Overshadowed by the Milton Bradley ugliness was another great start by Randy Wells. And of course, a tremendous performance by Geovany Soto. I have three words for you, son.
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Another day, another loss. And another unbelievably pathetic performance offensively with runners in scoring position. 1 for 15. (!)
When Micah Hoffpauir hit that home run, boy were things feeling good. I hope you turned off the game just then.
Lots of hits. Lots of walks. Great pitching. And a loss.
Pfft. Sure, they won. But where’s the walk-off?
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No. Freaking. Way. Of course, Debbie Downer points out that Rich Harden got his ass kicked. But Positive Polly has but one thing to say…
How about that ending? I mean, it’s easy to hate this team and all, but damn. That was something of beauty.
The Cubs truly are the cure to a pitcher’s struggles.
Ok, pitchers. All you need to do is hold the opposition to 2 runs every single game, and the Cubs might go .500.
What else can one say at this point? The Cubs offense is like a tragedy of Oedipal proportions.
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Ok, didn’t we play this game yesterday? It wasn’t funny the first time. And Geoff Blum? Seriously?
Well, I guess the offensive display on Tuesday was a one-night-only kind of thing.