Archer-y, Ambassador Hawk, big splashes, and other bullets
Previously, Cub Tracks considered its condition, and its condition was in. The Hot Stove gave us a wink, then it showed us the freezer. Ooh the pain.
If this keeps up, we’ll have to re-employ Moldy and Scowler, or maybe the Agents of Field, to track down some signable free agents or a wayward GM in search of a fair trade or a pre-existing condition.
THEN what will we do with the conceptual continuity, let alone the Cub Tracks continuum? Maybe this is the point where we start making up the news…wait for it…
…nah, not this time.
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Today in baseball history:
The legendary Ted Williams shares his secrets to hitting. pic.twitter.com/w40jOtZdwX
— Baseball Quotes (@BaseballQuotes1) January 5, 2018
1933 – Kenesaw Mountain Landis, in a move seen as a precursor of all salaries being reduced during the depression years, voluntarily cuts his pay by forty percent. In 1920, the Millville, Ohio native accepted the offer to become the game’s first commissioner for seven years at an annual salary of …Read the Rest
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