For The Cubs, It's Go BIG Or Go Home

The team has an influx of major new players after committing more than 300 million dollars on salaries in the offseason.

Alfonso Soriano, one of the game's most sought-after free agents, got a 136 million dollar deal. That's the fifth-largest baseball history.

Third baseman Aramis Ramirez re-signed for five years and 75 million.

The Cubs also revamped their rotation, signing Ted Lilly and Jason Marquis.

And the club gave ace Carlos Zambrano a 12-point-four million dollar, one-year deal just before an arbitration hearing.

With a healthy year from star first baseman Derrek Lee, the Cubs have the making of a potent lineup.