I’m tired of watching a good team lose. Someone has to be to blame, and that someone is Joe Maddon.
I’m not happy and this is not a lollipop post.
With the All Star Break looming after today’s game, let’s take a break from talking about the Cubs and look at a bigger issue in baseball that will affect them down the road. Apologies to all of the parenthesis that got abused here.
Kris Bryant had himself a day as he single handedly took the Cubs to victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. With that, are the Cubs taking this season serious? Do they want to make trades or not? Maddon has his own type of thinking, which has been seen constantly, but maybe he is not helping the cause of why this season has gone so terribly wrong.
Thursday morning I woke up, let my dog Rizzo out, and sat down at my desk in my home office to start working at about 6:30am CT. I had a work phone call at 1pm CT and planned to spend my lunch hour on the treadmill in our bonus room watching the first hour of the Cubs game before getting back to work for the rest of the day with the game on the radio. I was looking forward to it because it’s been a while since I last wrote a post here. It quickly became not very enjoyable. I […]