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He's a Great Book! with Ozzie Guillen -- Ozzie Says Goodbye from Dan Bulla on Vimeo.
I think "guffaw" is the correct description of my reaction to Ozzie throwing books at the speed pitch area in center field.
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dre beats |
12/21/2011 at 04:53 AM
The chances of the Cubbies nkiamg it to the playoffs decrease with each passing day. The confidence I have that the Cubbies will do well in the playoffs, should they make it there, also decreases every day. But that's not the end of the world.The Cubbies seem to do better when Alfonso gets hot (not likely this season), when Milton catches fire (not lately), when Geovany hits like a superstar (it's been almost a year), and when Aaron Miles hits like a banshee (I'm still waiting).The Ace in the Hole, if you will, is that the Cubbies seem to generate more offense when the 3 Effs Outfield plays (witness yesterday's game). My confidence also increases when Fox, Fuld and Fukudome start, and when Miles doesn't.But Lou's the manager and, if past performance is any indicator, he will probably start the guys who aren't hitting right now, thus dooming the season.The Cubbies don't owe me anything, but I'll continue to watch each game. I'll appreciate good pitching, I'll take note of good defense (or the lack thereof), and I'll have my eye out for good hitting, should it occur. I will focus on the little things which make baseball great.Enjoy the rest of the season.
03/22/2012 at 02:00 AM
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