If You Can't Laugh at Yourself

Last one, I promise...

 

courtesty of the folks at ESPN 2 and thanks to 10man for the link.

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That's hillarious. Is any of it real or all foto shop?

They photoshopped the whole page together.

it could be worse...we could be the stock market.

not true. the stock market has performed better over the last 100 years.

well-played, sir.

i dont know where they sell goat meat in japan, but im sure gonna try and git me sum.

baa-aa-aa!!

Swing by Manila. We have an oversupply over here.

Nect time you're in Chicago you can get goat meat at the live poultry store on Western just north of Devon. Halal too!

I hear it tastes really gamey.

I love these. At least some of us can laugh at ourselves. I'm surrounded by humorless Reds fans who immediately want to throw down with anyone who dare ridicules their team.
There's no way around it;the Cubs choked.

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  • not sure it could be any better, but he gives up a lot on defense...so who knows? Soler's peripherals and inevitable warm weather makes me think he'll get it going soon. Sadly, the D will still suck.

    Baez at 3B with Bryant in OF is looking more and more like the lineup we'll see in Sept/Oct, but again, who knows? I'm not too overwhelmed by Baez's AB's, still looks to be swinging out his ass, but he seems to be making more contact. But a .385 BABIP will not hold...although he should be launching a few more...but damn that D.

  • Yes! Why clog 'em up?!

    Hopefully Hendricks will hit all his spots tomorrow.

    Or, Joe Ross has a really off night.

  • OMG, he had a tough inning of his own doing!!! If only he walked all those hitters on base instead, we could be spared your delusions of 250 IP and consecutive CY Young awards.

    There's a little going on here, that is being made into a lot by you.

    Didn't WISCGRAD already debunk all this last year, certainly ignored by you, but I believe he went through every instance a runner was on base against Lester and how little it ended up mattering. And unlike you, I do not care to repeat myself ad nauseum.

  • ...yet...it's a thing that would happen if there were less 4-5 out innings...like a certain 30-pitch inning he had a couple starts ago. let's not let "good enough" be a stopping point when it could be better. it's a negative aspect of his game no matter how much melt-in-your-mouth-not-your-hand sugar coating one can pour over it.

    this is a game of maximizing advantages and striving to prevent bad situations...no matter how much you come out on the other side smelling like roses.

  • he's 8th in innings pitched in baseball this year and has thrown over 200 innings in 7 of the last 8 seasons. He finished 21st in MLB in IP, 9th in the NL . Plus, going to your bullpen has a much different meaning in baseball the last few years anyway...

    You're looking for a one percentage increase in performance from a guy already outperforming the league by 25-30%. Might as well ask be asking Anthony Rizzo to steal more bases.

  • In honor of playing Dusty tomorrow he's just clogging the bases.

  • ...or he might have more innings under his belt to be very effective in his starts before going to the pen...among other things.

  • Wilson Contreras today for Iowa: 0-for-0 with 2 runs scored. 4 BB.

  • Ross has a 0.79 ERA and 0.97 WHIP. He has a pretty low K rate but he has a ridiculously low hard hit % and no HRS off him yet.

  • Small man gonna small.

  • Wow.

  • Imagine if Schwarber was healthy.

  • J.Zimmermann with a 695 at the moment, Arrieta is second at 495. Ross apparently hasn't qualified yet with just 4 starts and 22 IP fwiw.

  • Cubs Foe Tomorrow -

    The Cubs are facing young Joe Ross tomorrow night for the Nats.

    He has an ERA+ of 542. NOT a typo.

    I don't think I have seen that recently...

  • http://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-cubs-start-is-even-more-dominant...

    as if you hadn't noticed, but the Cubs are dominating baseball at the moment at a level that has not been seen too often in baseball history.

  • if only he could throw a ball to first base, he might have a negative ERA and the Cubs would be undefeated.