Interruptable Power Source
|Mark Prior, RHP
9-4, 3.66 ERA
140/41 K/BB, 21 HR in 125 1./3 IP
|John Thomson, RHP|
8-2, 2.63 ERA
64/45 K/BB, 10 HR in 92 1/3 IP
|SS #Rafael Furcal||LF *Matt Lawton|
|2B Marcus Giles||2B *Todd Walker|
|3B #Larry W. Jones||1B Derrek Lee|
|CF Andruw Jones||3B Aramis Ramirez|
|1B Julio Franco||RF *Jeromy Burnitz|
|RF Jeff Francoeur||SS Neifi Perez|
|LF *Ryan Langerhans||CF *Corey Patterson|
|C *Brian McCann||C Henry Blanco|
|P Jorge Sosa||P Mark Prior|
If Travis' back-to-back-to-back walks cost Hendricks the ERA title, that would really suck.
Edit: "A lifeless loss to a lousy Sox team."
This place is a real downer after a loss to the Sox.
I expect they will go 5-9 games above .500 the rest of the year. 96-98 wins will win the Division.
They should have one more 2-3 week hot streak in them.
- They have one reliable starting pitcher. Jake's magic is gone, and it doesn't look like it's coming back. Lester has been lousy recently. Lackey's ERA goes up every time he pitches.
- Heyward has been dead weight all year. I can't remember a single series where he was a significant offensive contributor. Not one. Great defense, but but if he were hitting .270 with 10 HR and played average defense, the Cubs would be better off.
new rule...no one's allowed to throw k.bryant a changeup
.500 the rest of the way still may win the division though.
...i hate espn.
oh, at least they're doing split screen now...i guess.
I'm liking this rookie Nathan.
Richard DFA'd. Meh...
Throwbacks with fashionable cutouts would be a nice touch.
If it was 1 night later, Chapman would be out there and we probably would be going to extras.
I'm with you, Rob. You pretty much summed up how I feel about it.