Hey! Watch it next time!
These non-Wrigley amateurs …
Now *that’s* having fun with it.
But who does it best?
It never got higher than 48 feet off the ground!
I’d tell him to stick to basketball, but, well, you know.
This is freakin’ awesome.
That’s what they call baseball IQ.
Stanton on the Cubs? Here’s what that looks like over ten years.
Here’s a Trailer for Bill and Brian Doyle-Murray’s New Show Visiting Minor League Parks Across the Country
Uh, yeah, watching the hell out of this one.
Patterns – patterns everywhere. I see them.
They may not be Baez, Russell, and Rizzo out there, but this I-Cubs infield sure is smooth.
Pillar is one of the game’s best defensive center fielders, and apparently he’s also fearless.
All sorts of weirdness in this one, but that was the best.
Joey Votto cares not for your extremely extreme shift.
When a 6’5 230 lbs third baseman scores from second on the third (of four total) Ks in an inning, you know something’s up.
What a weird little bit of baseball history.
On second thought, let’s not go to Wrigley’s bullpen … ‘Tis a silly place.
Chicago-land hospitals are reporting a major spike in births this month!
What do you have against technology, Baez? WHAT?!
Whose fault was it? … probably both.
Jay Bruce kept the Cubs from notching SIX homers last night.
Now that’s just awesome.
Now that is a man who knows what he is doing.