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Old Apr 13th 2007, 9:37 pm
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I couldn't follow the game all the way through, as I can only listen to the game while I'm in the car delivering my pizzas and the radio in the store can't pick up AM stations very well. I heard the first inning when the Cubs went to the 2-0 lead, and then my boss (who was driving today) said they were up 3-0. Then about an hour or so later, I take a drive, it's the bottom of the fifth, and the Cubs are down 6-5! I didn't know what happened until I heard the post game wrap and the details of the fifth inning. I can't believe how the Cubs can't get one measly run in five innings after scoring five in the first four! I was thinking when I heard a snip of Lou's tirade in the pressroom that if the Cubs keep losing as they do, he'll quit by the end of April.
I'm missed it, Lou's tirade included that if this continues he'll quit by the end of April? He hasn't seen anything yet!! As I was driving today after viewing this game, I thought about what Lou might be thinking of what Dusty went through. Not that I think DB was a great manager, it's just that what happened in the game was bad enough for Lou to maybe have some sympathy for Dusty.
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I'm missed it, Lou's tirade included that if this continues he'll quit by the end of April? He hasn't seen anything yet!! As I was driving today after viewing this game, I thought about what Lou might be thinking of what Dusty went through. Not that I think DB was a great manager, it's just that what happened in the game was bad enough for Lou to maybe have some sympathy for Dusty.
The cut I'm talking about was when a reporter asked Lou what he thought went wrong during the game, he snapped back, "What do you think went wrong? You saw the damn game!"
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That was the dumbest question any of those reporters could've asked! I would've said the same thing and "what do you think, sherlock?" The media is getting annoyingly out of hand, and I think it's about time Lou showed them who's boss.
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That was the dumbest question any of those reporters could've asked! I would've said the same thing and "what do you think, sherlock?" The media is getting annoyingly out of hand, and I think it's about time Lou showed them who's boss.
What you said made sense CUBScrazy22, but the majority of reporters don't know jack s--t about baseball. They have to ask a misinformed open-ended question like that to be able to get the scoop that they are paid to get. And Lou, being the Sweet Lou that he is, answered the way he does to all of the media.
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I've been hearing about this, where can I see it? Is it showing over and over on ESPN?
I don't have a video link, but I ripped the audio from my DVD and posted it here

I haven't figured out how to rip my dvd onto my computer.... it will only let me rip cd's not DVD's.... I'm working on it.
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Hey Ivy, be very glad that you didn't see it. The train wreck all happened in ONE inning! It didn't even seem real. It was disappointing to say the least. What made it worse was the lead we had the first four innings really fooled me, then to lose it ALL in one inning was unbelievable. The only good part was Wuertz getting us out of that inning without any more damage!
I might try to watch the first 5 innings on the mlb.tv archive and that Wuertz escape, i tried to watch it though it was just one of those days. I am so tired of the Reds pounding the CUbs and it doesnt help that my best friend is a Reds fan. Ever since that late season collapse in 2004 i've just despised the Reds
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