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2014-04-17 08:17:28 AM  
If I were the in the Cubs front office, I wouldn't let me staff do ANYTHING that might give teh universe an excuse for another 100 years of cursed performance.
 
2014-04-17 11:21:23 AM  

mr_a: If I were the in the Cubs front office, I wouldn't let me staff do ANYTHING that might give teh universe an excuse for another 100 years of cursed performance.


If I was in the Cleveland Indians' front office I'd be offering the old man a chance to throw out the first pitch, plus a skybox and open bar.
 
2014-04-17 12:01:18 PM  

Gulper Eel: mr_a: If I were the in the Cubs front office, I wouldn't let me staff do ANYTHING that might give teh universe an excuse for another 100 years of cursed performance.

If I was in the Cleveland Indians' front office I'd be offering the old man a chance to throw out the first pitch, plus a skybox and open bar.


Yea....i hear they got a kid in the bullpen this year. Played in the California Penal League last year....has some control issues but can hit 100
 
2014-04-17 12:09:02 PM  
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2014-04-17 12:16:34 PM  
The Cubs always have, and always will suck.

I know some of the extended family of this man.  He was really crushed by this.  100 farkin years old, made the 150 mile trip from the nursing home to the stadium, for that.

Front office of the Cubs is bunch of assholes.
 
2014-04-17 12:17:17 PM  
Maybe, just maybe he was their bad luck charm...
 
2014-04-17 12:24:03 PM  

largedon: [sundaynonsports.files.wordpress.com image 450x410]


This, times infinity.

As a Cubs fan, I am gotdamn sick and tired of curses, and goats, and bartmans, and cats, and anything else idiot journalists/reporters/anybody cling to in a desparate hope at explaining why this franchise hasn't won the WS in 106 years.  I will tell you why:

They ran into Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig.  Hack Wilson lost a flyball in the sun, opening the door to the A's scoring 8 runs and propelling them to a WS win.  A tough 7 game series that nobody remembers in 1945.  Bad management in the 50s.  Getting caught down the stretch by the Mets, who played .750 ball in the last 6 weeks in 1969.  .750!!!  A ground ball through Leon Durhams legs in '84.  Will Clark reading lips in '89.  The clock hitting midnight on Cinderella in '98.  A team wide meltdown of epic proportions in '03, and just a good old fashioned choke job in '07 and '08.  Add in shoddy management and terrible draft/free agent signings in between, and you have a recipe for what the Cubs have.  Not because of some goat.  Not because of curses, and called home runs.

Let's face it...if they had been run like the Yankees, they'd be the Yankees.  I hate articles like this.  Yeah, the move was bad PR.  But shut the hell up about curses.  Gah!!!!!

/end rant
//gawd, they're awful this year
 
2014-04-17 12:28:07 PM  
Maybe this guy was the problem.
 
2014-04-17 12:34:01 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: The Cubs always have, and always will suck.

I know some of the extended family of this man.  He was really crushed by this.  100 farkin years old, made the 150 mile trip from the nursing home to the stadium, for that.

Front office of the Cubs is bunch of assholes.


Puig shows up late to home opener, gets scratched from lineup. "Good."

Centenarian who can't care for himself shows up late to meaningless game, gets scratched from pregame honors: "[thisisanoutrage.jpg]"
 
2014-04-17 12:37:20 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: The Cubs always have, and always will suck.

I know some of the extended family of this man.  He was really crushed by this.  100 farkin years old, made the 150 mile trip from the nursing home to the stadium, for that.

Front office of the Cubs is bunch of assholes.


This.

The owner can go fark himself too.  I'm pretty much done with this team baseball.
 
2014-04-17 12:54:18 PM  

Lifeless: Satan's Bunny Slippers: The Cubs always have, and always will suck.

I know some of the extended family of this man.  He was really crushed by this.  100 farkin years old, made the 150 mile trip from the nursing home to the stadium, for that.

Front office of the Cubs is bunch of assholes.

Puig shows up late to home opener, gets scratched from lineup. "Good."

