On Cats, Anxiety, and the Houston Astros By: David Temple Verne is not a terribly… good cat. She’s not even all that cute. She doesn’t do much beyond sleep, yell at nothing in particular (she’s deaf as a stone), and occasionally pee on my bed when I’m at work. Oh, and she drools―all the time….
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Role players who fill the Cubs’ six lineup spots around Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo have come up big in the second half.
An anecdotal assessment of Mark Trumbo’s defensive skill, and a breakdown of where Shohei Otani won’t go.
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Today offers a selection of players who actually weren’t bad, but also somehow never good enough.
Suggesting an alternative line of nicknames for the Washington Nationals, and the latest adventures of Brooks Pounders, PI.
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Tigers general manager Al Avila sends Justin Wilson and his son, Alex Avila, to the suddenly red hot Cubs.
Colorado picks up bullpen help in Pat Neshek, Washington calls up Andrew Stevenson, and Minnesota unloads one of the old regime’s mistakes.
Brooks Pounders is on the case, Tyler with the Cubs tackles another missing person, and Rob Manfred hatches an exciting business opportunity.