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Posted 08 February 2012 - 04:57 AM
As far as historical baseball players, #10 will always be my favorite. Despite the fact that I am too young to have seen him play, Ronny is reason #1 that I love the Cubs.
Posted 08 February 2012 - 02:11 PM
Favorite SP: Dempster. Funny guy, fan friendly, great story with his daughter, reliable. (Garza close second)
Favorite RP: Kerry Wood. For reasons you all can guess.
Favorite IF: Used to be Derek Lee, but now it's probably Starlin Castro. Young exciting player that I hope is around for many, many years.
Favorite OF: Reeeed! Although, I was fond of Byrd for a bit, but I wouldn't be too upset if he was traded.
Favorite New Guy: Rizzo. I'm a huge Theo fan and I love the connections and trading story.
And, an A+ for whoever mentioned Mrs. DeJesus.
Posted 08 February 2012 - 02:44 PM
My friends from school came up and visited over summer for the 4 games against the Brewers. We sat in my parents seats (Section 431 Row 1) for the first two and then got tickets in the bleachers for game 3. It was dollar hot dog night and I told my buddies going into the game that if Reed hits a homer, 3 rbi's, or 3 hits, I'm buying 10 hot dogs to give out to the bleachers.
As you can see, Reed hit a bomb, which lead to 10 hot dogs, and then 3 rbis, which was another 10 hot dogs. Finally, in the bottom of the 8th, Reed threw my a ball on line to my CF seats. Completing the greatest karma day ever, I gave the ball to this kid as he left.
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