This is so perfect. I don’t even care if that sounds like a cheesy pun. It really is so freaking good.
It’s hard to be annoyed for too long about a loss when you watch these guys having fun.
It takes multiple replays to determine whether it was a full-on groin shot.
He will get you when you least expect it.
Easily the most dangerous post – for the comments – I’ve ever written. The intent here, of course, is very light-hearted.
Just a kid’s game at the ball yard.
Remember what a beast Farnsworth was? Now he gets to do that on the football field for real. Also, let’s watch that Wilson tackle again.
Clearly the Reds are out of above-board strategies at this point. Today, the tried to have Mr. Redlegs take out Kris Bryant.
Obviously Arrieta is a damn good pitcher, but he tore up Twitter yesterday.
Don’t step to the plate against Epstein unless you’re ready to charge.
Rarely does an hilarious #CubsTwitter moment emanate from literal Cubs Twitter, but tonight was great.
Today necessarily led to a whole lot of fun. Since it’s Spring Training, might as well enjoy it.
The Chicago Cubs have themselves a bold President of Baseball Operations.
Anyone gonna step up and challenge Javier Baez for the best Halloween costume? I doubt it.
It can take only five words to terrify Cubs fans – or opponents in the coming years.
Jim Dawson, you win Cubs fandom for the day.
It’s years in the making. At last: we can let it all out.
Last night’s home season finale, and the impending renovations, drew some interesting and fun stuff on Twitter.
Jorge Soler is the greatest slugger of all-time. Sort of. And the best John Baker GIF you will ever see.
One does not simply *get* a Jorge Soler home run ball. The gods demand you give up something precious.