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  • Ubiquitous
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    Lilly no hitter through 1

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  • chitownkid21
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    oh that game was so sweet and I got to watch the 9th inning and that was it because my freaking mlb extra innings from freaking comcast thought the game was postponed today so it wasn't shown, and then the website says it will be on wgn but there playing afv, guh seriously when it becomes my choice I'm moving back up to chicago

    but still dude, go Big Z that was amazing especially against a team as hot as the Astros, if our pitching plays like this during October we're unstoppable

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  • rockin500
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    whoo hoo! what a performance!

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  • Chunga
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    me thinks some october magic is starting to brew. Go BIZ Z!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • nightotter
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    no hitter! no hitter! Carlos Zambrano pitches a no hitter!
    Last edited by nightotter; 09-14-2008, 07:23 PM.

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  • nightotter
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    ooh man, a no hitter into the 9th...

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  • Chunga
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    Originally posted by Ubiquitous View Post
    Zambrano has a no-hitter through 5.
    now through 8. GO BIG Z!!!!

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  • rockin500
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    Originally posted by Ubiquitous View Post
    It looks like by the end of tonight the Brewers will have fallen into a tie for the wild card.

    So right now it is looking like either the Cubs will play LA in the first round or Philly. Don't really know which of the two is a better matchup right now. LA looks like a new team with Manny in the lineup and the Philles always play the Cubs tough.
    yeah, im kinda shocked the brewers are looking THIS bad. as long as the cubs keep plugging away, i think they will be fine in the end no matter whom they match up with.

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  • Ubiquitous
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    Zambrano has a no-hitter through 5.

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  • Ubiquitous
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    Originally posted by rockin500 View Post
    two teams are coming out of the central.
    It looks like by the end of tonight the Brewers will have fallen into a tie for the wild card.

    So right now it is looking like either the Cubs will play LA in the first round or Philly. Don't really know which of the two is a better matchup right now. LA looks like a new team with Manny in the lineup and the Philles always play the Cubs tough.

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  • rockin500
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    Originally posted by Ubiquitous View Post
    Through all these trials and tribulations of the past two weeks the Cubs are basically right where they started before all this and have a lead that is pretty darn close to being equal to their biggest lead of the season.

    Before the swoon the Cubs got to 6.5 games and now they have a 5.5 game lead.
    its always nice when the competition (minus the astros) swoon with you

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  • Ubiquitous
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    Through all these trials and tribulations of the past two weeks the Cubs are basically right where they started before all this and have a lead that is pretty darn close to being equal to their biggest lead of the season.

    Before the swoon the Cubs got to 6.5 games and now they have a 5.5 game lead.

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  • sopclod
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    Another tight rope act by Wood last night. Has he been hanging around with Randy Myers?

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  • sopclod
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    Originally posted by cubmanjay View Post
    I watched the Cubs lose yesterday afternoon. I was astounded to see the error was changed to a hit. Although Kerry Wood gave up the winning hit, he did his job and induced the ground ball for what should have been a double play.

    Is it just me or was that a home field ruling by the official scorekeeper?
    You know what, when things aren't going your way it seems like it, but I don't know if perception really matches reality. I mean, if we're up by 7 runs in that situation, you probably don't even notice it. Or if there's a bad call that allows the other team to score, but then you get 5 runs the next half inning, it's forgotten.

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  • RBi
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    With the season coming to an end... our magic number to clinch a playoff spot is down to 9. To clinch the division our magic number is 13.

    This time 2 weeks ago I expected to clinch this week. But well being 2-8 in the last 10 games... sorta messed that up.

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