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A Long September

A Long September
I’m not very old, but I’m old enough to be open about the fact that I really can’t stand Counting Crows and not worry about what others think. Also, I pretended to like U2 a heck of a lot more in college than I actually did. It feels good to finally come clean about that.... Read more »

Out with the Old, In with the New?

Out with the Old, In with the New?
Some may have been surprised to hear news over the weekend that Starlin Castro would no longer be in the starting lineup for the Cubs. Others, not so much. Castro’s lingering struggles have finally forced the Cubs to face an issue they have seen coming for awhile: there’s to much talent in the infield. Of... Read more »

Learning From Oscar Taveras' Mistake

Learning From Oscar Taveras' Mistake
Everyone knows the Cubs/Cardinals series always gets mean and dirty, but the rivalry is forgotten when tragedy strikes. A game simply becomes meaningless when a team loses one of its players to an unfortunate tragedy. Circumstances such as those serve as stark reminders to fans and athletes alike that no one is invincible. Cardinals outfielder... Read more »
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Six Reasons Why Last Night’s Game Was the Strangest of the Year

Six Reasons Why Last Night’s Game Was the Strangest of the Year
A lot is being said about last night’s Cubs victory over the Cardinals, the completion of a day night doubleheader sweep. During the game, several strange things happened; ghostly things by my estimation. Wrigley has been known to be a spooky place, haunted by the baseball gods and the ghost of baseball past and present.... Read more »

Comerica Park: A Must-See Stadium For Baseball Fans

Comerica Park: A Must-See Stadium For Baseball Fans
A Cubs fan, a Tigers fan and a Pirates fan went to Comerica Park. No, this isn’t the beginning of a joke. This is what happened about two weeks ago when I saw the Cubs take on the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. After spending a few days in suburban Detroit visiting my cousin, Michael,... Read more »