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The Cubs don’t think yesterday’s dustup was a big deal

Mar 3, 2011, 8:44 AM EDT

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The little fracas between Carlos Silva and Aramis Ramirez was just frustration at a bad, error-filled and dinger-filled inning, the Cubs said late yesterday. No biggie and they’re past it now.  Aramis Ramirez:

“That was the only thing that happened, so it was obvious he was kind of upset … We talked about it, and everything’s cool.”

Mike Quade:

“I’d almost rather (have) that than complacency. There’s a point where this kind of thing goes overboard as well. But as frustrated as I was watching and everything else, you almost wonder ‘Is anyone going to say something besides me?’”

I guess I was wrong yesterday when I said they were in midseason form. If they were, this would have lasted much longer. It’s still spring training for dysfunctional ballclubs too. While they may be able to hold a grudge and make things ugly for an extended period in July, you have to expect much shorter performances in the early part of March.

  1. shawnuel - Mar 3, 2011 at 10:09 AM

    Any team Carlos Silva is on is a dysfunctional ballclub.

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