Archive for July 2010

Cubs In Haiku: Rockies 17, Cubs 2

Eleven straight hits Sets new MLB record While I was sleeping I consider myself lucky, since I fell asleep sometime during the seventh inning of Friday night’s game against the Rockies.  So while many of you have to live with the memory of every Rockies batter getting a hit after there were two outs in... Read more »

White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 9, Mariners 5

White Sox fans give backup catcher Ramon Castro a standing ovation after his second home run of the game. (Chris Sweda, Chicago Tribune / July 29, 2010) Home runs from Quentin Castro, Castro!!, Konerko Sox sweep Mariners   New magic number!! Let’s hope Sox don’t disappear It’s down to sixty

White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 6, Mariners 5

Comeback win for Sox And a comeback game for Jenks After poor outings The magic number? It has shrunk to sixty-one Just keep on winning

Cubs In Haiku: Astros 8, Cubs 1

Loss number thirty To Central Division foes With just nineteen wins Seventeen losses To two teams worse than the Cubs Pirates and Astros

White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 11, Mariners 0

Paul Konerko launches a solo homer in the second inning against the Mariners on Tuesday. (Chris Sweda, Chicago Tribune / July 27, 2010)   Sox sink Mariners Twelve hits, three of them home runs Shut out end result   Time to think playoffs? Magic number?  Sixty two Hello World Series?   

Cubs In Haiku: Astros 6, Cubs 1

Tribune photo by José M. Osorio Lilly screwed again His excellent performance Wasted by bullpen

Cubs In Haiku: Cubs 5, Astros 2

A unique Cubs win Theriot hits a home run His first in a year

White Sox in Haiku: White Sox 6, Mariners 1

Ah yes…..home cooking!! Konerko’s twenty-second Home run leads the way

White Sox in Haiku: Athletics 6, White Sox 4

Hudson no PeavyAs Sox lose to A’s again Let’s just get back home

Cubs in Haiku: Cardinals 4, Cubs 3

Open in Google Docs Viewer Open link in new tab Open link in new window Open link in new incognito window Download file Copy link address Edit PDF File on Tyler Colvin steals second in the 10th inning. (Tribune photo by Scott Strazzante) Sweep proves elusive Eleventh inning home run Cards eke out one... Read more »