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Monthly Archive: May 2005

Monday

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May 2005

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Dodger Thinkings

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I hate the west coast trip more than anything in baseball. It has only gotten worse since moving to the east coast. Now, games begin at 10pm. Luckily, tonight’s game was on ESPN and started at 8. So, due to the early start, I am awake enough to put a few coherent thoughts on the site. Here are the thinkings from last night’s win. One of the most important things for the Cubs to focus on is jumping out in front early. Too many times this year, they have let the opposing pitcher settle into a groove and that has […]

Monday

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May 2005

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Don’t Blame Len and Bob

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This year, I have been reading the WGN Blog off and on. It’s kind of hard to forget about it, seeing as they mention it at least 5 times every broadcast. If they do not have the most hits in the CBA, I don’t think there is any hope for them. What has bugged me recently is the idiot readers they have. It’s either completely clueless girls who complain that Len and Bob are picking on poor, innocent bat boys, who just so happen to be the equipment manager. Or, it’s comments like the following: Len and Bob, I don’t […]

Monday

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May 2005

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Saturday

28

May 2005

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Game Season Over

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Well, I held out as long as I could but after yesterday’s injury to Mark Prior, I’m officially giving up on the Cubs season. And to think, I almost made it to June this year. I’m sure some people are thinking that it’s nuts to give up before Memorial Day, while others gave up 2 weeks ago, but the truth is, until yesterday when I looked at this team, I saw good starting pitching, a flawed offense and a bad bullpen. While the offense and bullpen could have been improved through trade, Prior’s injury is most devastating because he’s irreplaceable. […]

Saturday

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May 2005

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