All Is Too Quiet

Cubs fans at every ball park on the Cubs road show all season long were noisier than the crowd last night at Wrigley Field in Chicago.  The enthusiasm seemed a bit worn.

Up to the 7th, the game is at a scoreless tie but, the deafening crowd I expected seemed to be absent all night long.

Granted it was Cleveland playing the better ball game, and they scored the 1st, and only run of the game in the 7th but, the crowd was merely traditionally noisy; Just not like I expected at the Series.

Going to the bottom of the 7th, the crowd all of the sudden became noisier after Bill Murray’s Daffy Duck rendition of, ‘Take Me Out To The Ball Game.’  Not World Series deafening but, noisier.

Cleveland is now up 2-1 in the Series but, the Cubs have been snapping, crackling, and popping back up when they’ve been behind, all year. 

The game 4 pitching match-up features Lackey for the Cubs vs. Kluber for the Indians with the 1st pitch from Wrigley Field at 700pm CDT.  

Cubs offense must be there as Lackey may spot a couple of runs early before he settles in at his best.

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  1. You’re right. It almost had that “Here we go again” feel.

    Regardless, we’ve been here before, in the NLCS. It’ll be OK. The more they throw Kluber, the better it is for the Cubs, in my opinion.

    I wrote a little bit about that in a piece for my blog.


    • Thanks for the follow, and I’ll be over to see what you wrote. Kind of makes me feel like I’m not the only one who felt this way.

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