The Cubs are 13-5 (.722) since signing edmonds, having gone from 1 game back of the d-bags for best record in NL at 24-16 . . .
to best record in the NL by 3 games over the phillies at 37-21.
Also during that time, edmonds is 10 for 35 for .286 / .324 / .543 and an OPS of .867, eerily similar to his career 162-game averages of .285 / .377 / .526 / .903.
Thank you, Padres, for your benevolence. And welcome, Jimmy Ballgame.
Can we all get behind this CUB now and let go of the past?