If the Cubs Hire Maddon, All Bets Are Off


With the World Series set to end tonight, unless Mother Nature decides to wreak havoc and delay tonight’s game, all eyes will turn to the Chicago Cubs and the developing situation with former Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon who Continue reading

The Cubs Have Plausible Deniability


Usually, as the old saying goes, “where there’s smoke, there’s fire”. In this instance, that term is being used with the Chicago Cubs and Joe Maddon. Everyone in the world of baseball media is saying that Maddon will be managing Continue reading

Joe Maddon to the Cubs All but Done?


The past four days have been a whirlwind of rumors. Ever since Joe Maddon announced his resignation from the Tampa Bay Rays managerial job, the Cubs were immediately connected to him, being labeled as the most likely landing spot for Continue reading

Joe Maddon a Cub? Poor Rick Renteria


Yesterday afternoon, news broke that Joe Maddon resigned as manager of the Tampa Bay Rays. In no time at all, the Chicago Cubs were quickly connected to the new hot free agent manager. My guess on Joe Maddon: He eventually Continue reading

Anno’s World Series Prediction: Royals Will Get Their Crown


Tonight, the World Series begins! A series that we have already seen back in August when the Kansas City Royals hosted and swept the San Francisco Giants. I doubt that things will be quite as easy this time around, as Continue reading

A World Series Preview, From August

World Series

The World Series (sans the Chicago Cubs) is set to begin Tuesday. The American League Champion Kansas City Royals will be hosting the National League Champion San Francisco Giants. While the Cubs are not playing, they are happy to be Continue reading

Jeremy Guthrie and His “Rude” Shirt That Wasn’t


I rarely use this platform to rant. When I do, I even more rarely rant about something that is not related to the Chicago Cubs. However, I could not hold my tongue, I wanted to get this off my chest Continue reading

Epstein- Any discussion of team starts with Anthony Rizzo


Many fans of the Chicago Cubs believe that the team needs to go out and find a veteran free agent to be the on field general, and to be their leader. Theo Epstein though disagrees with the fans in this Continue reading

The Future of Kyle Schwarber

Kyle Schwarber

As you should know by now, if you have been paying any attention to what we have been writing, yesterday, Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein met with a crowd of season ticket holders that the time to compete Continue reading

The Future of Addison Russell

Addison Russell

If you thought that super prospect Addison Russell was the future short stop for the Chicago Cubs, you might want to hold off on that thought. Yesterday, Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein told the crowd of season ticket Continue reading