Geovany Soto is going to get on base and hit the baseball hard.
Chicago Code isn't a very good show, but I'll probably still watch it forever.
And while I'm talking about it, the fictional White Sox fan cop called Cubs fan cop "Ron Santo" for saying he preferred 12-inch softball to 16-inch softball. But Ronnie played 16-inch softball. So I guess the White Sox cop fan's character is pretty realistic.
Why did the mother pig kick the three little pigs out to go build their own houses? They're little pigs.
I still miss Ron Santo.
Starlin Castro is going to be exciting to watch play baseball.
Also: errors shmerrors.
Tyler Colvin is probably better than I think.
Spring training still means nothing.
Randy Wells is in the starting rotation. He's in.
Carlos Silva has something to prove. I hope for his sake he's at least as good at proving things as Matt Damon was in Good Will Hunting.
Also, Carlos, if Andrew Cashner asks you if you like apples, don't answer.
Kerry Wood is a Chicago Cub.
Mark Prior is a New York Yankee. His stat line so far in spring training, which, I know, means nothing, says he wants to remain a New York Yankee.
|ERA: 0.00, 3 G, 3.0 IP, 1 H, O R, 1 BB, 4 SO, WHIP 0.67|
This Cubs team is not going to surprise a lot of people because too many people are saying they're going to surprise a lot of people. You people suck at surprises.
Mike Quade is an interesting fellow.
April 1 can't get here soon enough.