Monthly Archives: April 2010

Notes on Z Move

Nothing like playing the Brewers to get the Cubs back on track, yesterdays 12-2 thrashing capped off a most enjoyable sweep of the Beer Boys. Taking notes around the Cubs blogosphere the move of Big Z to the bullpen has…

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Goin’ to Z Pen

Earlier today when I said Ted Lilly’s return will move one of the Cubs “solid and experienced arms…to the pen”, I thought it would be Gorzelanny. Now we see that arm is Big Z’s; this is certainly an interesting move…

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4 Ugly Ones

This Cubs four game skid has been unpleasant to say the least…Bottom line is, these guys need to score more runs. Yes, I am a master of the obvious! Without going into the reasons why the team isn’t hitting or…

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Tale of Two Home Openers

In my blog about the regular season opening last week I said this: “The young kids in the (Cubs) pen will be some of the most interesting players to watch as we move though the early phase of the season”….

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Cubs on 1 game win streak

How many of you got off the ledge after yesterdays Cubs win? It’s amazing what one nice victory can do for a person’s psyche. After the first two opening losses of the season I did some reading in the Cubs…

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Earth Moving and Opening Day

I was over at my mom’s house yesterday for Easter dinner, while some of us were standing around munching some appetizers and chatting I noticed her chandelier was swinging from side to side. The sliding glass door was open but…

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Shuttin’ Down the Rocks

Soriano goes yard in Cubs winBOS Photos by John Antonoff The Cubs closed out their home portion of the 2010 spring schedule with a 2-0 shutout of the Colorado Rockies. The 2 runs came courtesy of an Alfonso Soriano homer…

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No Chance of Rain Today

Looking out from the BOS broadcasting tower here in Mesa all I can see is blue sky and weather.com now has us at a 20 percent chance of rain…I’ll go one better, we have a ZERO percent chance of rain…

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