Ali Adib hosted another boardless game at his place in Avondale last Saturday (April 7). Game No. 365 went five game-years, with old vet Matt Sundstrom, the club's most decorated player, proving that he's got the right stuff in any reality.
The final center counts were:
Normally the pitchers are ahead of the hitters at this time of year. Try telling that to Chicago's mighty offenses.
The Cubs officially opened baseball's marathon in Miami, spoiling the home team's opener by putting eight runs on the board. The Sox, who opened in Kansas City, started poorly, giving up four runs in the first. But they exploded the second time through the lineup. The good guys belted six home runs and scored the game's next 14 runs.
Both offenses looked really good...until Kevin O'Kelly told them to hold his beer.