Cubs Trade for Brandon Kintzler

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With Brandon Morrow on the disabled list again, there was a blaring need for the Chicago Cubs to trade for a closer, which they did in the form of Brandon Kintzler from the Washington Nationals as reported by Ken Rosenthal. #Cubs close to getting Brandon Kintzler from #Nationals, sources tell Continue reading Cubs Trade for Brandon Kintzler

The Cubs Are Back and the National League Better Beware

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Here we are, at the “half way point” of the season. The Chicago Cubs are in first place in the National League Central with a 2.5 game lead over the Milwaukee Brewers and they have the best record in the National League. Some will no doubt say “so what, with Continue reading The Cubs Are Back and the National League Better Beware

Season Ticket Day

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This is the day I have both been waiting for and dreading the arrival of. Today is the day my season tickets for the 2018 Chicago Cubs season arrived. If you have been a fan of ours for a while, you know that I share a season ticket package with Continue reading Season Ticket Day

Ideas For Baseball To Make Some Much Needed Compromises

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Unless you have been living on a deserted island recently without any access to any form of media, you know that the relationship between the MLB players & owners is not doing too well. There are still some pretty big name free agents waiting for their big payday. Among them Continue reading Ideas For Baseball To Make Some Much Needed Compromises

Cubs Bullpen Rebuild (UPDATE)

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In the 2017 season, the biggest weakness for the Chicago Cubs was their bullpen. While they showed stretches of dominance, in the playoffs they were clearly showing signs of being worn down. Going into the offseason you knew fixing the broken bullpen would be a top priority, in addition to Continue reading Cubs Bullpen Rebuild (UPDATE)

Thanksgiving is Here Again!

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone! It has been a fantastic year hasn’t it? Today is a day that is set a side for us to give thanks for what we have. As Chicago Cub fans, we have many things of which we should be thankful for. We have an owner who is Continue reading Thanksgiving is Here Again!

Why? Can Someone PLEASE Tell Me Why?

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Let me be clear. I am not rushing to judgment. I will not condemn or exonerate Addison Russell until everything comes out. I am not saying he is guilty or if his wife’s friends are lying. Please refrain from victim bashing or rushing to deem Russell guilty. At the moment, Continue reading Why? Can Someone PLEASE Tell Me Why?

A Disappointing Start to the 2017 Season

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Let’s just cut to the chase. Thus far the 2017 season has been somewhat of a disappointment. The Chicago Cubs are not looking like the juggernaut we thought they would be, and they have given us little sign that they can be. However, that is not to say that the Continue reading A Disappointing Start to the 2017 Season

Why is Kyle Schwarber Leading Off? It’s Not Hard to Understand!

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The life of a Chicago Cubs fan is never easy. Some among us always find something to complain about; even in a year when they are the defending World Series Champions. The most brought up question is questioning Joe Maddon’s decision to bat Kyle Schwarber as the leadoff hitter. In Continue reading Why is Kyle Schwarber Leading Off? It’s Not Hard to Understand!

Worth the Wait

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Last night was something Chicago Cubs fans waited 108 years for; what was another two hours? When images of the newly installed flag poles came around, I had an idea of what to expect. One would fly the flags for the years they made the playoffs, one for flags they Continue reading Worth the Wait