Every Opening Day brings with it hope, for it indeed springs eternal on this day perhaps more than most. Hope had lost one hundred eight years in a row. With 88M people in the United States in 1908, as of 18 months ago, only 400 remained. As of last October, all of that changed. Continue reading Opening Day
God, I love baseball. I know these days most people don’t. Its popularity is so far behind football that it’s … Continue reading I Love Baseball
Taylor had his mind on other things besides watching the AFC and NFC Championship Games. Peyton & company and Cam … Continue reading Super Bowl Preview 1
Down 2-0 to the Mets, I could hang my head. But I won’t. Instead, I reminisce about how I felt … Continue reading “Go Cubs Go” 10/7 Times
Maybe Taylor knew the Cubs would lose. This video was from Thursday, the day after the Cubbies beat the Pirates … Continue reading Cubs Lose
Reminiscing about the Cubs victory last night, while sitting on my balcony this morning with the sun shining its vibrant … Continue reading Savoring a Cubs Win. Eating an Omelette.
For many reasons, 1985 bothers me. While so many great things happened (I shaved for the first time, and as … Continue reading 2013 Dodgers/Cardinals NLCS. Down 2-0 Again… 1981 Revisited?
On 21 February 2013, I proudly announced, “so you heard it here first! The Cubs will win the World Series … Continue reading The Chicago Cubs… The Season That Was That Coulda Been…