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Windy City Walleye Hunter

Sweet Lou.....Ready to Explode ALREADY!

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Windy City Walleye Hunter

Geno,

It's only April 13th and the Cubbies have already worked their magic on Sweet Lou. I guess when his #1 stud goes in the toilet for 6 runs and tanks the game it is time to vent a little. First it's the reporters, taking any bets on when he goes after the umps??? How about a Cubbie pool, pick a date when Lou sends one of Wiggly Fields bases hurling towards the vines??? April, May ????

Windy

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LOTWSvirgin

windy you seem to know a bit about baseball but you still havent told me who the greatest pitcher to not a cy young is

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genegodawa

Somehow I knew Windy would be attacking me/my team today.

Yeah, they came from ahead to lose. I don't blame Lou. It's about time he showed some fire in the belly.

I'm starting to think that Ohman is pitching his way right into oblivion.

Windy, give us back Aardsma, please.

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maros91

April 12th and sweet Lou is already calling out his ace. Zambrano is a dominate pitcher who walks a lot of batters. As far as Lou hurling bases into the vines, I am going to pick the middle of July when it is hot and humid and they are getting beat a lot to a little.

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Windy City Walleye Hunter

Aardsma???

What about Big Jon??

18 wins each of last two seasons!!

Windy

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genegodawa

F-L-U-K-E!

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