Don't tell me to hold my horses.
Don't tell me to be cautious and ohhh, he's just a rookie and all that.
I've been waiting a billion years for this to start, and it happens to be Javier Baez who came up first and started to make The Change really happen.
As a card carrying Cub Fan, I am allowed to rejoice in the few moments worth rejoicing.
And 2 jomers (I did that j thing on purpose) from Javy Baez in just his 3rd game makes me say gimme some of that rejoicing NOW.
From the ESPN recap: "The Cubs' 21-year-old prized prospect became the first MLB player with three homers in his first three games since Joe Cunningham in 1954."
Okay, so I'm doing the Cub Dance.
Not only for Javy, but young Kyle Hendricks is kinda freaking me out.
After the explosion of Rocky runs the day before, which reminded you of what isn't just possible but kind of the norm way up in CO, it was amazing to see Hendricks go 8 in 107 pitches and hold the Rox to just 2 runs.
I feel nothing but optimism.
So rejoice brothers and sisters - the upcoming period in Cubs History should be the most fun we've ever had as fans.
Oh yeah, The Double Javy.
How come that rolls off the tongue so smoothly?