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« Reply #50 on: September 28, 2012, 05:04:56 PM »

WRONG!

No team is stinky until it has been proved stinky.
I have got to go with Lusty Tar Heel on this one Terry.  The western winds blew the Cubs stank all the way from Arizona up to Chicago last Spring.  Whew it was about like the time I lived next to Scioto Downs.
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« Reply #51 on: September 28, 2012, 09:33:58 PM »

No your right they were with the team to start the season....But takes a partner to make a trade right?

Well, you obviously weren't, because you claimed they sucked before the season ever started as your excuse for not supporting them. I'm pleased to learn there are indeed fans more loyal than you.

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And stick your fair weather Cubs fan up your ass

No, you stick it up YOUR ass, fair weather Cubs fan who apparently gave up on them when their record was still 0-0, according to what you're posting here.

(Gad, what brilliant repartee' emanates from Cubs fans.  Roll Eyes )

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You are the baby already making excuses for your teams collapse  chicken

At least they didn't "collapse" in opening week, and in fact, they lasted two months longer than I thought they would, so good for them. I'm surprised they did as well as they did. Good for them, and unlike some others, they still don't have a big scarlet "E " by their name with just days to play. Nor will they end up with the 2nd worst record in all baseball.
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« Reply #52 on: September 29, 2012, 01:43:42 AM »

Win or Lose I think "The South Sider's" rounders win this season.

Adam Dunn earned his money, unlike last season.

Ozzie Guillen proved he's a douchebag in Florida.

Rounders issued solved. You're welcome. Let me know who wins the WORLD series.
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« Reply #53 on: September 29, 2012, 07:17:41 PM »

Awful quiet in here after the ace of the staff gets pummeled and only goes 3 innings.

4 hits in the stretch drive of a pennant race?

And only 26,000 "fair weather" fans on a beautiful sunny day in Chicago 
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« Reply #54 on: September 30, 2012, 06:33:10 PM »

Awful quiet in here after the ace of the staff gets pummeled and only goes 3 innings.

It's what happens when you spend a couple days in the mountains out of Internet range. But I'm back now!

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4 hits in the stretch drive of a pennant race?

Yes, indeed. Same stuff that's been happening all season long, and exactly why I've been going back and forth with AFP#1 about their chances all season long.

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And only 26,000 "fair weather" fans on a beautiful sunny day in Chicago.

So if they all went to just this ONE game, that's one more than the zero you went to when you decided before the season even started that your team was going to stink, right, ultra fair weather fan?
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« Reply #55 on: September 30, 2012, 06:56:17 PM »

Well Grizzly Adams, doesnt look like there will be any postseason baseball on the south side.

na na na na  na na na na  hey hey hey  goodbye
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« Reply #56 on: September 30, 2012, 07:07:31 PM »

Well Grizzly Adams, doesnt look like there will be any postseason baseball on the south side.

na na na na  na na na na  hey hey hey  goodbye

Even if there was, it wasn't going past the ALDS, so it's no real blow. The team just was never as good as the top teams in the league, had these weak hitting streaks all season, and a smoke and mirrors pitching staff. So they save us 100% of our money to apply to next year's tickets.

But at least they were "in it" up until the final week of the season, unlike the other team in town, that was totally out of it by June 1st. P.U. what smelly cheese being cut on the north side this year.  cheese
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