Centenarian who can't care for himself



This is the only article you've scanned about this.  I can tell.


But it's ok, being stupid on the internet is an important job too.
 
2014-04-17 12:56:22 PM  

Lifeless: Satan's Bunny Slippers: The Cubs always have, and always will suck.

I know some of the extended family of this man.  He was really crushed by this.  100 farkin years old, made the 150 mile trip from the nursing home to the stadium, for that.

Front office of the Cubs is bunch of assholes.

Puig shows up late to home opener, gets scratched from lineup. "Good."

Centenarian who can't care for himself shows up late to meaningless game, gets scratched from pregame honors: "[thisisanoutrage.jpg]"


And who's Puig?


Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike.  Fark them.
 
2014-04-17 01:00:30 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike. Fark them.



Dad....?
 
2014-04-17 01:03:30 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: Lifeless: Satan's Bunny Slippers: The Cubs always have, and always will suck.

I know some of the extended family of this man.  He was really crushed by this.  100 farkin years old, made the 150 mile trip from the nursing home to the stadium, for that.

Front office of the Cubs is bunch of assholes.

Puig shows up late to home opener, gets scratched from lineup. "Good."

Centenarian who can't care for himself


This is the only article you've scanned about this.  I can tell.


But it's ok, being stupid on the internet is an important job too.


You show up late, you don't take part.  I don't pity ol' Herbert here one bit.
 
2014-04-17 01:04:20 PM  

Cubs300: largedon: [sundaynonsports.files.wordpress.com image 450x410]

This, times infinity.

As a Cubs fan, I am gotdamn sick and tired of curses, and goats, and bartmans, and cats, and anything else idiot journalists/reporters/anybody cling to in a desparate hope at explaining why this franchise hasn't won the WS in 106 years.  I will tell you why:

They ran into Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig.  Hack Wilson lost a flyball in the sun, opening the door to the A's scoring 8 runs and propelling them to a WS win.  A tough 7 game series that nobody remembers in 1945.  Bad management in the 50s.  Getting caught down the stretch by the Mets, who played .750 ball in the last 6 weeks in 1969.  .750!!!  A ground ball through Leon Durhams legs in '84.  Will Clark reading lips in '89.  The clock hitting midnight on Cinderella in '98.  A team wide meltdown of epic proportions in '03, and just a good old fashioned choke job in '07 and '08.  Add in shoddy management and terrible draft/free agent signings in between, and you have a recipe for what the Cubs have.  Not because of some goat.  Not because of curses, and called home runs.

Let's face it...if they had been run like the Yankees, they'd be the Yankees.  I hate articles like this.  Yeah, the move was bad PR.  But shut the hell up about curses.  Gah!!!!!

/end rant
//gawd, they're awful this year


Much like my Red Sox, most of the reason why they didn't win a WS was a combination of bad luck and horrible team management. The Yawkey's owned the Sox for about 70+ years and didn't win squat and then the new owners get 3 WS in the 12 years they've owned the team. Terrible management, coaching and poor utilization of the resources at hand are the "curse" of any team with a long losing streak.
 
2014-04-17 01:04:49 PM  

phaseolus: Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike. Fark them.


Dad....?


heh.

Not unless dear old dad was a woman?
 
2014-04-17 01:07:21 PM  
Lifeless:

You show up late, you don't take part.  I don't pity ol' Herbert here one bit.

But when the wheelchair-bound Reinhart arrived a little late - though still plenty of time before festivities began


I like you.  I hope lots of other people do too.  You need it, sad ITG troll.
 
2014-04-17 01:07:44 PM  

Gulper Eel: mr_a: If I were the in the Cubs front office, I wouldn't let me staff do ANYTHING that might give teh universe an excuse for another 100 years of cursed performance.

If I was in the Cleveland Indians' front office I'd be offering the old man a chance to throw out the first pitch, plus a skybox and open bar.


If I was in the New York Mets' front office, I'd be offering the old man $3.2 million per year and hoping he could get us 5 innings every 5 days.
 
