Before you flip your lid …

Yes, Kevin Gregg blew the save after loading the bases tonight. But that included an infield dribbler by Jean Segura, then a walk that was so-very-completely a strikeout that wasn’t called, and then a soft liner that was inexplicably dropped by Starlin Castro (really could have been an error). Kind of a screw-job outing for Gregg, and the Cubs lose.

There were bright spots, though – David DeJesus was awesome at the plate and in center, Michael Bowden was good, and Dioner Navarro had himself a game. Also, this …

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  • Ivy Walls

    Castro, all the apologists, wishful hopeful fans, lovers and plain blind fanatics who simply are infatuated by anyone wearing the Cubby blue,

    he has not improved but has gone backwards in his game.

    he will be traded over the winter and that will be good

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