Monthly Archives: September 2015

I Concede. I’d Rather You Awesome Guys Just Go Out and Enjoy Some Games

Go out and have fun. It’s a shame the season turned out like it did, but not really. After a weird-bad opening we OWNED May, June swooned, badassed July, and had the bottom fall out in August – injuries. But … Continue reading

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Matt Duffy, NOT Kris Bryant, is National League Rookie of the Year

Cubs fans, I like your team and your young talent Kris Bryant. I’ve admired your new manager for many years. In fact, I’m excited for your run. But there’s one award you guys don’t get this season, and that’s National … Continue reading

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No One Has Yet Won Back-To-Back World Series in The 21st Century

… and with our current seven-game slide, looks like there won’t be one now. I am quite proud of our biennial success. 2010, ’12 and ’14 represent, at least in the absence of back-to-back championships, a kind of a dynasty. … Continue reading

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Waking Up After Last Night’s 14 Innings

In a way we can say we’ve been playing these guys, in this League, for 131 years. Last night’s was a trench battle. Games like that reveal what kind of fans we are and today, as we all wake up … Continue reading

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