Bad weather, bad performance, rotation shakeup, and Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry feature in today’s bullets.
Archive for May, 2011
The rains came and washed away Tim Lincecum. Win!
The Chicago Cubs are finally considering sending Tyler Colvin to AAA Iowa. They are also beginning to suspect man has landed on the moon.
The Giants’ offense is far from a powerhouse, so I suppose it is possible that Carlos Zambrano could hold them down enough today to give the Cubs an ever-so-tiny chance to win against Tim Lincecum. Over/under on Lincecum strikeouts today? Let’s go with eight.
Wherein I discuss the changes to the site that you’re probably noticing right about now.
It sucks that the game was called early, but, let’s face it, the Cubs weren’t coming back tonight.
Tonight’s game against the Giants will be the first Saturday night game at Wrigley Field in nine years, and the first time one was actually scheduled in 13 years (the[Read More…]
Friday the 13th WHAT. Good starting pitching performance? Check. Good production at the top of the lineup? Check. Good situational hitting? Check. The Cubs just made my evening – is[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs limp toward the conclusion of their dramatically unsuccessful homestand with a three-game set against the San Francisco Giants. Even a series win would do little to salvage[Read More…]
It’s Friday the 13th, and the Chicago Cubs are expected to lick their Red-and-Cardinal-induced wounds against a team that leads the NL West and has won six in a row.[Read More…]
You’ll forgive the delay in today’s EBS – the beer in which I was drowning my frustration tasted too good to think about discussing this shit show. Actually, there isn’t[Read More…]
It’s always nice to go into the third game of a series with a chance to win the series, but beating Jaime Garcia today – behind Casey Coleman facing the[Read More…]
And here I thought I was obsessive. Clearly, I’ve underestimated the media’s desire to make mountains out of mole hill-sized hugs. In case you missed it (and you might of,[Read More…]
If I’m reading my Mayan calendar right, with the Cubs scoring 11 on May 11, 2011, we can look forward to a 30-run explosion on June 30, 2030 against the[Read More…]