It’s so much easier to blog when we win

Well, I’m definitely a big fan of the city of Denver. Very nice city, and you can walk to the park and back to the hotel after the game; it’s so close. I also want to say Happy 27th Birthday to my oldest son, Ozzie Jr.  We got to celebrate a little late last night when I got back into town. By far my favorite job in the world is being a dad to my three sons.

Why does it seem so much easier to write one of these blogs after we win a series? Or in this case, after we just won back-to-back games? I’m very impressed with yesterday’s games — the fact that we kept battling, and when it looked like we were done late, we kept pushing and got the job done. Loved it that Gordon Beckham laid down that bunt that gave us a better chance to score those runs, and Juan Pierre was clutch the entire series. When you work as hard as JP does, only good things will come from it.

Jake Peavy was very solid even after the first-inning home run to Troy Tulowitzki, and I will say it again about the bullpen — WOW. Seems like I say it in every blog, but those guys continue to give everything they have for this team, and it’s been impressive.

Now we move into the North side of town. Kind of cool because now I live closer to Wrigley Field than The Cell (haha), so I won’t be getting lost anymore (I hope). Wrigley on a weekend is always exciting and maybe even a little more so now that both teams have won back-to-back games. Should be interesting to see how it plays out. I’m sure fans will be into it, and I can’t wait to get 4th of July weekend started the right way.

I enjoyed catching up with Mike and Mike on ESPN Radio this morning.  Those guys are the best in the mornings!  See you guys at Wrigley this weekend!

Hey, Chicago, what do you say …

— Ozzie


  1. MomofOne

    Good game, keep them coming.
    Also, real true die hard Sox fans DO NOT boo their team. I don’t know who the goof balls are that do, but they really annoy me!

  2. Don Anderson


    It is my opinion that all of the keyboard jockeys, sports radio talking heads and the haters who want to bench Juan Pierre and call up Dayan Viciedo to replace him do so because they never actually played in the majors. I feel you can’t bench a guy because other guys are not performing. It will hurt the guy, but also hurt they way the team looks at the manager.

    Do you agree with this, and do you think it is because you actually played in the big leagues that you manage this way?



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