Dreamcast 19.2 – That’s what you get (Side 2)

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YAOWA SIDE ONE: ChicagoNow This is side two to Episode 19 because our show was too big. MUSIC BY: Lath and Plaster and DJ Krav https://soundcloud.com/lathandplaster Twitter: @IanMiller ALSO @ProductiveOuts EMAILZ: worldseriesdreaming@gmail.com iTunes Twitterz: @WSDreaming_Cubs @CubicSnarkonia @MRubio52 @Spike1057 INTRO Ian Stewart fucked up Old ballplayers never age gracefully Lrn2Twitter for athletes “If someone finds it and I’m running Continue reading Dreamcast 19.2 – That’s what you get (Side 2)

Item of the Day That May Interest Only Me

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Via MLBTR: Josh Vitters is the future at third base for the Cubs, president Theo Epstein told Ian Stewart, Stewart explained to MLB.com’s Carrie Muskat.  That means playing time will be hard to come by for Stewart at Triple-A Iowa, where he landed after being removed from the Cubs’ 40-man roster this month.  Stewart Continue reading Item of the Day That May Interest Only Me

Dreamcast 14 – A 25 lb. Bag of Carrots Being Thrown At You

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YAOWA EMAILZ: worldseriesdreaming@gmail.com iTunes Twitterz: @WSDreaming_Cubs @CubicSnarkonia @MRubio52 Por favor, send us emails and iTunes reviews. INTROS EMAILZ LOLs AngeLOLs BasebLOL Interleaguez, lots of fun! Roy Halladay, please be ok CHEATING Matt Kemp is cool and shit BREAK Dale Sveum Ian Stewart quits based ballz for three days What comes after the pitcher’s era? Continue reading Dreamcast 14 – A 25 lb. Bag of Carrots Being Thrown At You

Luis Valbuena: The Legend Continues

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Cubs legend-in-the-making third baseman Luis Valbuena has been hitting the snot out of the ball since spring training.  It’s about time to give up on the Ian Stewart dream, given that Stewart is probably emo and can’t stay healthy, and when healthy, can’t even hit a pinata.  We’ve been waiting Continue reading Luis Valbuena: The Legend Continues

Dreamcast 13 – Slow and #wet

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YAOWA EMAILZ: worldseriesdreaming@gmail.com iTunes Twitterz: @WSDreaming_Cubs @CubicSnarkonia @MRubio52 Por favor, send us emails and iTunes reviews. #no EMAILZ All kids love fire BREAK Jorge Soler overreaction PEE BREAK Ian Stewart RIP Giancarlo Stanton, fallen hero #WEIRDTURN BAI

Theo Epstein or Dale Sveum

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Carlos Marmol is the Chicago Cubs closer; at least he was as of last night. Many people are furious with Dale Sveum for keeping him in the closers role when everyone knows that he simply is unable to do the job at any level in professional baseball. After last night, Continue reading Theo Epstein or Dale Sveum

Happy Opening Day! Cubs Baseball is on Deck

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Today is opening day for baseball, and to kick things off baseball elected to show the world the Houston Astros hosting the Texas Rangers. While this may not be the Chicago Cubs, I will be watching this as we have not been able to see real baseball for about five Continue reading Happy Opening Day! Cubs Baseball is on Deck

An Easy Opportunity For Cubs to Bring Back Three Legends

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Even though the trade took place a year ago, fans still clamor for Tyler Colvin who was sent to the Colorado Rockies along with DJ LeMahieu for Ian Stewart. With the way Stewart performed here for the first half of the season before landing on the disabled list, and how Continue reading An Easy Opportunity For Cubs to Bring Back Three Legends

I Don’t Know, He’s on Third, and I Don’t Give a Darn

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Thanks to the intrepid Carrie Muskat, we know that Matt Garza and Scott Baker are getting back into game shape, though both are likely to start the 2013 season on the disabled list.  Starlin Castro is also out nursing his hamstring, but is expected to come back sooner, possibly within Continue reading I Don’t Know, He’s on Third, and I Don’t Give a Darn

The Ballad of Ian Barney

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Ever since joining Twitter, I’ve been privy to various lines of fun discussions involving sports, the Cubs, and many other different topics.  Tonight it seemed that George Ofman had a piece about Cubs fans being overly optimistic.  Rather than focus on the fact that many Cubs fans know this team Continue reading The Ballad of Ian Barney