One hundred wins.
Ryan Dempster isn't in the top 500 on the all-time list yet, but some time next year he ought to pass Steve Stone at 107 career Ws and 8 wins'll tie him with Cub legend Orval Overall.
Orval won 2 games for the Cubs in the 1908 World Series.
Anyway, a nice day to reflect on a great pitcher and a great guy on and off the field who will be here hopefully thru 2012, his option year.
And his 100th W came against the Brewers, a team that can never seem to beat him. He went 7 innings, gave up 3 dinky hits (none to Fielder or Braun) and a run total of zeeeero. Xavier Nady hit one out off Randy Wolf for the only run and the Cubs win 1 - nothin'.
And before that game Notre Dame lost to Michigan, who's qb ran and passed for FIVE HUNDRED AND TWO YARDS and scored 3 TDs. Remember the name Denard Robinson.
I'm sure you're all interested to know that the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks suffered their annual massacre vs. Arizona State, losing 20 - 41.
Meanwhile across town the Sox story gets worse as they lose to the Royals at the same time Jim Thome hits a heroic 12th inning homer for the Twins, who pull to 6 games in front of the Sox.
A fisherman named Steve Wozniak caught his 1000th species of fish. How in the world would a guy have the time and cash to travel literally everywhere to accomplish a feat like that?
Maybe because Wozniak co-founded a company called Apple with Steve Jobs and helped change the world.
Hmm, what else?
Welcome to NFL Sunday, folks.
It'll be channel-flipping time when the Bears start at noon vs Detroit, and the Cubs vs Brewers at 1:10.