June 10, 2008
Bush League Times
Got an email a few weeks back from Jay, the sole writer at Bush League Times, who kindly requested admission to the CBA. I've been giving his Cubs blog a look-see every once in a while and it's definitely up to the task. Go see for yourself.
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Here's what he has to say for himself:
I guess the reason that I’m starting this site is because I just got fed up with the coverage of the Cubs in the newspapers and local radio. I’m convinced that Jay Mariotti only writes with the intention to annoy his readers. Barry Rozner has also recently started to piss me off with all of his Soriano bashing. Mike Murphy, for being the self-proclaimed “biggest Cubs fan,” is one of the most annoying people on the radio. This is pretty much my forum to call B.S. on the craptastic coverage that lands on my doorstep every day.
Jay has a fairly well developed sense of humor. I think my favorite part of his site is the following graphic he's worked up in response to Paul Sullivan's picks from earlier.
Alrighty then... Tonight, the Cubs return from a west coast road trip to play tonight. Yeah. I'll be at the game... in a skybox. :^)
Jay's blog seems good, but if I can't subscribe via RSS, I won't be able ot make it past the blog enough.
Posted by: Dave at June 11, 2008 8:49 AM
Hi, I like the site you have here. Soriano's hot hitting in the past month has been a big part of the Cubs' run. Where do you think they'd be in the Central standings without him?
I'd like to exchange links with you. If you'd like to add my site to your list I will do the same. Thanks
Posted by: Pete at June 11, 2008 11:32 AM
No Kidding. It amazes me at how few journalists in this city have the die hard passion that so many fans feel for the team.
Posted by: Steve at June 23, 2008 11:20 PM
Very funny stuff. He's dead on with Rozner and Rosenbloom, I can't stand those guys either. I will be checking in on this often. Keep up the good work!
Posted by: Matt at June 25, 2008 8:37 AM