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Moises Alou thought we’d stop talking about Steve Bartman by now

If you thought Steve Bartman’s name would disappear from the baseball world once the Chicago Cubs won the World Series, you were (sadly) straight-up wrong. And former Cubs outfielder Moises Alou is one of those people. Alou, the left fielder that Bartman made contact with on the foul ball at Wrigley Field in Game 6 of the 2003 NLCS, told the media on Monday how he was “very...
Via The Comeback
December 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Cubs Owner Wants To Reach Out To Steve Bartman, Find ‘Closure’ For Both Sides

Steve Bartman already has the blame for the Cubs’ curse off his back now that Chicago won the World Series, but the team wants to make it official. Bartman is infamous for interfering with Cubs left fielder Moises Alou’s attempt to catch a foul ball in Game 6 of the 2003 National League Championship Series, which extended Florida Marlins second baseman Luis Castillo’s at-bat...
Via NESN.com
November 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Leave Steve Bartman out of this

It seems crazy that this needs to be said in 2016, but here we go: Leave Steve Bartman alone.With the Chicago Cubs in the midst of their most successful playoff run in decades, Bartman's name has come up quite a bit from fans around baseball who want to see him incorporated into the festivities surrounding the team's first World Series appearance in over 70 years.Bartman, of course...
Via FOX Sports
October 27, 2016

Rich Hill peed on his hands to put an end to blisters

As the MLB playoffs start, it is time to get down to the nitty gritty, the sports best are playing and fighting to win the World Series. That is why some of the most important news of the day involved urine. Wait, what? If you are Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill, you’ll apparently try anything. Hill battled blisters almost all of July and August, sidelining a pitcher for a couple...
Via The Comeback
October 07, 2016  |  Discuss

Alou’s, Morgan Freeman, Sinatra & Gretzky Have Eaten At Soon-To-Be-Gone Moe’s Diner

I’ve never written about a restaurant for a baseball website but this is an exception. Back in the late 1980s and early-to-mid 1990s, I was a Montreal Expos beat writer and I would frequent the 24-hour diner Moe’s Casse-Croute du Coin located just west of the fabled Montreal Forum on the southwest corner of Lambert-Closse and de Maisonneuve Blvd. I lived not far away, less than...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
December 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Pirates fan dresses as Steve Bartman, fails to curse Cubs

While the real Steve Bartman politely declined an invite to attend the Chicago Cubs’ wild card showdown with the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park Wednesday night, a doppelganger of the most maligned baseball fan in major league history did make an appearance. A presumably pro-Pirates fan arrived at the ballpark dressed up as the man who in an instant became Public Enemy No. 1...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
October 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Chicago Cubs Fans Want Steve Bartman At Wild Card Game Against Pittsburgh Pirates

The 2003 National League Championship Series was historic for all the wrong reasons if you ask Chicago Cubs fans. It was supposed to be the year of the lovable losers. Instead, the Florida (now Miami) Marlins escaped with an NLCS win and eventually defeated the New York Yankees in the World Series. And all of Chicago blamed one man — Steve Bartman. As we all know, Moises Alou,...
Via Gamedayr
October 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Who wants to donate to the 'Get Bartman to Cubs wild-card game' crowdfunding campaign?

The ball was destoyed in 2004 but memories have hardly faded. Cubs fan Steve Bartman remains a scapegoat for the 2003 Chicago Cubs 2003 NLCS collapse as a result of his interference with what may have been an pop out catch by outfielder Moises Alou late in Game 6. If you need a refresher on the play, watch the video above. If you're a Cubs fan, well, you're probably not reading....
Via FOX Sports
October 01, 2015  |  Discuss

It’s Time to Forgive Steve Bartman

As Cubs fans everywhere remember what could have been, somewhere a certain Steve Bartman continues to receive death threats. 11 years on, Cubs fans still look longingly as the 2003 Cubs team, a plucky group of players, arguably the most successful since 1945. The Cubs were tantalizingly close to a World Series, the fanbase was so ready to shed the decades long stigma derived from...
Via Sports Mockery
October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox P Scott Carroll Asks Moises Alou Interesting Question on Twitter

Posted to Good Guys Wear BlackScott Carroll’s twitter game is on point. He took time out of his busy day to tweet Moises Alou a very important question. Hey @MoisesAlou18 is it true that when you would piss on your hands, it would help with blisters? — Scott Carroll (@Scotty_Carroll) July 28, 2014 Scotty doesn’t know, apparently. The scary part is that I’m not sure if it’s...
Via Sports Mockery
July 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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