Cubs’ second baseman and bat-flipper extraordinaire, Javy Baez, needed to be restrained by his teammates in the locker room after getting into an altercation with a mirror when his reflection looked at him the wrong way.
“I guess it’s cool to tell people I pitch for a Major League team, but I feel like a lot of people don’t even know the White Sox are still around,” said Rondon as he stared longingly at the Charlotte Knights Facebook page on his laptop.
Reason 1 -- He dominated the scouting combine! Sure, it was 3 years ago, but did you SEE how he destroyed the 2015 scouting combine? He had a 4.35 40-yard dash time, and had 23 reps on the bench press. You cannot argue with these measurables, and this guy is DEFINITELY poised to have a breakout season.
Filled with snapback-wearing Chads and Brads who unironically say “dilly dilly” before each Old Style, the Wrigley Field bleachers have been officially recognized as a fraternity. Going by the Greek letters of Kappa Upsilon Beta, the Wrigley bleachers will participate in rigorous hazing of its prospective members by forcing them to watch a Ken Harrelson-led […]
After Scott Foster, the 36-year-old Oak Park accountant who had never played in the NHL, came into last Thursday's game as an emergency goalie for a rare Blackhawks win, Joel Quenneville has announced the team's decision to make some drastic changes at goal.