Posted On 18 Aug 2011 By Bad Kermit. Under: The Top 79.
As good as John Smoltz was throughout the course of his 21-season MLB career, he'll always be remembered for being even better in the playoffs. Specifically, for Game 7 of the 1991 World Series, during which only a superhuman effort from Jack Morris led to a Minnesota Twins victory over Smoltz's Atlanta Braves. The game is regarded as ... Read More
Posted On 17 Mar 2010 By Bad Kermit. Under: Ex-Cubs, The Top 79.
Ed. Note: When I'm long gone from this world and tales are told of what I did to make a difference in this life, no one will have an answer that doesn't, at some point, use the phrase "dick joke." Whether I leave a legacy in the expanding world of penis jokes or not, though, I certainly don't ... Read More
Posted On 26 Mar 2009 By Bad Kermit. Under: The Top 79.
I'm going to be honest here. Ryan Klesko didn't particularly kill the Cubs any more than he did any other team. He didn't rise to the occasion against Cub pitching. He didn't perform well in Wrigley Field. In fact, Klesko was actually worse against the Cubs than his career averages suggest he should have been. ... Read More
Posted On 12 Aug 2008 By Bad Kermit. Under: Broadcasters & Journalists.
This may have already been discussed in the Shoutbox while I was recovering from the rooftop game, but I'm pretty sure not one, but two Sons of Jim Essian got questions into this week's Muskbag. Meaning it's the greatest Muskbag ever. Shall we? Could you please enlighten me as to what a suspended game is? I thought the Cubs ... Read More