Tag Archives: Milton Bradley

Cubs, Sox Sweep LVPs

A pair of Chicago outfielders, now united for all eternity. Hilarious. [ESPN]

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He Could Be Heroes

Just for one season cut mercifully short. Ladies and gentlemen, Milton Bradley has solved all of our problems. [A.V. Chicago]

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The Inner Game of White Sox Baseball

Let’s be thankful for the mistake Carlos Quentin didn’t make, as the consequences would have surely been disastrous. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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Mirror Images

With a month to go, the Cubs and Sox are complete opposites doing the exact same thing. [A.V. Chicago]

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A Mile In Their Shoes

In which your editor tries to see things from the enemy’s perspective. Results may prove spiteful. And hilarious. [The Beachwood Reporter]

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Early and Often

Your guide to proper voting technique for the 2009 MLB All-Star Game. Ayn Rand would probably have something to say about this.

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The Anti-Pro-Chicago Conspiracy

Meet the new three-headed anti-White Sox monster, although for two of those heads it’s nothing personal.

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  • "A skeptic might suggest this season was one long victory lap, but I think it was more than that. It was a season of respect and appreciation, a lovefest. Winning changes everything, it seems, even losing."
    - Ted Cox, Chicago Reader, September 28, 2006