Posts tagged "Yankees"

Kippah In Haiku: A-Rod's Yarmukle?

Kippah In Haiku: A-Rod's Yarmukle?
For some Yankees fans A kippah signed by A-Rod Could be appealing   But they might prefer To bid on a yarmulke Signed by Ibañez     Was A-Rod autographing Jewish ritual garb in the dugout as he watched Raul Ibañez win Wednesday’s game for the Yankees? I just received email notification from my favorite... Read more »

Cubs In Haiku: Yankees 10, Cubs 4

Alfonso Soriano and Reed Johnson looking for the RBI double hit by Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez during the ninth inning (Tribune photo by Nuccio DiNuzzo) The Cubs were winning Until suddenly they weren’t And then it got worse A three run Alfonso Soriano home run gave the Cubs a 4-1 lead in the third inning on... Read more »

Cubs In Haiku: Yankees 4, Cubs 3

Geovany Soto reacts in the dugout after grounding into a double play in the 9th inning (Tribune photo by Chris Sweda) It was a close game But Cubs came up one run short In typical style Although the Cubs lost on Saturday, it was another exciting game.  The Yankees managed to get an insurance run... Read more »

Cubs In Haiku: Cubs 3, Yankees 1

Doug Davis acknowledges the fans ovation after getting lifted in the 8th (Tribune photo by Phil Velsquez) Davis has strong start Three Cubs run enough to win  Quite unexpected Doug Davis got his first win in a Cubs uniform after a performance that surprised Cubs fans as much as it surprised the Yankees.  We were... Read more »

Split Series in Haiku: White Sox 2, Yankees 2

Promising series Ends with complete debacle As Sox lose last two How do you win games When your team just cannot hit?Answer is… don’t!!

Cubs In Haiku: Cubs 10, Dodgers 8

Ted Lilly returned to Wrigley Field on Saturday, but left the game in the fifth after giving up five runs to his former team. (Tribune photo by Brian Cassella)  The Cubs continue Perfect mediocrity Major league record The Cubs set a Major League record on Saturday, surpassing the mark previously set by the Yankess and... Read more »

White Sox in Haiku: Yankees 2, White Sox 1

No. 35 retired (José M. Osorio, Chicago Tribune / August 29, 2010) Frank Thomas waves after addressing the crowd following his ceremony. Floyd pitches great game But the offense disappearsOn the Big Hurt’s Day

White Sox in Haiku: Yankees 12, White Sox 9

(Nuccio DiNuzzo, Chicago Tribune / August 28, 2010) Starting pitcher John Danks reacts after giving up a two-run homer to Marcus Thames during the third inning. This loss “offensive” Teams combined for thirty hits Seven were home runs

White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 9, Yankees 4

Bears’ Richard Dent, Bulls’ Jerry Reinsdorf, White Sox’s Mark Buehrle and Blackhawks’ Joel Quenneville stand by their respective franchise’s championship trophies. (Scott Strazzante, Chicago Tribune / August 27, 2010) Sox pound the YankeesAs Championship Trophies Have us all dreaming!

Obituaries In Haiku: George Steinbrenner

George Steinbrenner dead Baseball icon will be missed Love him or hate him