My friend, Matt, of Sharapova’s Thigh fame, described the game thusly: it’s one of those games that you’re happy to win, but you just feel like crap about it because[Read More…]
Archive for May, 2009
We’ve all said it. When Ryan Theriot started hitting bombs this year, we all made the same joke: he’s on the juice! Naturally, we didn’t actually believe it, but it[Read More…]
MLB reduced Milton Bradley’s two-game suspension to one game yesterday. He’ll serve the one game today. Oh, did I mention that he sat out yesterday’s game? So the difference is[Read More…]
Offensive explosion and a sweep. Swoot.
Chicago Cubs ace Carlos Zambrano is working his way back from a bunt-induced hamstring injury, and things are looking relatively good. Carlos Zambrano, on the disabled list with a strained[Read More…]
Rain-shortened win for the Cubs. Homers a-plenty. Good for Soriano. Good for Soto. But even the best for…
The last two decades of professional baseball have been marked by many things – steroids, dramatic salary increases, lavish ballparks. But one of the defining elements of the era has[Read More…]
Jake Peavy comes to Wrigley to pitch against the Cubs, and woot woot the Cubs win. And Milton Bradley hit a 900 foot homer. But there can be only one[Read More…]
About a month ago, there were whispers that Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella would like to see Sean Marshall in the bullpen because he is a reliable lefty. But at[Read More…]
Just a good, solid win, folks. And that’s saying something.