2014-04-17 01:09:37 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: Lifeless:

You show up late, you don't take part.  I don't pity ol' Herbert here one bit.

But when the wheelchair-bound Reinhart arrived a little late - though still plenty of time before festivities began

I like you.  I hope lots of other people do too.  You need it, sad ITG troll.


Festivities require planning, even before they begin.  People need to be told where to be and what to do before there's 50-thousand strong staring right at them.  You screw up the plan, you're out.  It's really that simple and he and his are being immature to think that they would make an exception for his oversight just by virtue of his being old.
 
2014-04-17 01:31:05 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike.


Yet here you are talking about it three decades later...
 
2014-04-17 01:35:33 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: The Cubs always have, and always will suck.


Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike. Fark them.


Heh. Obviously I'm not saying the Cubs are any good, but just found this to be funny.

Also, if you need to be somewhere BY noon, for a big event you're participating in, plan on being there an hour early, especially when driving into the city on a Friday midday. Leaving at 9 am to be there by noon was a mistake.
 
2014-04-17 01:39:27 PM  
This is irrelevant.  The goat needs season tickets.  Until then, nothing will change.
 
2014-04-17 01:39:49 PM  
The response was more than expected. Cubs President Tom Ricketts sent a letter expressing birthday wishes. Days later, the team invited Reinhart to the April 4 celebration marking the centennial of Wrigley Field.

Reinhart was asked to partake in the pre-game ceremonies. Though details weren't clear, his daughter says he was to be on the field somewhere. From his wheelchair, he might sit near the infield, where he'd hand over a baseball to be relayed to the pitcher's mound. Or, Reinhart and the ball might be wheeled to the mound. There, four Cubs greats - Ernie Banks, Billy Williams, Fergie Jenkins and Ryne Sandberg - were to throw ceremonial first pitches.


I have a feeling there are a lot of details being left out. Maybe they could've adapted once he arrived, maybe they already changed plans enough that they couldn't, who knows. This is just way too vague for me to feel strongly in any direction.
 
2014-04-17 01:43:03 PM  

eagles95: Gulper Eel: mr_a: If I were the in the Cubs front office, I wouldn't let me staff do ANYTHING that might give teh universe an excuse for another 100 years of cursed performance.

If I was in the Cleveland Indians' front office I'd be offering the old man a chance to throw out the first pitch, plus a skybox and open bar.

Yea....i hear they got a kid in the bullpen this year. Played in the California Penal League last year....has some control issues but can hit 100


Big Farrkin' Deal. This year the Mariners have an entire lineup of big bats that can hit .100 all day long.
 
2014-04-17 01:49:08 PM  

jst3p: Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike.

Yet here you are talking about it three decades later...


No, I'm talking about the front office of the cubs being assholes.  If that's "talking about baseball", then you have a very broad idea of what talking about baseball means.
 
2014-04-17 01:51:36 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: jst3p: Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike.

Yet here you are talking about it three decades later...

No, I'm talking about the front office of the cubs being assholes.  If that's "talking about baseball", then you have a very broad idea of what talking about baseball means.


I don't watch NASCAR. I don't talk about what happens in the front office either. No big deal but you give the appearance of caring more than you would like to admit.
 
2014-04-17 01:53:28 PM  

Car_Ramrod: Satan's Bunny Slippers: The Cubs always have, and always will suck.

Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike. Fark them.

Heh. Obviously I'm not saying the Cubs are any good, but just found this to be funny.

Also, if you need to be somewhere BY noon, for a big event you're participating in, plan on being there an hour early, especially when driving into the city on a Friday midday. Leaving at 9 am to be there by noon was a mistake.


eh, I was a Reds fan anyway.

I understand completely the whole planning thing.  But sure, the plans had changed enough on him already that yes, they should have left earlier.  However, the fact that he was still there with enough time to do something doesn't sit well with me.  It's  not like they had to navigate 75,000 fans all trying to get into the stadium before the game started or anything.  It's pretty much a walk right in.

