Jerry Burnes

Jerry Burnes


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  • Lewie Pollis posted 2928 days ago

    Lewie Pollis

    Hey Jerry,

    I saw your article about the market for Bradley. I'd love to hear what you think of this article about the vast upside he has for any team that would take a chance on him:

  • Joel Reuter posted 3081 days ago

    Joel Reuter

    A look at the 20 best moves the Cubs have made in the last 20 years. Take a look when you get a chance.

  • daniel cox posted 3360 days ago

    daniel cox


    check this out if you get a chance:

    a story i feel is getting overlooked.


  • Joe Willett posted 3401 days ago

    Joe Willett

    Hey Jerry, I promise this isn't spam or anything, but I run a blog at, but I can't keep up with daily posts or anything like that, so I have been looking for somebody to run it. You have been doing a good job with Cubs writing on here and I was wondering if you could take over the blog for me. It's not much work and when it starts to make money, you get to split the profits with the person who actually owns the site. It's all part of so you have instant exposure, although it is a new sight that just launched from beta. Let me know if you would be interested.

  • Chris Pennant posted 3418 days ago

    Chris Pennant

    Hey man, it was a necessary article and not a bad one. I was just a little hyped up after the Sox win last night and probably a little on the edge. But yeah, it has nothing to do with Sox and Cubs, you know? Just writers sharing their opinions.

    Lookin' forward to your next article.

  • Bob Warja posted 3420 days ago

    Bob Warja

    I look forward to your top 4.

  • Sam Wenk posted 3421 days ago

    Sam Wenk

    Thanks for the compliment

  • Casey McLain posted 3432 days ago

    Casey  McLain


    Thanks for reading my article helping me win "pick of the day."


  • Jim Killam posted 3482 days ago

    Jim Killam

    Hey Jerry:
    My Google news homepage tagged your bio page. Good to see you writing on here. Although I'd offer that the most unbreakable sports record is Cy Young's 511 career wins. No one will ever even get within 100 of it.
    Have a great summer. - Jim K.