There’s a reason the Cubs are the Cubs. Failing to re-sign Greg Maddux, who took less money to play for … Continue reading Why isn’t Larry Himes universally recognized as the stupidest GM ever?
The playoffs are all but a done deal. Advancing past the first round will require: 1. JJ returning to form. … Continue reading Open thread, 8/22, Braves vs. Donald Rumsfelds
Very disappointing night at the Ted. It should’ve been all about the greatest team in Atlanta sports history and the … Continue reading So much for the warm fuzzies
Bobby Valentine raised an interesting point on the telecast tonight (I hated typing that): Why aren’t the Cubs shopping Marlon … Continue reading Someone tell Jim Hendry his team sucks
I can’t believe I’m rooting for Carlos Zambrano. Continue reading Let’s go Cubs!
In a recent interview with Chicago Magazine, Sammy Sosa commented on the fact that the Cubs have not retired his No. … Continue reading Tuffy Rhodes is more deserving
The Cubs badly need a left-handed power bat at first base, and Dunn is a fan of Wrigley Field and Cubs GM Jim Hendry, based … Continue reading What will be the next incredibly stupid move by the Lil’ Bears?
Sweet Lou’s parting gift? Perhaps the two worst innings of baseball I’ve ever witnessed. I kept expecting to see Chopper … Continue reading Dedicated to the Cubs
I’ve always had a soft spot for the Sox, in spite of their owner, Jerry “94 Strike” Reinsdorf. On the … Continue reading Enter the Pale Hose
Jim Belushi, as a Cubs fan, in an early 90s “comedy” named after a Bachman-Turner Overdrive song. I believe this … Continue reading Movie Hell
I was obnoxious yesterday, I admit, but Cubs fans must be silenced and the wave, stopped. It’s my backyard, not … Continue reading Mocking Cubs fans
I just got back from Turner Field, interviewing early arrivals for the local organ. One piece of advice: wear shorts. … Continue reading Live from The Ted
Thom is to Marty as Chip is to Skip. And that has nothing to do with genealogy. Continue reading And now, a word about our Opening Day opponent
Good teams are strong up in the middle, deep in the ‘pen and balanced offensively. That’s three strikes against the … Continue reading The Lil’ Bears will be little threat
Random observations about the year that was and thoughts on 2010: Play of the year: Former Brave DeWayne Wise preserves … Continue reading What was and will be
Bobby doesn’t usually make news in his columns for Chop Talk, but this excerpt caught my eye: Even though he … Continue reading It’s Heyward’s job to lose
A good chant to drown out those obnoxious Cubs fans. Hey Braves management, why not help us out with some … Continue reading “19-08”
Best. Tirade. Ever. Continue reading Lee Elia rules
American Voices Tribune Media Files For Bankruptcy “I guess their strategy of benching Ronny Cedeno so he could write all … Continue reading Onion du jour