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Perfection

Posted on: July 6, 2009 12:09 pm
 
Every Cubs game I have gone to over the last 3 years (minus playoff games) the Cubs have won. I noticed this phenomenon on Friday. ABout the 8th inning I kept telling my friends to relax because we would win. Then Saturdays game I skipped and we got killed. But Sunday's game I went to and we killed. Then I thought back to April 28. Cubs won 11-3. And that was the only game I went to that series. The other two games the Cubs got killed. July 23, 2008 Cubs win 10-6. Once againt he only game of the series I attended. And well the Cubs lost the other two games. June 20-22 2008. I attend all three Cubs-Sox games and the Cubs sweep. The following weekend which I did not attend the Sox swept the Cubs.  August 24 2007 Cubs win 6-2. I attend this game but not the following two. The Cubs lose the remaining games in the series. August 10, 2007 I am in Denver for a convention and go see the Cubs beat the Rockies 6-2. May 26, 2007 I go see the Cubs in LA, they win 4-2. The game before and after they lose. May 18-19 I watch the Cubs beat the Sox 6-3, 11-6. I had an early flight and could not attend the Sunday game which the Cubs lost. So there you have it since 2007 every regular season Cubs game which I attended we have won. I wish I could attend every game but I like it better this way. Some of my friends call it genius, some say its dumb luck, some say its a fluke. All I can is that the Cubs win games when I am there.
Category: MLB
Comments

Since: Dec 11, 2007
Posted on: July 28, 2009 11:01 am
 

Perfection

I'm down for that. Where do I sign?


jpwyllys
Since: May 29, 2008
Posted on: July 28, 2009 6:18 am
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Since: May 23, 2009
Posted on: July 28, 2009 5:48 am
 

Perfection

I say we all pitch in and buy you season tickets...for LIFE!!!  Hahaaaaaa...Laughing


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