slugging over .500 in May, so he should bat third. Castro would be free to swing away and to steal bases at will as the Cubs leadoff hitter. DeJesus would be patient behind Campana while being on base a lot in front of LaHair as the Cub's number three hitter.
Castro and Campana at the top of the Cub's line up would be a nightmare for opposing pitchers.