Open thread.


7 Responses to “Open thread.”

  1. erniesarmy Says:

    Cubs lose to Colorado 11-5, three errors, and a whole lot of clowns trying to disguise themselves as baseball players.

    Ha! Can’t fool us, we can see those lovable losers a mile away.

  2. chucky Says:


    I don’t think these losers are very lovable. At least not any more. 5 runs, 17 hits. WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?!?!!!

  3. erniesarmy Says:

    Yup, you are so right, Chucky. They are not “lovable” they are PATHETIC LOSERS!!!!!



  4. Matt Stairs Superfan Says:

    Erniesarmy and I have agreed a few months back that this team will finish in 4th place.

    If anybody wants to jump on the 4th place bandwagon, feel free to do so.

    I think that is a fair statement to make. Unless of course you are a sheeple.

    This is for the people who make the schedule every year…Please make sure our losers of a club only play Cincinnati and Washington. That is the only way they will win.

  5. ksmc2000 Says:

    chucky, having the lowest batting average in the league with RISP will only get you five runs from a 17 hit game. This team doesn’t know the meaning of “clutch”.

    I saw that Lou got a little worked up over a call at 2b and got tossed. He was more animated than I’ve seen him in quite a while. But it wasn’t the best run-in with an umpire on Sunday. During the Phillies/Marlins game, the Phillies pitcher got squeezed on a borderline pitch. The home plate umpire noticed CF Shane Victorino waving his arms over his head in disgust and was thrown out of the game from over 300 feet away from the play. He charged in all the way from his position to argue the call when he bumped the umpire. This goes under the category: just when you thought you’d seen it all.

  6. genrebuster Says:

    Monday Haiku:

    Lovable losers
    Disgusting and PATHETIC
    Throw out the garbage

  7. robert Says:

    and you wonder why this team plays with no heart

    As worked up as Piniella was during the extended display of outrage, he was calm and collected by the time the game ended, though he didn’t have much comment on the Cubs’ play after his ouster.

    “I took a nap,” Piniella said. “I didn’t watch the whole game. Usually when I get thrown out, I let my bench coach manage.”


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