Zambrano pitching A ball. The guy threw a no-hitter against the MLB Houston Astros about a year ago and yet I’ll bet that won’t happen in the innings Z gets in A ball. Isn’t that bizarre? Same guy who can no-hit an MLB team could potentially struggle in an A ball game. Sure, he’s there to rehab, but still. When you’re the Cubs’ staff ace, you’ve started five straight opening days and you’ve no-hit the Astros, you should destroy in A ball. He won’t though and most don’t. Bizarre.
I’m just looking forward to having him back and healthy. Anyone else tired of Gregg’s dramatic turn this year? Anyone else feel like giving Guzman the eighth and Marmol the ninth? I certainly wouldn’t mind and it would be fine if they didn’t sooner rather than later considering now is crunch time. Which makes me wonder who is going to step up this last month and half to make up the 4.5 games we need to pick up to grab a share of the division lead. Sori? Bradley? Lee? Will Soto ever wake up? Will Fontenot start again at second base or has Baker stolen the starting spot from co-Mr. LSU double play combo Fontenot? Did Felix Pie’s hitting for the cycle make anyone miss him? Probably not. Is Lou really on the hot seat or are sports writers just trying to sell papers? Probably the latter.
Just some thoughts on a rainy PPD of a day. That and of course, let’s keep the heckling of the opposing players to simply that. And of course, on-line in blogs such as this one. Ballpark beer is too expensive to waste on a bum like Victorino and doesn’t put Cubs fans in a very good light. Glad the guy apologized and stepped up in taking responsibility for his actions. Throwing anything at an opponent is uncalled for. Especially a cup of $8.00 beer. Anyway, take advantage of the PPD and spend the time you would’ve spent watching the game checking out the rest of the site and requesting your very own Prosecard. For more info on what that is, read the next couple posts. Go Cubs Go!