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Lost in the excitement of Mark DeRosa’s trade to the Cleveland Indians is a huge story in the Cublogoverse: what’s going to happen to Mark DeRosa’s blog, the Pulse?

In theory it could continue as usual – it would just be horribly boring because it’s about the Indians (and the new image on the right side of the site’s banner indicates that’s what will happen). But notice that everything is gone on the blog right now. No posts. No pictures. No DeepRosa thoughts. It doesn’t even appear as though anything is clickable.

Mark didn’t post that often, but this would be a pretty serious blow to the Cublogoverse – it’s not every day that you get to hear about the inner workings of the Cubs straight from the horse’s mouth. I’ll miss DeRosa’s performance, but I might miss the Pulse more.

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  • http://sharapovasthigh.blogspot.com Clapp

    Love the blog Ace! Keep going with it. I plugged it for ya on some sites and linked it so hopefully you can get some readers quickly.

    • KB

      I liked your opening post. After all, the Cubs ARE, well….neat.
      Although I would have used the word “neato,” which I think conveys a certain old-school quality, not unlike the age-old traditions one commonly associates with the Cub franchise, such as the ivy and the W-L flags.

      I wish you luck in your foray into the blogging universe.

  • theantigoat

    Yeah, I too will miss the pulse. That was a total lock down, completely riveting site

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