I’m set to catch all the televised action when I watch the Chicago Cubs online this year. You could, too. Then you’ll see if rookie phenom Randy Wells can continue his astonishing ways in his sophomore outing. Wells, 27, finished sixth in voting for the Rookie of the Year. He went 12-10 with a 3.05 ERA in 27 starts in 2010. The 12 wins and 165 and 1/3 innings pitched were the most ever for a Cubs rookie pitcher since Kerry Wood in 1998 won 13, pitching 166 and 2/3 innings.
Wells led all NL rookies in starts, ranking second with wins and innings pitched that led Cubs manager Lou Piniella to describe him as the best surprise of 2009.
You can see what kind of surprises Cubs fans have in store for themselves in the 2010 season if you get a hold of this great software I found. You will easily download it from the Internet and then just as easily install it on either your PC or Mac. There is a version for both so everyone can benefit from its use. Get your season ticket stamped through high-speed Internet connection with either DSL or cable. Then you’ll be all set for a season of smashing hits and fastballs burning watching the Cubbies at Wrigley Field and on the road with the best seat in the stadium. You can pull up a chair right in front of your computer for all the action.
This is a great feature for people who travel. When you load this software on your laptop, you can literally take the game with you no matter where you roam. As long as you have a high-speed Internet connection, you have a ticket to the game. Internet connections are available everywhere today. You can find them at motels and hotels, fast food restaurants, cafes and coffee houses throughout the country.
So, no matter where you are, grab some popcorn and a cold one when the home plate umpire yells, “Play ball!”