Archive for May, 2009
Minnesota Twins vs. Chicago White Sox – Recap – May 21, 2009 – ESPN. Butt = kicked. Oh, and on the same day as Peavy said he’d rather stay on[Read More…]
Something that would have seemed a ridiculous joke just a week ago now seems like a real possibility: Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella is intimating that he may move Alfonso[Read More…]
Well, that’s a sweep, friends. Two runs scored in the entire series. Yup. Two. Swell.
Jake Peavy rejected his proposed trade to the White Sox earlier today. And there was much rejoicing. The two teams had a deal in place whereby the White Sox would[Read More…]
If Milton Bradley touches an umpire with one atom’s worth of the brim of his helmet, it’s a two game suspension. If Jermaine Dye throws his helmet and it hits[Read More…]
Maybe when Jake Peavy said he really wanted to come to Chicago if he were traded, he didn’t necessarily just mean the North Side. The latest rumor, seemingly spread late[Read More…]
Working on a little losing streak, eh? Swell.
You missed it. Admit it. You missed it. The Obsessive Peavywatch is back! New scuttlebutt from Jayson Stark has Jake Peavy possibly on the move, and the Cubs as a[Read More…]
Kind of. Maybe. Hopefully. Soon-to-be Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts is financing his purchase in a number of ways, one of which is soliciting investors to purchase preferred shares. Put[Read More…]
Well. That was a super performance. Just saving the offense for Wainwright and Carpenter, right?
The Chicago Cubs head back to the craphole that is Busch Stadium for the second time, in this, their third series against the hated St. Louis Cardinals. That’s right, third.[Read More…]
But it’s kind of like a mortgage. To refresh, the hope was to have the deal done by Opening Day, and then by this week for the regular MLB owners[Read More…]
I was tempted, only for a second, to make this a “laughing because it isn’t the Cubs” post, but in light of the plethora of injuries befalling the Cubs this[Read More…]
When is a non-update an update? When it’s about Rich Harden’s torn and tenuous shoulder. This non-update is here to tell you that he’s still feeling pretty good about the[Read More…]
Carlos Zambrano’s rehab start in high single A ball did not go flawlessly yesterday. Zambrano tossed 3 2/3 innings for Class A Daytona against Dunedin in a rehab start, giving[Read More…]
Win a close one, lose a close one. There’s some kind of yin-yang in there. I just don’t care for it.
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