How nice was Sunday?
Beautiful day to turn on the radio and hang in the sun and do... nothin'.
But I guess on Monday it's back to the mission.
There is nothing to like about the New York Mets.
I understand Lou's taking the high road and will play his starters for the integrity of the game.
I agree with this thinking except when it comes to Carlos and Mr. Harden.
I'd say pitch count them conservatively, but of course Lou's the man and whatever he wants to do will be fine with me.
It took me a couple years of living in Chicago before this zombie comparison hit me.
Just seems so true.
Until the Cubs do the unmentionable, we all just wander the city like the living dead, waiting to be set free.
This year, however, I kinda feel like there's a little extra bounce in my zombie walk.
Like maybe there's a light at the end of my casket.
Take yesterday's zombie-snack for instance.
The Triple A Cubs beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-1, with Ryan Dempster getting his 17th win and the Cubs getting their 55th home victory - the most since 1935.
They need one more win to guarantee themselves home field advantage through the NL playoffs.
There are 7 games to go in the regular season, and they need one more win to guarantee themselves home field advantage through the NL playoffs?
Don't you feel sorta... alive?