I Hate the What If Game

The Quantum Leap effect now comes with cornfields. (via Randall J. Sanders)

Well, the Chicago Cubs have opened the season with a record of 1-2, which as one would expect has set some fans off with a slew of statements they deem to be true. These statements range from something like call up Continue reading

Small Sample Size or Not, Bullpen Picks Up Where They Left off


The Chicago Cubs have only played two games this season, but the bullpen has been very impressive in their only chances. Opening night, five relievers combined to throw 4.2 innings of two hit, shut out ball in which they struck Continue reading

Believe it or Not, the Rain Out is a Good Thing


If you were looking forward to tonight’s rematch between the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals, Due to tonight’s rainy forecast and chilly temperatures the Cubs have announced that tonight’s game has been postponed, without a make update announced as Continue reading

Kris Bryant: Worth the Wait


Yesterday, Adidas unveiled their new billboard; one that is literally on Wrigley Field’s doorstep. Several people saw this as a direct shot at the Chicago Cubs for sending him down to the minors when he performed well enough to make Continue reading

Are You Ready? Let’s Go!


Tomorrow, Easter Sunday, the Chicago Cubs will lead the charge in the 2015 baseball season as they take on their long time rival St. Louis Cardinals. The bleachers might not be ready, Kris Bryant might be in Iowa (or where Continue reading

Why Isn’t He Playing?

Any excuse to use this picture... #dreamy

One of the most frequently asked questions I have seen so far this Spring Training season is “Why isn’t (insert player’s name) playing today”. Many people want to witness the prospects Kris Bryant, Jorge Soler, Javier Baez and others playing Continue reading

Soler, Baez & Bryant go Back to Back to Back


Today’s Baseball Porn comes directly from Spring Training, where the Chicago Cubs were trailing the Cleveland Indians 4-0… until Jorge Soler came up to bat and did this. Your browser does not support iframes. That was fantastic. Now down 4-1, Javier Continue reading

Mike Olt. A Good Problem to Have

Mike Olt

So far this Spring, Mike Olt has been making people notice him, in a good way. Mike Olt goes yard! Having good at bats!!! @WSDreaming_Cubs pic.twitter.com/6tF58Z3kO1 — Jesse Jensen (@jjrayn) March 9, 2015 Last season, Olt and Luis Valbuena were Continue reading

Hello Rangers? You Want Edwin Jackson?


Some sad news around baseball might be quite beneficial to the Chicago Cubs. As everyone knows, the Cubs have a surplus in the starting pitching department. Cubs Manager Joe Maddon came out earlier saying that Travis Wood and Edwin Jackson Continue reading

The Integrity of the Game? What Integrity?

Pete Rose

Since new MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred took over, the question of how he would handle the Pete Rose situation and if he would be considered for reinstatement has been brought up numerous times.There are numerous fans on both sides of Continue reading