https://anchor.fm/krausencast/embed/episodes/Northside-Krausencast-Episode-6-emekp9 The four asswholes discuss the awesomeness of the universal DH, Jose Abreau’s MVP, the robbery of Yu Darvish’s Cy Young award, the prospects for the 2021 Cubs, what makes a Cubs fan favorite, and the laws governing the importation of sheeps’ lungs for the purposes of making haggis.
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While the season ended sooner than we would have liked, it did indeed end. So now there’s nothing left but to hand out report cards for the players of each team. We’re continuing this series today with the Cubs catchers. Victor Caratini (241/333/328, 0,2fWAR) Vic the Stick turned back into Vic Rattlehead in 2020, following […]
So, I didn’t watch any of the game last night due to a previous engagement. But, apparently, it went swimmingly. The Cubs reduced their magic number to 1 to win the division. The Cubs scored a bunch of runs by hitting some home runs (fucking finally). They also pitched really well. The White Sox didn’t. […]
The Cubs managed to salvage the final game of the weekend series with the White Sox behind another dominant performance by Yu Darvish. The Sox winning streak ends at 7 games. The Good This is getting predictable. Darvish went 7IP. 10Ks. 1BB. He induced 26! swinging strikes out of his 103 pitches. 73 of those […]
The Chicago Cubs and Milwaukee Brewers squared off tonight in the second game of their four game series in Wrigley Field. The big news out of the Cubs clubhouse was scheduled starter Tyler Chatwood being scratched with mid-back tightness, so Alec Mills would have to step in against Brewers ace Brandon Woodruff. How did it […]
Tonight the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians had one of those “The game starts at quitting time so I will remember to sign off at 5” starts to conclude their two-game series at Progressive Field. It featured Kyle Hendricks against Carlos Carrasco, who was injured and did not pitch in the 2016 postseason – which […]