Reading is Fundamental!

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In many ways, I suppose we learned a lot from yesterday’s “Morongate” scandal on the World Series Dreaming community boards.  Flat out starting the headline with “Joe Maddon is a Moron” was probably not the nicest thing to do, but I set out to perform a bit of a social Continue reading Reading is Fundamental!

The Theo Love Mug

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Okay guys, it’s story time. So at some point, the inimitable And Counting wrote a blog on Obstructed View.  Within that blog’s comments section, a commenter posted a picture of Theo that looked like this and asked that it be photoshopped: So then I decided to do something like this Continue reading The Theo Love Mug

Cardinals Directly Responsible For the National League’s Demise

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Minor news first, about Emilio Bonifacio:   Emilio Bonifacio’s rehab assignment transferred to Double-A Tennessee. — Mark Gonzales (@MDGonzales) July 16, 2014 Come back soon Emilio! In the meantime, I don’t know if you forgot, but the National League lost to the American League in the 2014 All-Star Game, 5-3. Continue reading Cardinals Directly Responsible For the National League’s Demise

Rizzo Admits He Wants to Play in San Francisco

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The world of Chicago Cub fans came to a halt earlier today when first baseman Anthony Rizzo addressed the media about his future. Rizzo made a statement that had the hearts of diehards skip a beat. Earlier today when Rizzo was talking about his baseball future, he mentioned wanting to Continue reading Rizzo Admits He Wants to Play in San Francisco

Campana Comes Back to Bite the Hand That Once Fed Him

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We all knew this would happen. After seeing this happen time and time again, this was inevitable. Any time the Chicago Cubs let go of a player, they always come back to bite the hand that once fed them. This very situation happened for what seems like the millionth time Continue reading Campana Comes Back to Bite the Hand That Once Fed Him