What we learned
from City Series, Part One:
is good on triples until 2013.
Pierzynski is good on
(bleeping) off teammates until then, too.
an Interleague Hall-of-Famer.
at-bats with a veteran’s game-savvy.
It only took homers
in consecutive games for the Cubs to start intentionally walking
field well even if he’s hitting horribly.
Sometimes not even the Hubble Telescope
can determine where
to bunt in the late innings of the last two losses, but refused to force a bad fielding
team to make plays.
in a big situation late, it’s a matter of handedness -- the manager’s hamhandedness.
The Cubs continue to live by the old baseball adage
of playing for tie at home and playing for the loss on the road.
to want more, but not more than that.
The less mature team
won two of three.
of meditation thing he does in the bullpen.
Sergio Santos has some kind
of nasty stuff he does on the mound.
The Cubs defend the squeeze
as badly as the Sox defend the stolen base.
Neither team can play the field