These Awards Shows…

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One major issue I have with the way the MLB awards shows have been presented lately is how they have to just drag everything out.  It takes an entire hour to figure out who won.  The talking heads keep doing their South Park Canadian mouth-flapping, the finalists have to do their Continue reading These Awards Shows…

The Jake Arrieta Experiment

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There was a game on Thursday night where the Chicago Cubs decided that they were, in fact, good at baseball.  Jake Arrieta was the pitcher and it appears that not only did the Atlanta Braves take notice, so did MLB: How about the fact that @JArrieta34 just keeps on DEALING? Continue reading The Jake Arrieta Experiment

Let’s Pretend the Cubs Have to Add At the Deadline: Johnny Cueto Edition

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Okay, let’s start by saying that we have established that the 2015 Chicago Cubs season isn’t actually doomed yet.  Let’s further suggest that because the Cubs are expected to improve and should get reinforcements from the minors, they should be in contention for most of the year and might even Continue reading Let’s Pretend the Cubs Have to Add At the Deadline: Johnny Cueto Edition

#VoteRizzo to help Starlin Castro have a buddy at the All-Star Game!

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As you know, the All-Star rosters have been released (pending injury and pitcher replacements), and we saw that Starlin Castro is the only Cubs player eligible to actually play in the game for the time being.  Jeff Samardzija also was picked as an All-Star, but because of the trade to Continue reading #VoteRizzo to help Starlin Castro have a buddy at the All-Star Game!

The Shark List: Ranking the Potential Landing Spots

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As we move into June, and past the amateur draft next week, trade winds are going to start blowing just a bit harder than they have been over the first two months of the season.  With so few teams being “out of it” with the addition of the second wild Continue reading The Shark List: Ranking the Potential Landing Spots

Never read the comments

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Rule #1 of the Internet states that one should never read the comments of any internet blog. They are usually devoid of any relevant information, insight, or intelligence. Usually commenters have not read the piece and are just spouting nonsense. Naturally when Bruce Levine wrote a piece on ESPN about Continue reading Never read the comments