Tim Anderson is a future MVP I think. And he Plays with such joy. Good days coming.
The South-Siders launched six bombs last night - six - and destroyed my Cubbies 10-1. Better result tonight, I hope.
My White Sox, and Lucas Giolito, pick up a brilliant no hitter. I do love the sport, it sure can be beautiful. Hope you were watching @umiami91!
I guess the Nat’s could use Lucas and the other pitchers they gave away for Eaton now. That trade turned out to be completely one sided.
A good night.
Tigers 7 Cubs 1… !!
Tigers 7 Cubs 6… ! Maybe things are starting to look up in Detroit
I’ve announced to my entire Chicago family that I’m rooting for a Cubs
/White Sox World Series. Big deal if you knew me. It would be good for lots of reasons…
The Sox and the North Siders are both sitting atop their divisions.
“Fall” springs eternal?
Good times for sure.
I used to root for the Miami Marlins (when?)
Baseball can be so beautiful. I’ve watched Eloy Jimenez hit the game winning 3 run home run last night, for my White Sox, several times now. He is challenged in the field, I guess getting better, but has a beautiful swing…and those red batting gloves make it fun to watch his hands move through the strike zone.
What a day for North Siders! A no-no from a no name starter with a 66 mph curve ball who looks like a bespectacled bookworm… plus … 12 run offense. That on top of yesterdays rally in the 9th. I’d say the Cubs have woken up again. Wow!! Gotta find me a high res download of Go Cubs Go for my rig.
Go Cubs Gooo, Go Cubs Gooo …!!!
Rooting for a Red Line World Series. What a huge morale booster it would be for a city that needs it. And somebody gets a ticker tape parade Chicago-style whoever wins. October is gonna be fun.
Even though I’m a Tigers fan, a White Sox/Cubs World Series would be cool… Even though we won in 1984 I’m still a little miffed that the Cubs let the Padres off the hook and didn’t make it in 1984
That series was a nightmare for this Cubs fan.
And the tigers shredded the padres in a 5 game sweep.
The AL Central thanks Ron Gardenhire for a great career.