The Chicago Cubs may be losing third baseman Aramis Ramirez. The team offered him a $16 million dollar mutual option, but Ramirez says he wants to become a free agent.Ramirez is 33 years old and has been with the Cubs for eight years. He just completed a five-year, $75 million dollar contract.
Heeeeeeey! It's better than tax time. It's tax idea time!! Tolls on Lake Shore? No. More income tax? Maybe. Suburban toll? Ludicrous. Hey, has anyone asked me and the tens of ten of readers of this blog? In the past, I've opened up the flood gates to come up with new tax ideas.
It's time for another installment of "The New Bleacher Bums." In this quick episode, Colleen Henneman explains how she stays fit. It's a combination of eating what she wants...while she exercises:Of course, this is not real. The New Bleacher Bums is a web series produced by Schadenfreude.
Carlos Zambrano won't be back on the mound for the Chicago Cubs this season.In a statement released Friday, the Cubs announced Zambrano won't be pitching for the team for the rest of this current season.
All the focus of my inspiring documentary "The New Bleacher Bums" has been focused on the #1 Drunk Cubs Fan Colleen Henneman. It's been clips and random postings about her thoughts, her dreams and her life. But...(cue music)...her life includes other lives.Enter Colleen's boyfriend Todd.
Today, I bring you the newest installment of my mdocumentary series "The New Bleacher Bums." Today, Colleen Henneman is depressed. Why? Because there is no game. No traffic. No beer gardens. The Cubs are in Milwaukee.See, Colleen Henneman is the biggest Cubs fan known to Wrigleyville.