I agree with everything you have posted in this thread mensa! good work!
Jumping the ump and elderly base coach had no impact on the game either.
Not having an impact on the game does not make this sequence any less pathetic and is not what this discussion is about.
First, there are multiple junkies going for the ball that is clearly in play.
If you can't agree that there is something wrong with that, then any discussion is worthless.
The best part is the guy actually arguing the call.
Typical southside trash.
As for Bartman, unlike these guys, he didn't break a golden rule that every fan knows.
If the Bartman incident truly did affect the outcome of that game, the Cubs of '03 must be the most mentally weak team in the history of sports.
The ball was clearly out of play.
The next batter hit a routine ground ball DP ball that was booted.
The bullpen then got shelled.
The Bartman excuse doesn't work Cubs fans.