A pose rarely seen outside of poorly-drawn comic books.
Well, that didn't take long, did it? After a day of the Cubs sending Steve and myself and heaven knows who else e-mails about how there were great seats available (never a good sign this early) for Starlin Castro's Wrigley debut, I'm guessing they may be regretting publicizing that fact. How was Castro's Wrigley debut? The exact opposite of his MLB debut - 3 errors (should have been four), no hits, and the loss of Wrigley's fickle crowd. Ouch - let's hope that he's gotten used to the Dominican Republic equivalent of drunk jackasses from Winnetka booing you.
Good ... something?
You know who didn't do terribly? Ted Lilly. He's still not bad to 100 percent (or 90 percent), he gave up one of those poorly-timed Ted Lilly homers, and that steal of home in the 7th was horrific, but there was progress. Hell, we should have won the damn game. It's just too bad that we've got to play offense to win, because that shit ain't happening. The only good performer last night was Alfonso Soriano
THE ONLY GOOD PERFORMER LAST NIGHT WAS ALFONSO SORIANO. BWA HA HA HA. TEE HEE. SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!
Sorry, no TV and no beer make John something something.
Tonight Randy Wells goes up against the Fish. What happened with him last time around? Oh, right. Well, shit.