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April 1, 2008

April Fools on the CBA

Happy April Fools day, folks!

The Cub Reporter - presented by Motorola - Rob G. even sent out a press release for this one, and my first reaction was unbelief. I suppose I wasn't thinking about the day, and my only thoughts were: What could Motorola possibly gain by sponsoring a Cubs blog.

Barry Bonds signs with the Cubs at Cubs Hub. This news was a little more welcome. Even though I was well aware of the unlikely nature of the news, I still popped over to Cubs.com to check it out. The scary thing: I was kind of hoping it was true.

And then the hoax that wasn't. Kurt really thinks the Cubs are going to win 120 games this year. Deadspin thought it was funny enough that they linked to it.

And I'll close with a good one that CubsNet linked to from OnMilwaukee.com

Posted by Byron at April 1, 2008 6:18 PM | Bookmark and Share

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