Ramirez left the game early with a mild quad strain, then spoke with reporters about the possibility of this being his final game at home as a Cub:
"Probably," he said. "There's a good chance. I'm a free agent and I don't know what's going to happen. But it looks like I'm going to hit the market." The third baseman didn't stop there, adding "I think we're ready to move on," in reference to him and the Cubs.
The 33-year-old has bounced back nicely from a poor 2010 campaign, hitting .308/.362/.509 with 25 homers in 616 plate appearances.