Somebody pinch Casey Coleman. Well, either that, or tell him to stop alternating terrible and brilliant starts (just do the brilliant ones).

Break out the brooms. Just think, if the Cubs hadn’t blown those two games in Cincinnati, they’d be at .500 right now. Sorry about your Cheerios.

  • Michigan Goat

    Great job Casey, so depending on how Davis pitches next we might have a nice discussion on who should be our number five starter. I vote for Casey regardless of how Davis does, I’d like to see the kid get some experience so we can see how he fits into our 2012 team.

    • Ace

      I tend to agree – if the Cubs can’t go on a hot streak, let Coleman keep pitching, even if Davis is a marginally better option.

      • Michigan Goat

        As much as I want to win a hot streak will only add to the organizational delusion that we are “close” or “playoff bound” … Neither is realistic

  • http://www.frenchrocks.net Ian James

    Reed Johnson has as many RBI as Byrd.
    It’ll be interesting to see who has more at the end of the season.

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