Monthly Archives: June 2014

Mom, Baseball, and Apple Pie: A Life Story

My mother passed away 3 years ago today. She was everything moms are, and to me, much more. Mom gave her time and energies to many worthy causes, just not usually the named ones, or the visible, or noteable problems … Continue reading

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A Cubs Quandary: Parting Ways With Talent, part 1

  The current Cubs season does not seem headed for any playoffs despite receiving standout performances again from a couple of starting pitchers. The oft mentioned for trade, Jeff Samardzija, is pitching as the ace (20th in fWAR, xFIP 3.27), finally, dreamt … Continue reading

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