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Bleacher Bums Forum / Re: Cubs in '20
« Last post by Bennett on September 20, 2020, 07:07:08 pm »
The season is saved

Chicago Cubs   @Cubs  1h
The #Cubs today recalled OF/INF José Martínez from the club’s South Bend Alternate Site and optioned LHP Josh Osich to South Bend.
Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Around the NFL
« Last post by Dave23 on September 20, 2020, 07:02:07 pm »
The onside kick at the end of the Falcons/Cowboys game was laughable.

The Falcons treated the ball as if it was covered with smallpox.

They are clowns, and deserved to lose after that.
Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Today's Game 2020
« Last post by Dave23 on September 20, 2020, 06:58:46 pm »
Butker is the best in the league. It’s not close.
Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Today's Game 2020
« Last post by Pekin on September 20, 2020, 06:46:01 pm »
Chiefs kicker kicks three 50+ yard field goals in a row due to a penalty and a time out.  Two of them 58 yards.

I wish we had a decent FG kicker.
Bleacher Bums Forum / Re: Today's Game 2020
« Last post by dogstoothe on September 20, 2020, 06:37:57 pm »
Bryant with a base hit, 2 out, Schwarber up, batting 192, well now less than that.
Bleacher Bums Forum / Re: Around Baseball
« Last post by Deeg on September 20, 2020, 06:28:46 pm »
I take the Cubs rotation over the White Sox. Darvish and Hendricks are better than Giolito and Keuchel. I’d take Dunning over Mills. Lester, Quintana, Alzolay over Cease.

I still take the Cubs bullpen over the White Sox, although Wick getting hurt makes it a harder choice.

Rizzo, Bryant, Baez, Schwarber are certainly struggling at the plate this year and the White Sox are hot. If your talking this season sure. Long term I think this is the best case scenario for the White Sox.

Alzolay over Cease? Was this posted by a parody account?
Chicago Bears Forum / Re: Politics, Religion, etc.
« Last post by otto105 on September 20, 2020, 06:19:00 pm »
Cultboy peke

Your not normal when it comes to political position. You’re far far right on the fringe of reality.

My senate prediction in 2018 was that the Democratic Party would hold all the seats in a election which favored republics. They wound up losing one seat.

My 2018 House prediction was Dems +36, they won 42.

If my current prediction of 353-185 in the 2020 is far out of line...why does it match the right leaning RCP map?

It’s you who thinks trump will win in a landslide and that makes you out of touch.
Bleacher Bums Forum / Re: Around Baseball
« Last post by method on September 20, 2020, 06:18:43 pm »
Lets say this year and next two years.

C- This year, sox. Next year push or slight + for Cubs.
1b - I'm partial but i say Abreu for all. but reality is it will be andrew vaughn at 1b and abreu at DH.
2b - Madrigal looks great and horner is a gamer, we can call it a push right now.
3b - I'll take moncada over bryant for now and next few years due to production/defense/actual cost of the player. moncada has a very team friendly contract for 4 more years.
SS - TA, due to contract and bat.
LF - Eloy.
CF - Robert.
RF - for now cubs, but if Grandal is forced to DH more, its likely andrew vaughn is tried out in RF, he's already getting reps there in Schamburg.

SP 1 - Darvish is **** awesome. however, he's older and loses his "feel" often. Giolitto is younger, and he's a stud himself.
SP 2 - I'd say its a push.
SP 3 - Dunning over lester
SP 4 - Cease, his walks are a problem but none of the players you mentioned other then mills has his upsode, age or cost control on his side. esp when considering the next 2 years.
SP 5 - Wsox. likely a FA signing.

Bullpen - This is where it gets fun. The Sox have done an excellent job putting a fantastic bullpen together. i'm not a fan of Colome but he's making it work with smoke and mirrors. Adding Crochet to the BP I think gives the edge to the Sox.
Bleacher Bums Forum / Re: Around Baseball
« Last post by Chris27 on September 20, 2020, 06:03:27 pm »
Jimenez and Robert will both get better. What young Cubs will get better?
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