Trade Castro for Utley? Oh Hell No!


   The Starlin Castro hate is strong among fans of the Chicago Cubs. Throughout social media I have seen countless fans calling for the trade of the struggling short stop, saying as much as they wanted him traded for “a Continue reading

Return of the Three Headed Catching Monster

Three Headed Monster

Since being re-called to the Major Leagues after the All Star break, Kyle Schwarber has been on fire at the plate, giving the Chicago Cubs an interesting problem. How do you keep his bat in the lineup as much as Continue reading

Trade Deadline thoughts: Cubs Did the Right Thing


I have been out camping this entire weekend, so I missed out on all the trade reactions throughout baseball, including those fans made about the ones the Chicago Cubs made. This is probably a good thing, as that allowed me Continue reading

What *COULD* Happen When Baez Returns


  With Javier Baez now rehabbing with the Iowa Cubs, Starlin Castro‘s struggles along with the cloud of uncertainty with the trade deadline approaching, fans of the Chicago Cubs are trying to figure out how the pieces all fit together. Continue reading

The Cubs Nearly 50 Year Streak Has Come to an End


   On September 9, 1965 the Chicago Cubs were no hit by Sandy Koufax. Since then, the Cubs have played 7,920 games without being no hit. That was not only the longest active streak in baseball without being no hit, Continue reading

The Cubs Need Offense. And Fast.


The Chicago Cubs are on a stretch of games where they are playing several losing teams. Going back to the last series before the All Star break, the Cubs have played 11 of 20 games against teams who are currently Continue reading

Cubs to Recall Kyle Schwarber


When Miguel Montero left Saturday’s game against the Chicago White Sox with a thumb injury, several people were wondering if his injury would mean that top prospect Kyle Schwarber would be recalled. Today, we received our answer. Miguel Montero out Continue reading

Are You Satisfied?


The “first half” of the 2015 season is over, and the Chicago Cubs have had an impressive season so far. Despite going 5-5 in their last 10 games heading into the All Star break, Chicago Cubs fans should be very Continue reading

Cub Fans, Listen to the Wisdom of Bob Marley


Over the past 12 hours I have seen far more panic and angst on FaceBook and Twitter than is necessary. Yea, the Chicago Cubs lost a game against the St. Louis Cardinals late. Down to their final strike, everyone assumed Continue reading

Jon Lester, David Ross and Miguel Montero

Photo: Patrick Breen/The Arizona Republic

Last night was a good night for Jon Lester and the Chicago Cubs, until the seventh inning. With David Ross hitting the seven day disabled list, that meant that everyone’s dream would come true and Miguel Montero would finally be Continue reading