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- Ep. 47: Anger and Bitterness Meet Joy and Smug-Life
In this episode things between Ryan and Jesse heat up quickly regarding the Cubs collapse the “luck” factor. Topics Include: Joe Maddon’s comments, Pythagorean Luck, Run Differential, Hader and Kimbrel, team construction, blowouts and 1 run games, Brewers back to more
- Ep. 46: Playoff Scenarios Brewers and Cubs, with Cardinal Toe Stubs (hopefully)
In this episode, Ryan and Jesse break down the scenarios for the Cubs and Brewers potential post-season runs. Topics Include: schedules, Wild Card scenarios, Braves, Dodgers, Nationals, Anthony Rendon, Rizzo, Moustakas, Brewers bullpen, Brent Suter, Cardinals, Goldschmidt, Dodger starters, Braves more
- Ep. 45: Knocked Down, Nicked Up, But Never Out – Brewers and Cubs Keep Fighting
In this episode, Jesse and Ryan mourn big losses but see plenty of hope for the Cubs’ and Brewers’ playoff chances. Topics Include: missing Christian Yelich and Javy Baez, Nico Hoerner, Craig Counsell, Joe Maddon, Yu Darvish dominant, Moustakas, Hiura more
- Details Make Brewers Devilish
In Friday’s game at Wrigley Field between the Brewers and Cubs, two rather benign plays stood out to me. Both involved a deeper dive into seemingly basic defense. These plays tell small stories in what wound up a 7-0 win more
- 2019 “Tweet of Anger and Dismay” Baseball Predictions
One recent spring day on twitter, I found myself in the midst of a kerfuffle. Totally surprising, I know. This particular exchange, however, forced me to do what I’m doing right now. Release an MLB league wide final standings prognostication, more
- How I Became a Cubs Fan: My Dad, WGN, Harry Caray, Ryne Sandberg and the 1980s
Not a fair-weather fan. I was born in 1980. The Cubs had a 64-98 record that year. At the time, relief pitcher Bruce Sutter was likely the Cubs best player (as well as future HOFer). Lee Smith was just getting more
90 miles: the distance between Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs, and Miller Park, home of the Milwaukee Brewers. Let the battle begin!