Monthly Archives: July 2014

Rosenthal to Cubs: The Price is Right…Now!


Ken Rosenthal thinks Price would look good in a Cubs uniform. I do too, if for different reasons, and strategy than him. The ask would be key piece of information, as to how to get both Price, who seems to … Continue reading

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New York, New York: The Big Apple Needs A Big SS Name Castro


Recent reports out of the East Village shows interest in 24-yr. old SS Starlin Castro, the 3-time All Star, 3-4WAR player of the Cubs in his good seasons. According to John Harper, NY Daily News: “Neither team is going anywhere … Continue reading

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July 4th: What Patriotism Means for Me


I wrote this Presidential, Inaugural-like address several seasons ago. It was a different time and place for me, and so, I reshare it because I think it speaks to the holiday and to our nation and my pride in it. … Continue reading

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Jake Arrieta: Breaking Balls Are Now His Friends


  A picture or two is worth a thousand words (See below the 3 graphs). Jake Arrieta has always been blessed with a power arm (94-96MPH) that oozed potential. In Baltimore, he teased towards being that guy, but never could … Continue reading

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