Posts tagged "Chicago Cubs"

The Lee Elia Rant: 30 Years Later - Have We Learned Anything?

In what was probably the best rant from a baseball manager, regarding his team’s fanbase, former Cubs skipper Lee Elia let ‘er rip against the fans after a loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers on April 29, 1983. The Cubs, who were off to a slow start at the onset of the 1983 season (5... Read more »

Dooming Your Kids By Buying Them Sports Paraphernalia

When my wife and I were expecting our first child last year, I was told by multiple family members and friends that having a baby is one of the most wonderful joys and expensive investments you’ll ever make. Little did I realize the majority of the costs would be related to dressing her in team... Read more »

Cubs Top Buccos in Rubber Match Despite Shaky Marmol Ninth

Travis Wood (1-0) gave up one hit in six innings to help lead the Cubs (2-1) to a 3 to 2 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates (1-2) to take the first series of the season. Shawn Camp, James Russell and Kyuji Fujikawa came in to relieve Wood in the seventh and eighth innings, while Carlos... Read more »
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