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.
Costumes for travel day, including Jorge Soler as Superman and Javier Baez as Supergirl.
He’s keeping it real. Ah. Memories.