Fun With the Cubs and Photoshop

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This post idea stemmed from an admission from the New York Times that they had a contingency cover in place for if the Chicago Cubs would have lost the World Series (spoiler: they didn’t lose): Well, being that the Cubs just slayed goats and curses and all manners of other Continue reading Fun With the Cubs and Photoshop

Silly Cubs Play of The Day

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There was a rain-delayed game on Friday, which many of you saw, as the Chicago Cubs opened up their interleague series against the visiting Seattle Mariners with a laugher of a victory.  Sprinkled into those 12 runs was a Jason Heyward homer (it totally happened) and some other very timely Continue reading Silly Cubs Play of The Day

Fun Times With Kyle Schwarber

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I think the more favorable news of Sunday’s game is that the Chicago Cubs would win the series against the Texas Rangers, and they would not be no-hit or shut out by Cole Hamels.  Let’s get away from that though, because there are plenty of contests left and the Cubs and Continue reading Fun Times With Kyle Schwarber

Just in time for the Awards Super Bowl

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It’s almost time for the Oscars, which as most of you know are more white than the foul line chalk on a baseball diamond.  Pitcher John Axford is usually pretty good at picking them, and I don’t think I can argue with his choices: I haven’t actually seen most of Continue reading Just in time for the Awards Super Bowl

Lettered Jerseys

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In case you were out and about, let’s bring you up to speed on the behemoth of a sports franchise that is the New York Yankees.  I get Jorge Posada because he was a damned good catcher for a very long time, but with Bernie Williams and Andy Pettitte I’m Continue reading Lettered Jerseys

The Great Chicago Fire of 20–

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In between taking the boy to Cub Scouts and going grocery shopping, I got to check out the Twitters to see what you crazy fans at the Cubs Convention were up to.  Yeah, we know the bleachers won’t be ready for Opening Night (boo hoo), but that was always a Continue reading The Great Chicago Fire of 20–