Monday, April 30, 2012

The Good, Bad, and Ugly

The Good: Cubs Baseball
Matt Garza was dominant on Sunday, pitching
7 innings of one hit, shutout baseball.
The Cubs took two of three from the Phillies over the weekend, and they have a chance to make it three out of four tonight.  They began the series on Friday by beating Roy Halladay, lost on Saturday, then won yesterday.  Chris Volstad has a tall task ahead of him though.  Despite their not-so-good start, it’s still the Phillies, and Volstad is 0-4 in his career against the Phightin’ Phils.  Plus, Vance Worley is coming off of a win over the Diamondbacks in which he gave up just one run over six innings.

The Bad: Derrick Rose’s Knee
“Pop” went Derrick’s knee.  “Pop” went the Bulls’ championship hopes bubble.  ‘Nuff said.  See this for more.

The Ugly: Rajon Rondo
No, this doesn’t mean that Rajon Rondo is an ugly human being…just his overall demeanor on the basketball court.  A few weeks ago he was suspended two games for throwing…no…chucking the ball at an official.  Then last night he was T’d up for arguing, then T’d and tossed for bumping the official.  His postgame explanation of what happened might be more despicable.

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