Tag Archives: Steve Bartman

Chicago Cubs – Opportunity lost and a future that might bring banners
October 22, 2015

by Kent Sterling Overmatched and underprepared. That’s the epitaph for the Chicago Cubs the day after one of the weakest showings in the history of postseason baseball. Regurgitating the obvious – anemic offense and defensive ineptitude – serves no purpose.  There was no ‘what if’ moment during the first four-game sweep of the Cubs since Lou […]

Steve Bartman’s Horrifying Moment Changed the Cubs and His Life
October 15, 2013

by Kent Sterling When a player makes a game changing mistake, he faces the nedia after talking with his agent and the media relations staff of his team.  They counsel him on the best course of action to minimize exposure and in what ways the story might quickly fade from memory. Click here to follow […]

Tonight Is Tenth Anniversary of Worst Night in Chicago Cubs History
October 14, 2013

by Kent Sterling No, it wasn’t the Bartman Game, the worst night in Chicago Cubs history was the night following Bartman’s infamous blunder, the night of the Game Seven loss to the Marlins; the night that hope died at Wrigley Field – finally and forever. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter Dealing with a […]