Thursday, April 06, 2006

#2 Starter

All I can say is, Wood and Prior cannot get back soon enough. Glendon Rusch gave new meaning to the term "Number Two Starter" in the Cubs' 8-6 loss to the Cincinnati Reds. He managed to give up a homerun to Reds pitcher, Bronson Arroyo, who had never hit a homerun before he faced the G-unit. Infact, before Wednesday, Arroyo had barely hit anything at all. He had a total of 4 hits in 55 career at bats, with a .077 batting average and 33 strikeouts. His last hit was on Oct. 2, 2001.

Go #2!


Anonymous Cubfandan'smom said...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perfectly put, my man.
I'm so damn tired of Glendon. Will someone tell Dusty that Rusch has never won a Cy Young, so stop putting him out there like he HAS?

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