They treated an old man pretty shabbily after MONTHS of preparation.  This wasn't something that someone just whipped up in a week on a whim.

So sue me**, I hate seeing old people being put off like they don't mean anything.

**you won't get much, but I could probably scalp you a couple of worthless tickets to a cubs game

:-)
 
2014-04-17 01:54:13 PM  

jst3p: Satan's Bunny Slippers: jst3p: Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike.

Yet here you are talking about it three decades later...

No, I'm talking about the front office of the cubs being assholes.  If that's "talking about baseball", then you have a very broad idea of what talking about baseball means.

I don't watch NASCAR. I don't talk about what happens in the front office either. No big deal but you give the appearance of caring more than you would like to admit.


They treated an old man pretty shabbily after MONTHS of preparation.  This wasn't something that someone just whipped up in a week on a whim.

That's what I care about.
 
2014-04-17 01:55:18 PM  
I don't understand how this guy was late for a celebration that isn't going to happen until next Wednesday.
 
2014-04-17 02:00:31 PM  

Trainspotr: I don't understand how this guy was late for a celebration that isn't going to happen until next Wednesday.


Chicago traffic...i take it you haven't been in it before
 
2014-04-17 02:06:45 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: Car_Ramrod: Satan's Bunny Slippers: The Cubs always have, and always will suck.

Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike. Fark them.

Heh. Obviously I'm not saying the Cubs are any good, but just found this to be funny.

Also, if you need to be somewhere BY noon, for a big event you're participating in, plan on being there an hour early, especially when driving into the city on a Friday midday. Leaving at 9 am to be there by noon was a mistake.

eh, I was a Reds fan anyway.

I understand completely the whole planning thing.  But sure, the plans had changed enough on him already that yes, they should have left earlier.  However, the fact that he was still there with enough time to do something doesn't sit well with me.  It's  not like they had to navigate 75,000 fans all trying to get into the stadium before the game started or anything.  It's pretty much a walk right in.


I guess my point is no one seems to know exactly what his level of participation was going to be:

"The response was more than expected. Cubs President Tom Ricketts sent a letter expressing birthday wishes. Days later, the team invited Reinhart to the April 4 celebration marking the centennial of Wrigley Field.

Reinhart was asked to partake in the pre-game ceremonies. Though details weren't clear, his daughter says he was to be on the field somewhere. From his wheelchair, he might sit near the infield, where he'd hand over a baseball to be relayed to the pitcher's mound. Or, Reinhart and the ball might be wheeled to the mound. There, four Cubs greats - Ernie Banks, Billy Williams, Fergie Jenkins and Ryne Sandberg - were to throw ceremonial first pitches."

I don't think it's in our place to say whether or not they could've just thrown him on the field whenever he got there. Could they have just wheeled him through the door in right field directly off of Sheffield? Maybe. Maybe they had a whole thing planned around him, and they were concerned he wasn't going to make it, so they altered it and couldn't go back.

They treated an old man pretty shabbily after MONTHS of preparation.  This wasn't something that someone just whipped up in a week on a whim.

So sue me**, I hate seeing old people being put off like they don't mean anything.


In response to a letter his daughter wrote, they invited him to participate in a pregame ceremony. He didn't show up on time, so he didn't participate, but was still able to see the game (for free, I'd assume), and he gets to come back and try again in June, when it's much nicer to be at Wrigley:

"At the park, she says, Cubs reps offered to invite Reinhart to take part in the first pitch of another game - sometime. As of Monday, when I first talked with Reinhart's daughter, the Cubs had yet to make good on that promise. But by Wednesday, though they couldn't bother to call me, they coincidentally managed to call Reinhart's daughter to make plans for a game in June."

I don't see how any of that is being treated "shoddily" or "like he doesn't mean anything". And once again, you don't know what those preparations entailed.
 
2014-04-17 02:08:14 PM  

eagles95: Trainspotr: I don't understand how this guy was late for a celebration that isn't going to happen until next Wednesday.

Chicago traffic...i take it you haven't been in it before


Heh. Not to a Cubs game. I usually take the 81 bus to Kimball, then the Brown Line to Southport.
 
