#89: Ross “Dropped a Big” Gload “In His Pants”

Ross Gload, you lied to us. You were a hot prospect we got from the Marlins in 2000 who tricked us into thinking you were crap, so we didn’t protect you and lost you to Colorado. As it turns out, you developed into a pretty damn good fourth outfielder while you were in Chicago. On the South Side. You bastard.

Ross Gload

We don’t miss you. We like Cliff Floyd.

While Gload is sitting at home polishing his World Series ring, I wonder if he ever thinks about that team on the North Side of Chicago who gave him his first Major League at-bats. And I wonder if he feels bad for “rewarding” them by hitting .197 and slugging .355. And then I wonder why I’m wondering about Ross Gload polishing his ring. And then I get confused and angry and yell at my dogs. Thanks a lot, Ross.

Low Point: In 2000, in games in which Gload made an appearance, the Cubs went 3-15, good for a meager .167 winning percentage. I blame Gload.

Did You Know? This past offseason, the Sox traded Gload to the Kansas City Royals for another one-time Cub prospect, Andy Sisco.

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7 Responses to “#89: Ross “Dropped a Big” Gload “In His Pants””


  1. 1 CT February 24, 2007 at 8:36 pm

    So now nobody’s hanging around here?

    WHY HAVE YOU FORSAKEN ME?!?

  2. 2 Bad Kermit February 24, 2007 at 10:06 pm

    Andy told me to ignore you.

  3. 3 Slaky February 25, 2007 at 4:21 am

    If someone can recommend a great cold medicine, that would be swell.

  4. 4 JD, Too February 25, 2007 at 9:27 am

    I usually take Alavert. It’s an allergy medicine, but that’s what I take. I pop a 24 hour one, wait about an hour and then take some cheap 4 hour cold medicine. Then I just take the cold medicine every 4 hours. I do this whether it’s a sinus problem or a cold. I’m usually done with my sickness after a day. And drink lots of orange juice, get plenty of rest, and don’t listen to any depressing music.

  5. 5 CT February 25, 2007 at 12:10 pm

    I’m back baby!

  6. 6 JD, Too February 25, 2007 at 1:02 pm

    Your first post on Desipio after a new handle has to be better than your last post of your previous handle. You got that memo, right? Start pondering, CT. I want to laugh then cry then laugh again then fart then become aroused then laugh some more then cry and finally have a sense of affirmation for my life choices.

  7. 7 Slaky February 25, 2007 at 2:37 pm

    There’s nothing more arousing then the smell of one’s own farts.

    Second most arousing: a handjob from a midget.


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