I'll be out at the park today. I expect Cubs fans to be getting a little smug about their barely .500 team going for the sweep, so let me get this out of my system now.
One World Series to none over the last century. And we didn't even exist for 30 years of that time. Till that changes, as far as I'm concerned we have bragging rights.
And the only curse your team has is incredibly poor management and player development for decades on end.
And have fun with Soriano when he's an unplayable albatross earning $18 million at age 38.
And Harry Caray was a clown. So is Santo (who also does not belong in the Hall of Fame, not by a long shot).
And Moises Alou wasn't going to catch that ball anyway. And even if he had, it's not Bartman's fault that the team folded like a house of cards after.
And Wrigley Field is a great place to see a game, if you don't mind a stadium full of yuppies talking on their Blackberries and not watching the game.
And at least we know there's nothing lovable about losing.