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Tuesday, August 14th, 2018

It’s no big surprise that as a lifelong Cubs fan I love seeing a big Cardinals fail. After all, I need to derive some joy out of this postseason, and anything that gets the Delicate Genius’ mullet in a knot is A-OK by me. So it is with exuberance that I present to you Matt […]

Twins get their 5th division crown in 8 years. The first-round series is set. If you would have told me before the season started that 87 wins would take the division, I would have liked the Sox to get it done. Here’s the schedule…

A’s owner Lew Wolff has come up with the MLB equivalent of Office Space’s “Jump to Conclusions” mat. He has an idea that I don’t think anyone will like. By anyone I mean vendors, other owners, players, fans, broadcast giants, children, animals and Tim McCarver. Here it is: “I’d make it one-game-and-you’re-out for the first […]

Is there anything to write or say? The Cubs peed all over themselves. Isn’t that really the heart of the matter? On the mound, in the field and most definitely at the plate, the Cubs look nothing like the team that won 97 games this year. The Sox are missing their MVP candidate. What’s the […]

It’s official: Dick Stockton’s fastball is way gone. His first words of the telecast: “To say there is a lot at stake would be an understudy.” Ok then. Manny Ramirez hits into a double play to end the first. I don’t think I loathe a player more than him, as great as he is. Why? […]

Having quite a little discussion going on in the comments section of the previous post. Thanks for all the participation–it’s a lot of fun. One of the points I made is that from pitches 91-105 Zambrano treats hitters to a tasty OPS of 1.127. Maybe Lou and Larry considered that when they made the decision […]

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