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All our teams are winning and nobody's happy. Including: The Return Of Rickey Rentamanager; Same Old New Cubs; Gale's Song; Bears Extend Part-Time Player Instead Of All-Pro; Mitch Cutler & The Kings Of The Tomato Cans; The Bulls Are All Growns Up; Killer College Football; Red Stars Align; and The Dynamo Stinks.
* Coffman: Two baseball teams in the playoffs and a 2-0 Bears team and nobody feels good right now!
:1:13: The Return Of Rickey Rentamanager.
Rick Renteria might win AL Manager of the Year and you could make a solid case for him to be fired— x - Adam (@_adamhess) September 25, 2020
My lips are sealed— Steve Stone (@stevestone) September 24, 2020
Brought it up last night, and I'll bring it up again. Moncada described a "daily battle" to find energy since his COVID-19 infection. He's fighting that battle. And the Sox are winning because he found that energy. Amazing he's played through this. https://t.co/ZtjQcG5ZeJ— Vinnie Duber (@VinnieDuber) September 24, 2020
Jose Abreu acknowledged the slumping White Sox -- losers of 5 of their past 6 games -- relaxed a bit too much after clinching a playoff berth last Thursday.— 670 The Score (@670TheScore) September 24, 2020
Will they regain their edge in time to make noise in the playoffs?https://t.co/HvzJ9NwOvY via @MLBBruceLevine pic.twitter.com/eU9gnWyCXq
Luis Robert is going to be an stud.— Alex Cohen (@voiceofcohen) September 25, 2020
That said, him having just 1 hit in his last 35 (!!!) plate appearance in the midst of a playoff race shows how we, as fans, may want to pump the breaks on calling every uber-talented rookie the next transcendent player of our generation.
17:55: Same Old New Cubs.
In these trying times, I like to hold on to as much normalcy as possible. #Cubs offense growing silent and choking away a division lead in late September, while frustrating as a fan, provides that normalcy. Thanks boys, still rather have a 2nd World Series though https://t.co/7lmStpvuj3— Thomas Galicia (@thomasgalicia) September 25, 2020
33:08: Gale's Song.
36:45 Bears Extend Part-Time Player Instead Of All-Pro.
* Lieser, Sun-Times: Bears RB Tarik Cohen 'Left Money On The Plate' In Push For Allen Robinson's Extension.
39:49: Mitch Cutler And The Kings Of The Tomato Cans.
* Coffman: A Message For Mopey Mitch.
50:40: The Bulls Are All Growns Up.
1:01:21: Killer College Football.
* Rutter: Notre Dame's Deception.
* Rutter: Notre Dame's Deadly Game.
* Weintraub, The Conversation: The Big Ten's Blood Money.
1:06:11: Red Stars Align.
1:08:44: The Dynamo Stinks.
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