I was sure I post this last year, but I guess I didn't. Every opening day for the last few years I play this little snippet of history to get me in the mood for the baseball season. I know I've been ripping on the Cubs and their fans a little recently, and honestly, I have no plans on stopping any time soon. :-)
To set the scene: It's April 29th, 1983, and the Cubs are off to a 5 & 14 start. And after the game, their manager, Lee Constantine Elia
with a live microphone in the room.
I remember this day. I remember the radio station airing this rant (bleeped, of course) over and over that week.
And to this day, its how I kick off the season.
Safe For Work Version – Bleeps!
Not Safe For Work Version – No bleeps!