2014-04-17 02:15:38 PM  

jst3p: Satan's Bunny Slippers: jst3p: Satan's Bunny Slippers: Haven't followed baseball since the '81 strike.

Yet here you are talking about it three decades later...

No, I'm talking about the front office of the cubs being assholes.  If that's "talking about baseball", then you have a very broad idea of what talking about baseball means.

I don't watch NASCAR. I don't talk about what happens in the front office either. No big deal but you give the appearance of caring more than you would like to admit.


Uh...I watch probably three baseball games per year, yet I participate in Fark baseball threads. Heck, this story really doesn't involve sports directly: you don't have to watch baseball to understand what's going on or care.
 
2014-04-17 02:20:17 PM  

Car_Ramrod: In response to a letter his daughter wrote, they invited him to participate in a pregame ceremony. He didn't show up on time, so he didn't participate, but was still able to see the game (for free, I'd assume), and he gets to come back and try again in June, when it's much nicer to be at Wrigley:

"At the park, she says, Cubs reps offered to invite Reinhart to take part in the first pitch of another game - sometime. As of Monday, when I first talked with Reinhart's daughter, the Cubs had yet to make good on that promise. But by Wednesday, though they couldn't bother to call me, they coincidentally managed to call Reinhart's daughter to make plans for a game in June."


When you're dealing with someone that is 100 years old, it's a pretty bold assumption that he'll still be available in two months.
 
2014-04-17 02:20:44 PM  

Car_Ramrod: And once again, you don't know what those preparations entailed.


I've got a pretty good idea, since I've worked in large venues in the special scheduling unit.

So, nevermind.  I think it's pretty not good of them. you don't.  We don't need to sit here and try to explain away why that is or isn't what happened.

Yay diversity.

have a nice weekend.
 
2014-04-17 02:44:33 PM  
I've been a Cubs fan for 27 years, but Jesus, it's a game where guys hit a ball with a stick. I would hope the guy had more to his life than waiting for this. Besides, it's not like the team is going to start winning until about 2018 or 2019 anyway.
 
2014-04-17 03:05:56 PM  
Did anybody catch the play in around the fifth or sixth innings of last night's Cubs-Yanks game, the one that looked like it was going to be a dead ringer for the Bartman play except that Soriano actually caught the ball?
 
2014-04-17 03:12:23 PM  

Orgasmatron138: I've been a Cubs fan for 27 years, but Jesus, it's a game where guys hit a ball with a stick. I would hope the guy had more to his life than waiting for this. Besides, it's not like the team is going to start winning until about 2018 or 2019  3018 or 3019 anyway.


FTFY
 
2014-04-17 03:26:21 PM  
Fun fact: there's no such thing as curses.
 
2014-04-17 03:38:06 PM  

RonwellQuincyDobbs: Fun fact: there's no such thing as curses.


Nope, just disinterested ownership. The Wrigley family was horrible, and the Tribune company was never interested in fielding a good team until they decided to sell it. Of course, those farktards signed a bunch of backloaded contracts with no-trade clauses that they knew THEY would never have to pay.

It has taken Ricketts a few years just to tear down what used to be there. Then he had the job of modernizing a front office that hasn't been updated since the 50s, getting Epstein and co., and letting his management start to change the culture of the team, expand international operations, and maximize the revenue of the ballpark and (at some point) get a new, better TV deal.

I look at it this way. I've been patient with the team for years and years, when there was no plan in sight for winning consistently. Now there is a plan, I can be patient for a few more years.

It's going to be fun seeing these kids coming up to the majors. Some of them really look like they can play.
 
2014-04-17 03:55:18 PM  
So, who's the goat with this one?
 
2014-04-17 03:57:01 PM  

mr_a: If I were the in the Cubs front office, I wouldn't let me staff do ANYTHING that might give teh universe an excuse for another 100 years of cursed performance.


Not even Jobu and a million rabbit's feet can save that steaming pile.
 
