I'm not giving up yet! (although if Nomar hits another first pitch pop up, I might!)gkmo62u said:The curse for both the red sox and cubs will not end this year.
Absolutely. Wood is pitching tonight, and he's almost been doing better than Prior in this series. The Cubs are going to kick some ass.NHPlanner said:I'm not giving up yet! (although if Nomar hits another first pitch pop up, I might!)
Bounce back day today for both the sox and cubs......
el Guapo may not know it, but he's right about the bad taste in clothes, IMO. What is up with the blue Small Bears jerseys and the black Fish jerseys? Yechh.el Guapo said:It’s a FREAKING GAME played by pampered assholes with mega-salaries and bad taste in clothes.
Maybe some mystery muscle ailment (ala Tim Hudson) will strike Pettite tonight.Seabishop said:I hope the pitching matchup isn't as bad for the Red Sox as it seems on paper. I don't ever remember the Sox hitting well against Pettitte so I don't think they're going to come alive tonight. We'll just have to take him out with a well timed brawl.
Who would've thought we'd be longing for Wakefield to pitch everyday?
I am pessimistic and I've got 8 hours to come up with a good coping mechanism.
Seabishop I'm glad to say you are a faithless idiot. (Can you write ad hominem attacks about yourself?) The beer was for celebration not depression. If the Sox make the World Series they should purposely lose the first 3 games.Seabishop said:I am pessimistic and I've got 8 hours to come up with a good coping mechanism.
LOL....I missed the end of the game because of a Planning Board meeting....fortunately, 2 Board members had family calling their cell phones with updates.Seabishop said:Seabishop I'm glad to say you are a faithless idiot. (Can you write ad hominem attacks about yourself?) The beer was for celebration not depression. If the Sox make the World Series they should purposely lose the first 3 games.
The Cubs set up their own independent ticket brokerage (read: scalping) agency. The agency would buy Cub tix at face value from the Cubs, and then sell them at a way-marked-up value like scalpers would. Earlier this summer it was found out that the employees of the brokerage agency were Cub or Tribune employees, too. The Tribune Co. owns the Cubs.Mike D. said:Please elaborate on this. I haven't heard this before.
No, Baker couldn't screw it up last night. Wood just didn't have his best stuff and the Marlins played loose and stayed loose.RichmondJake said:I didn't see the game last night -- community meeting for our comp plan update. Did Baker make any blunders with the pitching staff?? And I agree, the fan didn't blow it. Cubs had plenty of other opportunities.
I think it's pretty likely that the CPD would let that happen, seeing as how he lives in Northbrook and they don't have jurisdiction there.Budgie said:Can anyone confirm reports that the Chicago PD was letting bystanders deficate and urinate on Steve Bartman's front porch?