“The strongest thing that baseball has going for it today are its yesterdays.” -Lawrence Ritter Yes, the late Lawrence Ritter, who wrote about economics, baseball, and often both, was absolutely correct. Baseball is a game that builds its fortunes on the building blocks of its yesterdays. It is Continue reading I Went to Spring Training and All I Got Was….A Lifetime of Memories
Today’s practice game was against the Los Angeles Dodgers, with Matt Garza facing off against former Cubs legend Ted Lilly. Matt had himself a bad time in the second inning, loading the bases with some bad luck and hitting Juan Uribe before walking in a couple runs. Tony Gwynn‘s kid Continue reading Cubs Practice Game #8: Ex-Cubs are everywhere!
The news has come in that the Cubs have hired Chris Bosio as their new pitching coach. There’s a bit of nepotism here as Bosio and Dale Sveum knew each other since they were kids, and there’s also a random rumor out there that the Cubs may try to get Continue reading Bo-Bo-Bosio