‘Stormin’ Norman’, ‘Been here before’, the universe’s missing atoms, and other bullets
Last time, we shuffled off to Chicago for two, and Cub Tracks upped the ante following a Cubs victory. Tonight, after some underhanded-seeming shenanigans and too much Stephen Strasburg, the Cubs caravan travels to Washington, DC, where the next game will be played.
Ian Happ was gonna catch that if it stayed in. Man, is my heart heavy. But I believe in our guys like Carl Edwards, Jr, believes. Let’s get it done, that’s all I have to say. The scribes may have more. Read all about it! As always * means autoplay on™ (directions to remove for Firefox and Chrome).
Today in baseball history:
- 1907 – At Detroit’s Bennett Park, right-hander Mordecai ‘Three Finger’ Brown throws a 2-0 shutout, beating the Tigers to capture the World Championship for the Cubs. Although Game 1 ended in a 3-3, 12-inning tie, Chicago became the first club to sweep a Fall Classic when the team won the next four games.