2014-04-17 04:00:38 PM  

Orgasmatron138: I've been a Cubs fan for 27 years, but Jesus, it's a game where guys hit a ball with a stick. I would hope the guy had more to his life than waiting for this. Besides, it's not like the team is going to start winning until about 2018 or 2019 anyway.


 FTFY

 And I get it if he was late and the ceremonies had already been altered, but you think they could have accommodated him somehow. He's 100 farking years old! It's not like he's going to live to see the 200th anniversary. You don't think that turning away him away might incite bad press!? With all of the social media flubs and idiotic comments made by c-level and marketing execs I read about on this site on a daily basis, I swear I should have gone into public relations.
 
2014-04-17 04:14:20 PM  
at this point I firmly believe the cubs are MLB's version of Waspinator  from Beast Wars Transformers.

Why universe hate cubiezzzzz?
 
2014-04-17 04:17:25 PM  

Falco09: Orgasmatron138: I've been a Cubs fan for 27 years, but Jesus, it's a game where guys hit a ball with a stick. I would hope the guy had more to his life than waiting for this. Besides, it's not like the team is going to start winning until about 2018 or 2019 anyway.

 FTFY

 And I get it if he was late and the ceremonies had already been altered, but you think they could have accommodated him somehow. He's 100 farking years old! It's not like he's going to live to see the 200th anniversary. You don't think that turning away him away might incite bad press!? With all of the social media flubs and idiotic comments made by c-level and marketing execs I read about on this site on a daily basis, I swear I should have gone into public relations.


I'm going to go out on a limb and say some middle manager or event coordinator had their panties in a bunch over the late arrival. I doubt Tom Ricketts or Theo Epstein were standing by the gate, lookin at their wactch, and then saying "well, fark him."
 
2014-04-17 04:17:52 PM  

Lifeless: Festivities require planning, even before they begin.  People need to be told where to be and what to do before there's 50-thousand strong staring right at them.  You screw up the plan, you're out.  It's really that simple and he and his are being immature to think that they would make an exception for his oversight just by virtue of his being old.


I get that you're prob just another idiot troll but, just in case, let me ask you this;

If Ernie Banks had been 15 minutes late for the same ceremony would you have been ok with the Cubs telling him "You screw up the plan, you're out"?
 
2014-04-17 04:26:18 PM  

Satan's Bunny Slippers: The Cubs always have, and always will suck.

I know some of the extended family of this man.  He was really crushed by this.  100 farkin years old, made the 150 mile trip from the nursing home to the stadium, for that.

Front office of the Cubs is bunch of assholes.


Not to mention completely incompetent.
 
2014-04-17 04:28:07 PM  

grimlock1972: at this point I firmly believe the cubs are MLB's version of Waspinator  from Beast Wars Transformers.

Why universe hate cubiezzzzz?


Ok, now I gotta shoop a cubs hat on a pic of Waspinator's head after his body has been blown up. I laughed way too hard at that.
 
2014-04-17 04:31:00 PM  

Orgasmatron138: Falco09: Orgasmatron138: I've been a Cubs fan for 27 years, but Jesus, it's a game where guys hit a ball with a stick. I would hope the guy had more to his life than waiting for this. Besides, it's not like the team is going to start winning until about 2018 or 2019 anyway.

 FTFY

 And I get it if he was late and the ceremonies had already been altered, but you think they could have accommodated him somehow. He's 100 farking years old! It's not like he's going to live to see the 200th anniversary. You don't think that turning away him away might incite bad press!? With all of the social media flubs and idiotic comments made by c-level and marketing execs I read about on this site on a daily basis, I swear I should have gone into public relations.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say some middle manager or event coordinator had their panties in a bunch over the late arrival. I doubt Tom Ricketts or Theo Epstein were standing by the gate, lookin at their wactch, and then saying "well, fark him."


  Ha, yeah no I don't think that was the case either. I'm just saying that it infuriates me to no end how stupid people in corporate America can be when it comes to making decisions regarding public facing activities.
 
2014-04-17 04:38:01 PM  
That's our Cubs! :P

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