Category Archives: Cubs

1984 World Series Re-Imagined: Game 6

What if Leon Durham hadn’t booted that ball? What if Lee Smith hadn’t let Steve Garvey take him deep? What if the Chicago Cubs had actually won the 1984 National League Championship Series against the San Diego Padres? We’re re-imagining the 1984 World Series through the use of the APBA Pro Baseball Game, with the […]

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1984 World Series Re-Imagined: Game 5

What if Leon Durham hadn’t booted that ball? What if Lee Smith hadn’t let Steve Garvey take him deep? What if the Chicago Cubs had actually won the 1984 National League Championship Series against the San Diego Padres? We’re re-imagining the 1984 World Series through the use of the APBA Pro Baseball Game, with the […]

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1984 World Series Re-Imagined: Game 4

What if Leon Durham hadn’t booted that ball? What if Lee Smith hadn’t let Steve Garvey take him deep? What if the Chicago Cubs had actually won the 1984 National League Championship Series against the San Diego Padres? We’re re-imagining the 1984 World Series through the use of the APBA Pro Baseball Game, with the […]

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1984 World Series Re-Imagined: Game 3

What if Leon Durham hadn’t booted that ball? What if Lee Smith hadn’t let Steve Garvey take him deep? What if the Chicago Cubs had actually won the 1984 National League Championship Series against the San Diego Padres? We’re re-imagining the 1984 World Series through the use of the APBA Pro Baseball Game, with the […]

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1984 World Series Re-Imagined: Game 2

What if Leon Durham hadn’t booted that ball? What if Lee Smith hadn’t let Steve Garvey take him deep? What if the Chicago Cubs had actually won the 1984 National League Championship Series against the San Diego Padres? We’re re-imagining the 1984 World Series through the use of the APBA Pro Baseball Game, with the […]

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1984 World Series Re-Imagined: Game 1

What if Leon Durham hadn’t booted that ball? What if Lee Smith hadn’t let Steve Garvey take him deep? What if the Chicago Cubs had actually won the 1984 National League Championship Series against the San Diego Padres? We’re re-imagining the 1984 World Series through the use of the APBA Pro Baseball Game, with the […]

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So How’d That Work Out For You, Genius?

With the year just days away from its end, let’s look at how I did on my 10 Predictions for 2010 from back in January: 1. The USA will advance to the second round of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. – They did. Thank you, Landon Donovan 2. The USA’s game against England […]

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At Least They Actually Came Right Out And Said It…

I took the Packers to task not long ago for saying with a straight face that they needed to raise ticket prices by $10 or $11 to remain competitive. I said I’d have more respect for them if they’d just come out and say “We know you’ll pay it, so we’d be stupid not to1.” […]

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To Be Fair, He Didn’t Say Which Year

Milton Bradley, July 12, 2009: “When I tell you I’m back, I’m back. You can mark it down. I’m going to be hitting for the rest of the year.” Milton Bradley, since the All-Star Break: 2 for 13 (.154), 1 run, 1 walk, 4 strikeouts.

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One Of Many Reasons I Am No Longer A Cubs Fan

Because Alfonso Soriano doesn’t get it, and Lou Piniella won’t do anything about it. Soriano plans to make himself the leadoff hitter that he longs to be and the one Cub fans will love by…no, not by getting on base more…not by striking out less…not by hitting in the clutch…. By stealing more bases. Yeah, […]

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