Question of the Week Joe and I must have both had the same flavor of pop tarts for breakfast this morning because he posted the question that I was going to ask. You know, the one about whether you like it better this way or would prefer going down to the wire but still not getting into the playoffs. So instead, I’ll ask that you chime in with your favorite flavor of pop tarts! Brown Sugar Cinnamon for me, and now they have a “high fiber” variety. We’re not as young as we used to be you know! Have a […]
Trivia Question of the Day Q: Since 1990, twelve pitchers in MLB have had 20 win seasons that included 200+ K’s. Can you name them? (Remember, no Google searches) Discussion Question of the Day Q: It appears that the Cubs have been out of it for the last week or two, but many have continued to hold out hope. Would you rather have the team come down to the wire and NOT make the playoffs OR have them out by the end of the August? I’d rather see the latter so I can focus on football, but that’s just me. […]
Another Cubs game has passed. On Tuesday I’m about to fly to San Francisco, we’re going to see the Cubs and Giants on Thursday and Friday nights. Joe has done a great job of spicing up this site with some awesome trivia, man do I like a positive attitude! And that is Joe Aiello – despite some issues with the ballclub he’s testing my mind with some good trivia. Thanks pal! This has not been an easy season insofar as watching Cubs baseball – I look forward to watching each Cub game like I do an upcoming sigmoidoscope examination. Milton […]
Ok, my last trivia question lasted all of about an hour. Here’s a tougher one for you. Q: Since 1990, ten Cubs who qualified for the batting title have had 50 or less strikeouts in a season. Name them.
Since 2000 (including 2009), the Cubs have seen a player that qualifies for the batting title hit at least .300 on 10 occasions. Can you name the players? Hint: It’s been done by a total of five players. Answer will be revealed as they’re guessed in the comment section.