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It's all Cubbie Blue gravy now.
We help the Cubs celebrate Halloween.
A Kansas City Royal hit a home run in a pretend game three months ago to spoil the Cubs' storybook ending.
Is the magic man with the Midas touch managing tight?
The universe has a will, and it is not to be fucked with.
Who has the balls to ruin the David Ross farewell tour? Who has those balls?!?
I had to double-check this just to be correct, but he's only been a Cub since 2015. That's last year.
That sucker is already brimming.
Meaningless answers to ridiculous questions.
A beer league invite for Tommy La Stella.
Jumping the shark at the best time of the season.
Hey Hey, Heyward.
It's time for Joe Maddon to pick his spots.
I've never just shook my head in disbelief this much in as long as I can remember.
Cubs manager has all the gadgets working on his Cub army knife - even the tweezers and saw blade.
Lovable losers are gone. So too, now, are lovable winners. Now it's just about winning.
Is a little grit too much to ask for?
Distressed caps for everyone!
You did things you aren't proud of.
Partied like 2009.
He shall so be nicknamed.
Baseball finally on Cub Factor kid's radar.
I'm wearing them now.
Wrigley Field still has a nostalgic "it" factor, but sheesh, I'm waiting for the troughs to have a sponsor.
We have some ideas.
Jorge Soler shining about as bright as Dusty Baker.
Bologna has a first name, D-U-S-T-Y. Bologna has a second name, B-A-K-E-R.
The Plan has another helpful subplot playing out.
The last time the Cubs were this good we were still at World War 0.
If the rest of the season keeps going like this, how can any fan hold on to that anger of the past?
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Posted on Oct 15, 2019
Bernstein & McKnight shrug off China's dystopian authoritarianism because, hey, we're all guilty.Continue reading "The NBA, China, The Score & You" »
Posted on Oct 11, 2019
In public, he says he just wants to bring joy to the fans who really own his teams. In private, he says finishing second is the best business model because it keeps fans hungry and hopeful.Continue reading "Jerry Reinsdorf Isn't In It For The Money (LOL)" »
Posted on Oct 7, 2019