Panic on the streets of Chicago.
Panic on the streets of Wrigleyville.
I wonder to myself.
Could life ever be sane again?
No blessed DJ who constantly fills the airwaves with "Go Cubs Go!" should feel safe walking North Side streets.
The Cubs, inching their way to another year of World Series futility, are quickly losing pace behind the punchless Cardinals and surprising Reds in the NL Central. Three games under .500, their seesaw performance has squelched fan optimism and transformed Lou Piniella into an expletive-spewing Santa Claus. And it's not even June.
Several reasons dominate Chicago's disparaging play. Terrible middle relief, defensive miscues (Soriano!!!) and an occasionally slumberous offense are just a few. But one individual deserves far more heat for the organization's latest demise –Read More »from Lames: Aramis Ramirez, fantasy's uncharming man