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Chicago baseball slogans
« Topic Start: June 11, 2007, 09:09:07 AM »
Below are some funnies from http:chicagosports.chicagotribune.com

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Field of slogans

By David Bittinger

June 6, 2007

Today we White Sox fans and you Cub fans are in the same boat. If it's not the Titanic, it's "Ship of Fools," and we're all in mortal jeopardy from such deep-sea terrors as the Devil Rays and the Marlins. For once we should put aside the crosstown rivalry and come together for a Chicago fan crusade of pain management and truth-telling. Let's come up with one slogan that captures the grand adventure of 2007 Chicago baseball.

Below are some examples. May other proud banners be unfurled by South Side and North Side fans and by people who are making good use of their leisure time. I only hope my Sox-fan brethren aren't too discouraged by the creeping impression that our heroes are still slowly recovering from a celebration hangover more than 19 months old and that Cub fans aren't still too preoccupied trying to understand the infield fly rule.

Chicago baseball
It's flop-tastic!

Chicago baseball
With our bullpens, every day is Halloween.

Chicago baseball
Buy me some peanuts and strong Prozac,
I don't care if I ever go back.

Chicago baseball
Go South Side for minor-league hitting.
Go North Side for Little League base running.

Chicago baseball
"Hey, Skip, what does it mean when our third base coach touches his cap?"

Chicago baseball
Catch it and throw it back.

Chicago baseball
Come for the clutchless offense, stay for the clueless bullpen.

Chicago baseball
Let's play none!

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Don't eject the manager. Eject the team.

Chicago baseball
Looks like another tough century.

Chicago baseball
When does Bourbonnais start?

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Blowing games in ways you never thought possible.

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Put Stoney and Farmio in the bullpen!
Heck, put my Aunt Gladys in the bullpen!

Chicago Baseball
$210,000,000 just doesn't buy what it used to.

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It's like the Major Leagues, but it's like North Platte, Neb., too

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"Hey, Skip, I think maybe I strained an abductor muscle or something."

Chicago baseball
And you thought you were just having a nightmare.

Chicago baseball
The 2017 plan is starting to take shape.

David Bittinger lives in Brookfield, Wis.