Best Moves of the MLB Offseason

In Commentary And Analysis by GW26 Comments

There are probably places on the Internet where one can freely complain about the Cubs without pushback; Obstructed View is not one of them. Being an astute bunch, any mindless grumbling here is likely to be met with some pointed questions: Do you really want an aging corner-outfielder like Shin-Soo Choo on the roster for the next seven years, especially …

The Crosstown Classic: Two Teams, One Cup, Zero Fucks Given

In Commentary And Analysis by aisle42411 Comments

From what I'm seeing on Twitter, we're talking about the Crosstown Cup already. Oh goody. To borrow from the late, great Roger Ebert: I hate this series. I hate hate hate hate hate this series. Hate it. Hate every simpering stupid vacant fan-insulting moment of it. Hate the sensibility that thought anyone would still like it. Hate the implied insult to the fans by the belief that …

Sox Fans Are Weird

In Commentary And Analysis, Major League Baseball by aisle42458 Comments

I'll never understand how Cubs fans and White Sox fans can technically be from the same city.  Last night, the Sox had Chris Sale taking the mound as they went for the first sweep of the New York Yankees at home in 21 years.  26,319 people showed up to watch that. That's less than 65% of capacity. More than one …