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Ryan Theriot Should Probably Just Stop Talking

Ryan Theriot, was once a beloved figure around Wrigleyville. With his hustle and grit, he was instantly a fan favorite; especially with the ladies. Even after he left the Cubs organization, he still had his legions of fans. They were even happy for him when he won the World Series with the San Francisco Giants. Then he signed as a free agent with the rival St. Louis Cardinals and...
Via World Series Dreaming
November 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Baseball is getting closer

I don't know how to describe this, but the thing that made me the most excited about the return of baseball was an e-mail that I got on Friday from the proprietor of the TOOTBLAN Tracker asking if I wanted to run a graphic about the Pirates' 2013 TOOTBLAN review. TOOTBLAN, if you don't spend much time on Twitter and are unfamiliar with the term," is short for "Thrown Out On The Bases...
February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Theriot, 'AKA The Riot,' retires after eight seasons

Not many Major League players retire after winning two straight World Series for two different teams, but Ryan Theriot, AKA "The Riot" has done just that.'s Carrie Muskat reported on January 6 that Theriot has announced his retirement from MLB effective immediately.Ex #Cubs in the news: Ryan Theriot has retired and former manager Jim Riggleman returning to manage Reds' Triple...
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January 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Ryan Theriot Retries

From the 'former Cub who was briefly a Cardinal and helped St. Louis win a World Series, but will always be a damn, dirty Cub' and is retiring files...   Ryan Theriot has handed in his resignation from Major League Baseball. When he came to the Cardinals prior to the 2011 season, many viewed Theriot as David Eckstein Version 1.25. 5'11" and 185 lbs. Scrappy. Never...
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January 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Goodnight, Sweet Prince

The sad news about a former Cubs legend:   Ryan Theriot is officially retired. Last played in majors in 2012 after 8 MLB seasons. Leaves with .281 batting average in 899 games. — Chris Cotillo (@ChrisCotillo) January 6, 2014   34-year old Theriot had “plenty of offers” to keep playing, but says he was “ready for a change”. TEX, CLE, SF, PHI had interest last year. ...
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January 06, 2014  |  Discuss

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