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These Ladies Dressed As Wayne And Garth From ‘Wayne’s World’ Are The Best Thing To Happen To The Cubs All Year
Particular props for the attention to detail. I remember when Garth wore that really low cut top and then Aerosmith came over.
So here we are outside of Wrigley Field on Aug. 16, where the Cubs have just beaten the Cardinals 7-0. This St. Louis fan is mad (for unknown reasons) and drunk (naturally) and in the mood to fight. Unfortunately, the fight is mostly with his own equilibrium.
Javier Baez, a Chicago Cubs prospect playing for the Class-A Daytona Cubs, went four-for-four on Monday night, homering each time.
It was a game in which you needed a lighthouse and a compass to find your way around the bases — the fog was that bad at Wrigley Field today. But eventually it dissipated and the Reds wo … oh my God, a dead body! Nobody leaves the park!
Jason Heyward owners are frustrated, and are preparing to rise up and take over the government by force. That’s either the plot of the new movie White House Down, or the lead topic of RotoExperts’ Mike Cardano’s fantasy baseball roundup. Heyward is on a tear, having raised his batting average 40 points this week. Of course he’s still hitting just .185, but you should probably buy him if you get the chance.
It’s in the unwritten rules of the Wrigley Field bleachers. If a husband spills beer on a wife while protecting her from a batted ball, the wife then has the right to intentionally pour her beer on her husband’s head.
Survival Of The Fittest: Darwin Barney Awkwardly Pursues A Foul Ball All The Way Into A Bullpen Bench
Some pop-ups aren’t meant to be caught. Apparently Gold Glove second basemen Darwin Barney doesn’t think so, as he clearly throws caution to the wind and barrels into a public park-style bench in the Cubs bullpen. Given the way he closed his eyes just before the moment of impact, he’s lucky he didn’t dislocate/break/lose/burn something.