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Former Notre Dame wide receiver and pitcher Jeff Samardzija got the Chicago Cubs off to a good start Monday. The Cubs opening day pitcher went eight innings without giving up a run. He had nine strikeouts and Chicago beat Pittsburgh 3-1.
This post was edited by Dan Murphy 12 months ago
Go Cubs solid win today!
Being a Pirate fan i was no fan of him today,lol. But he pitched well.
Two time Poster of The Week, 2011 and 2013.
I'd say thats a pretty solid outing. Shark !!!!!!!!!! He must be love the fact that Zib is in Chitown with him now -
Good things happen when the Cubbies win on opening day. They might be playing in October this year
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I wish he was their #2 starter. I have tickets to tomorrow nights game and was hoping to see him. Ohh well.. Go Cubbies.
This post was edited by DakotaEcho 12 months ago
GOD..COUNTRY..NOTRE DAME... THEN HUNTING
i sure hope so!
First time since 2009 they won the opener. Won it in 2003, 04, and 05. 04 and 05 didn't amount to much but 2003 sure was something to see. That damn Bartman..........
Oh, I wanted to downvote you so bad Being a White Sox fan, I was having a hard time wanting them to win yesterday. I finally decided as long as he does well, it's ok. They will lose plenty. I guess it's ok for him to do well.
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What about the error on the double play ball, and the collapse of the pitching? My opinion, Bartman had zero influence on the game. He had every right to go for the ball, and he wasn't the only person in the crowd doing so. Alou really should have controlled himself better than he did. I believe his behavior helped work up the crowd against Bartman.
The Billygoat and Bartman killed all hope that night
only clueless people bring up bartman as a reason the cubs lost
to the marlins. and seeing how bartman had to be escorted out of wrigley
field, it was the only time in my life i was embarrassed to be a cub fan.
Thanks buddy!! +1 for educating my clueless ass!
no problem. and thanks was not necessary.
+1 for being such a humble douche
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