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Jim Borgman has been the Enquirer's editorial cartoonist since 1976. Borgman has won every major award in his field, including the 1991 Pulitzer Prize, the National Cartoonists Society's Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year in 1993, and most recently, the Adamson Award in 2005 as International Cartoonist of the Year. His award-winning daily comic strip Zits, co-created with Jerry Scott, chronicles the life of 15-year-old Jeremy Duncan, his family and friends through the glories and challenges of the teenage years. Since debuting in July 1997, Zits has regularly finished #1 in reader comics polls across America and is syndicated in more than 1300 newspapers around the world.

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Friday, March 28, 2008

Opening Day


13 Comments:

at 3/28/08, 4:02 PM Anonymous Drew said...

Problem is, Jim, more people flock to the Levee every year than to GAB. If baseball is the Cincinnati religion, how come people are converting to Newportism?

 
at 3/28/08, 5:12 PM Blogger EOCostello said...

Surely, there are some who pine for Crosley, no?

No matter. Baseball is here, and joy returns.

 
at 3/28/08, 8:51 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the Boston Globe and the Cleveland Plain Dealer are LEAGUES above the Enquirer, just their football AND BASEBALL teams!!

 
at 3/28/08, 10:09 PM Anonymous J. Carey said...

anon: NO good syntax you, YES

Along these lines: I recall my excuse for being very late for my UC graduate seminar once: opening day parade.

 
at 3/29/08, 7:27 AM Anonymous Southpaw said...

Anonymous 8:51, just what does the Boston Globe and the Cleveland Plain Dealer have to do with baseball HERE, in Cincinnati?
This cartoon is obviously directed directly to our great city and several of the yearly traditions we are well known for, not Boston and certainly not Cleveland. Go take a nap now.

 
at 3/29/08, 10:32 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sportservice has upped their prices "due to the cost of oil..." I kid you not.It was on 9's news last night.
Beer: $6.75 a cup
Bottles Water:$4.25
Hamburger: $8.75

 
at 3/29/08, 10:50 AM Anonymous Dan said...

Opening Day, when hope springs eternal and everyone is a Reds fan.

But it won't be the same with Joe. :-( The man was baseball in Cincinnati.

 
at 3/29/08, 7:15 PM Blogger who2 said...

I'm not a sports fan but I miss Crosley Field. I would go to the games just to be in that great space. No matter where I move, I felt I was right in the middle of everything. I want to say Our Lade of Perpetual Opening Day, lololol.

Thanks, Jim.

who

 
at 3/29/08, 8:25 PM Blogger Cincy RE said...

I agree with eocostello, a Crosley-esque field would be great. Much like a Wrigley Field. Unfortuneatly, the village idiots ruled against an in-city ballpark and built yet again a mistake on the river. Don't get me wrong, GABP is great, moreso than Riverfront. But imagine having a facility that is surrounded by neighborhoods, bars, restaurants, etc. Having an in-city ballpark would have helped to revitalize the city.

 
at 3/31/08, 12:07 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

IT's finaly here, finaly for one day (more like hours but I will take what I can get) we can find no fault with the city and admit nobody does it better, Opening Day. I love this town on this day! Other days not so much, but today this City is perfect!(more like hours) GO REDS! We miss you Joe! Jim I love your opening day drawings could you put up the one where God throws out first pitch? To hell with the way they do it in Boston, and Cleveland. Yea it's that big for me!

Chris

 
at 3/31/08, 2:41 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

the reds are going to lose

 
at 3/31/08, 6:09 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

just because all the Red Sox victories and fame are banned from this site, doesn't make them not real and formidable; it just makes the readers more ignorant, like the one who doesn't know anything about baseball

 
at 4/1/08, 1:05 AM Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey pokey, pittsburgh pirates pokey, we miss you! casey, we miss you! barry, we miss you!! yankee boone, we miss you!!

 
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