Friday, October 3, 2008

Let's Act Responsibly


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Even though they are now down 0-2, I hope the fans welcome the Brewers at home tomorrow night.
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Look at the Cubs fans. Their team just got pasted on consecutive nights at home, but their fans still showed their support. This guy was still yelling "Gooooooo" to Fukudome even though the Cubs were probably losing 10-3 when this picture was taken.
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I'm not going to boo - not even Corey Hart.

7 comments:

Wrigleyville said...

that's good, because according to someone at chuckie hacks corey hart is as good as alfonso soriano.

Been Cobra'd said...

I hate alfonso soriano. He has taken over my top spot for most hated MLB player. A spot that has been held by Chipper Jones for over a decade. In college guys would take the Braves (Sega Saturn World Series baseball) because they knew even with the bases loaded I was going to bean Chipper. I didn’t care, I hate that guy, but now not as much as soriano. So in conclusion I repeat I hate alfonso soriano.

ClownShipLollypop said...

Matt, I totally agree. As much as I wish Corey Hart would contract Ebola, Ricketts, Scurvy, Polio and The Bends now is not the time to boo anyone.

Don't be shit head fans.

(Ok, you can boo Jim Skaale... How was he not sent seaworthy with Yost?!)

marshalledwards said...

The perfect reaction to Corey Hart tomorrow would be crickets chirping. Loud cheering for everyone else, then nothing for that piece of junk.

Matt said...

That's not exactly correct, WV.

But thanks for reading.

Wrigleyville said...

Matt, 8/6/07, ignoring the fallacy of a snapshot in time:

"The Cubs lost Alfonso Soriano last night for 2-4 weeks with a strained quad.

That's a big blow. That would be like the Brewers losing....Corey Hart?

2007 Stats (Note that Hart has approximately 100 less at bats):

Soriano: .296 BA, 18 HR, 42 RBI, 18 SB, .511 Slugging, .336 OBP, 95 K's

Hart: .277 BA, 18 HR, 48 RBI, 17 SB, .512 Slugging, .347 OBP, 67 K's

Matt said...

Clearly, what I was saying was that as of July 6, 2007, Hart had been as good as Alfonso Soriano so far that season.

So you are not exactly correct.

Though they do both like to flail at the spinner down and away.