This Chicago Cubs offense. It is becoming hilarious in its predictability. Unfortunately for us, it is predictably bad.


  • jstraw

    I swore I watched most if this game. How did we leave 22 runners on base with 10 hits and two walks with two runs scoring?


  • Kenny L.

    There’s team LOB, and there’s individual LOB. That there is the added up individual LOB.

  • jstraw

    Does a runner have to be in scoring position to be considered LOB if he doesn’t score? If my single only moves a runner from 2nd to 3rd, am I charged with a runner LOB?

    • Ace

      That’s a good question. I’m assuming that if you get a hit or take a walk, you don’t get an LOB, even if you don’t score the run.

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