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  • Mild Sauce
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    Originally posted by Iowanic View Post
    Cubbies win, 2-0. We're now 1-3. We've got the rest of the division right where we want them...
    I prefer the actual mark of 1-2, but hey, I assume that's what you meant. Anyway, you're right on the money, everyone's within a game. Being a Bulls diehard, it makes things way too similar.

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  • Mild Sauce
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    Originally posted by Ace Venom View Post
    Lou mismanaged the bullpen tonight. This game was winnable.
    I agree on that game, I thought he should've let Dempster go another inning and then brought in Marshall, but at the same time, who knows if things would've wound up better that way.

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  • Iowanic
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    Cubbies win, 2-0. We're now 1-3. We've got the rest of the division right where we want them...

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  • Iowanic
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    Byrd pecks Atlanta from a HR. Cubs; 2-0.

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  • Iowanic
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    Cubs wiggle their way out of a fix: Ramirez does some of that defence stuff. Still 1-0.

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  • Iowanic
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    Cubbies up 1-0, in the early going. Colvin with his 1st major league hr.

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  • rockin500
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    Originally posted by Ace Venom View Post
    Lou mismanaged the bullpen tonight. This game was winnable.
    it was, but a little more offense would be nice. they had chances to tack on runs.

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  • stejay
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    Originally posted by Ace Venom View Post
    Lou mismanaged the bullpen tonight. This game was winnable.
    wasnt impressed last night...need to get a lot better if they are gonna ever challenge the NL Central this year

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  • Ace Venom
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    Lou mismanaged the bullpen tonight. This game was winnable.

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  • Mild Sauce
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    There's still 161 games left in the season, so I'm still optimistic right now.

    As for Heyward, he might win the MVP within a few years, that guy is amazingly strong.

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  • stejay
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    Originally posted by The Splendid Splinter View Post
    Yeah when he's 30 and Pujols has finally retired...
    Pujols won't win MVP past the age of 36, so he will be 26 hah

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  • The Splendid Splinter
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    Originally posted by stejay View Post
    Heyward is future MVP of the league
    Yeah when he's 30 and Pujols has finally retired...

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  • stejay
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    Heyward is future MVP of the league

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  • Francoeurstein
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    How about that Heyward?

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  • nightotter
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    although I am not completely sure what we have on the field and it's potential, we are better than yesterdays games.

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