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What the Cubs and Trubisky have in common. Including: Maddon's Post; Fixing The Unclutch (Another Word You Could Use Is 'Chokey') Cubs; The White Sox Core Is No Joke; Run, Mitchell, Run; Blackhawks Czech Line: Wendell Carter Jr.'s Rule-Breaking Strip Club Visit; In Other Words, The Fire Have No Shot At The Playoffs; and Red Star Sam Kerr Is A Star.
I hope all my fellow Cubs fans are out tonight buying PECOTA an apology six-pack.— John Carruthers (@UTChicago) September 26, 2019
15:27: The Ever-Ironic Cubs.
* Sustainability, or lack thereof.
* Weird splits.
17:35: Maddon's Post.
* Dead Manager Walking.
* Prediction: Theo will say it's me not you while letting Joe go.
* Rossi's Post?
29:11: Fixing The Cubs.
* Trade Contreras.
34:48: The Unclutch Cubs.
* The mono pitcher was Brad Brach.
* Not unfocused, but overfocused; the pressure exceeded the pleasure.
"Chicago's historic World Series win was supposed to spawn a new power, but the team has delivered a worse result every season since. What went wrong? And can they still build the kind of machine capable of withstanding poor luck?"
42:46: The White Sox Core Is No Joke.
* Theo whiffed twice on DJ LaMahieu.
52:32: Run, Mitchell, Run & Other Bears Discontents.
Trubisky scaled back running ever since returning from last year's shoulder injury.— Evan Silva (@evansilva) September 25, 2019
8 straight games below 25 rushing yards including playoffs.
Averaged 28 rushing yards/game over his first 22 career starts. https://t.co/mZdSLhaKw0
* Booger & Stink.
1:08:45: Blackhawks Czech Line.
1:13:12: Red Star Sam Kerr Is A Star.
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