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Serious Question: The Cubs - A Giant Douche or Turd Sandwich
Posted 05 May 2013 - 09:30 AM
Would you rather the Cubs be like the Blue Jays, Angels & Dodgers and spend money and resources and keep struggling to be .500 and possibly not make the playoffs then face dealing with those contracts for 5-10 years
have this mediocre team that isn’t suppose to be great but is building toward a sustainable future like the Cardinals, Giants & Rays have done so successfully?
So do you want the Giant Douche or Turd Sandwich
***and yes I'm bored - riding back to Michigan ***
Posted 05 May 2013 - 09:47 AM
I also agree with you, but would point out that the Blue Jays don't have very much money committed beyond next season, so they don't really fit with the others. I'd probably take being the Blue Jays, considering that most of their additions are through trading from a loaded farm system, something I sincerely hope the Cubs are able to do moving forward.
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