Game 61 Recap: Cubs 0, Pale Hosers 0, Rain 1
- ach mutti, es regnet.
- Ozzie Guillen is talking about rats.
- LouPa on Von Joshua: "He's got some work to do."
- LouPa is Not a Dragon.
- LouPa has enough problems handling the Chicago Cubs
- LouPa is not a specialist on steroids.
- LouPa wouldn't know a steroid from a reefer.
- Crunch wants to have Carlos's babies.
- we make No Cheaters take a pee-test.
- What are we apologizing for?
- LouPa's New Hat.
- Soriano is Leading Off!!
- LouPa Is Not:
- a member of Devo
- Ryno needs to change.
- and he should start with his haircut.
- Carlos wins at Gay Chicken.
Cubs record in games recapped on the new, functioning computer moves to 1 Rainout.
Unfortunately, Peralta is indeed an extreme flyball pitcher. Even when he was at his best (2011-14) he surrendered a lot of HR.
"is the wind blowing out or in?"
"get peralta up."
Joel Peralta was one of Maddon's bullpen guys in Tampa Bay.
Well there is no "You go, we go" without Fowler. The last week has showed how important he is to the Cubs.
I imagine the Cubs getting back on track once we get some DL players back, but hopefully sooner rather than later.
Well, there you have it. Bullpen fixed. Time to move onto the World Series.
I hope it is Jack Leathersich.
Hearing its Peralta....Joel Peralta? Ugh.
ERIC S: The way it was done (with no immediate corresponding roster move) makes it look disciplinary.
I guess Joe and Jedstein did not much care for Concepcion's bases clearing double yesterday - he's on his way back to Iowa per twitterverse. No corresponding call up announced yet.
Other than the NL East (Dusty!), not much cookin' on division races. I am fine with that.
I love winning! It's, like, better than losing?
You lollygag the ball around the infield. You lollygag your way down to first. You lollygag in and out of the dugout. You know what that makes you? Larry!
Its too bad Warren didnt get to pitch. He would have saved us.
Whoa -- that Contreras play in the 8th looked too much like a "Schwarber" -- nearly crashed into the wall going full speed, with Heyward doing the same.
New rule: if you are a catcher playing LF, and find yourself sprinting after a fly ball in the gap -- stop, let the CF go after it and get ready to play it off the wall.
Cubs have no spark and no life. Pretty boring to watch these days.