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If there's been one weakness with Ozzie, it's his handling of closers.
In four innings, Peavy demonstrated the three modes of this year's Sox team: great, awful, and just plain unfortunate.
Thank God for the DL.
Why beating the Dodgers felt hollow.
The fellas decide to give it a go.
My girlfriend suggested that I was making them lose by checking the score so often.
All we can do is celebrate the bench players.
This month is a character-builder.
A cabdriver's notes on baseball.
Driving a taxi in this town for the last eight years has exposed me to more Cub fan foolishness than anyone should ever have to see.
Of course, none of us shared his most private of moments. Was he ever despondent, disillusioned, or downcast? We'll probably never know. As far as we can tell, he greeted each day with optimism and hope.Continue reading "The Legacy Of Ernie Banks" »
Posted on Jan 24, 2015