The Major League Baseball players’ union may file a grievance on Milton Bradley’s behalf after the outfielder was (finally) suspended by the Chicago Cubs for the rest of the season[Read More...]
Archive for September, 2009
Usually when a player is disciplined, either by Major League Baseball or by the player’s team, the player’s teammates tow the company line, but avoid making any comments that indicate[Read More...]
Crushed. Feels like a long time since that happened.
The Cubs welcome the Brewers to Wrigley for a series that probably looked like it was going to be really important when them schedule dudes were making the schedule. Hey,[Read More...]
Finally, a win. It’s both little and late, but still, it feels good.
We guessed that Milton Bradley’s most recent – and unbelievable – comments about the Chicago Cubs would lead to his walking papers, and in a way, they have. Within the[Read More...]
There comes a point in long stories where the story almost becomes a parody of itself. You’ll remember it from the Brett Favre will-he-won’t-he saga. At some point, it’s true,[Read More...]
Walk-off games are so exciting, aren’t they!?!?!?!?
What a serious kick in the grapes. And you’ll note: the Heilman pitch to Holliday really wasn’t that bad.