With every sport comes the risk of injury and unfortunately, I suffered one two days ago while at Judo. It started off fine like any other class where everyone was rolling and I was paired up with a black belt who's hard to turn. In my attempt to turn him, using a method that had … Continue reading Knee Injuries
Well, the Cubs split with the Brewers this series, both having great offensive games. The first game, the Brewers scored 7 and had multiple home runs. The second game, the Cubs had multiple home runs and scored 8. Too bad the Brewers outscored us 11 to 8 in total. That hurt. But, we're still 3.0 … Continue reading Baseball and the Comfort Zone
*Originally posted on Letmebfrankblog.com* The Chicago Cubs have one thing that is rarely lacking: offense. Yes, of course, there are games that they lose but no team in the history of Major League Baseball has gone undefeated for an entire season. But for the Cubs, when one part of their lineup may be experiencing a … Continue reading Cubs Offense Unrelenting
Yesterday, after years of going to Judo, I received my green belt. The belt system in Judo denotes rank and experience. From lowest to highest, the colors are white, blue, green, purple, brown, and black, with various degrees in brown and black. It took me about a year to received my blue belt and yesterday, … Continue reading Green Belt!
The Cubs games of late have been rather exciting, whether it be because of Albert Almora making a leaping catch or tempers flaring by members of the team. After a recent bench clearing, the excitement continued when Kyle Schwarber got a called strike-out that he disagreed with, said a "choice word," and got ejected on … Continue reading Schwarber’s Ejection