That’s It, Blame the BallYes, Cubs’ fans, it’s the ball’s fault. You might as well skip the death threats and go straight to the lynching. Imploding, whatever.
Forget the poor fan, and never mind Kerry Wood; just string up the damn baseball. As if being born in Haiti isn’t enough.
Course, if the Cubs could actually beat an expansion team, and maybe sacrifice a base-runner instead of a base-ball occasionally, we might be able to waste this conversation on something a tad less pathetic.
In 1969, Chicago choked it over to the Miracle Mets. 1984 was the year Leon Durham and the Cubs handed a pennant to the San Diego Padres. The San Diego Padres! And last year of course, the Florida Marlins.
When it comes right down to it though, the best way to stop losing is to stop acting like losers. Lovable losers are still losers, OK. It’s time for an attitude adjustment. There are no curses to defy, with or without explosives. Gravity yes, curses no…
Visa problems. They’re everywhere you want to be…
Mike Montgomery is the Bobby Cox of college basketball. Look for another premature exit for the Cardinal…
Bob Vila is a five-tool player…
Let’s hear it for Paul Lo Duca’s beefing up in the weight room this offseason. It worked for Brian Downing big time, so why not Lo Duca? Now, if Jim Tracy would just throw in a day off periodically, his catcher might last the season…
I have no idea if Barry Bonds is now or ever was a steroid user. But
where Mark McGwire stepped up and publicly quit taking creatine supplements
for all the right reasons, Bonds came forward and said he used them,
as if to say, “Not steroids, Andro.” Just andro…
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