I don't really know where this belongs, but whatever. I was just reading Stark's latest ESPN.com article, "Red Sox, fans enter strange, new world", and I happened upon this little gem from Kevin Millar.
"The way it looks to me," says Kevin Millar, "is that these people want to win again. We're not the lovable losers here. The Cubbies can go out and have a beer and have a good time. But we've gotta WIN."
I was really rooting for the Sox this year in the postseason, but after this crap it's getting harder to pull for them. Seems like their egoes are getting as bad if not worse than the Yankees. You've got Schilling and his fetish with the Yankees, got Millar and that garbage talk. Doesn't this replacement part know that Cubs fans don't have the pre-2003 lackadaisical, lovable loser attitude anymore?