Baseball Spanning the Generations


As the baseball season winds down, and I am attending the last of my games, I was fortunate enough to witness one of the many reasons I enjoy baseball. While on the Pace Round Tripper on my way home, I Continue reading

Lester and the Cubs


This off season, the Chicago Cubs are likely going to target top of the rotation free agent starting pitchers. There is Max Scherzer, Justin Masterson, James Shields, but the one the Cubs are likely going to make their primary target Continue reading

Could Samardzija Return to the Cubs?

Jeff Samardzija in sweet throwback garb.

  When the Chicago Cubs traded Jeff Samardzija, I thought that was the last we would of Shark on the North Side of Chicago. They way things ended, with the Cubs refusing to give him an offer he felt was Continue reading

What’s Best for Business


Like most of Chicago, Scott Boras wants to see Kris Bryant promoted to the Major Leagues where he belongs. He has dominated at every level in the minor leagues, earning himself the award of Minor League Player of the Year. Continue reading

Garza’s Arm Cannot Cash a Check His Mouth Wrote


We all know what happened with Matt Garza. After a failed contract negotiation (which might have only been for show), the Chicago Cubs traded Garza to the Texas Rangers for Mike Olt, Neil Ramirez, C.J. Edwards and Justin Grimm. After Continue reading

The Team No One Wants to Face?


I know what you are thinking. How can a team that is last in their division, and one of the worst teams in baseball be a team contenders are afraid of. With as well as the team ha been playing, Continue reading

It’s Okay to Get Excited


We all know how this goes! The Chicago Cubs bring up a new prospect and the fans go nuts. When Arismendy Alcantara got called up in early July, fans started celebrating deeming him to be the first great player of Continue reading

The Cubbie Cult

Cubby Cult

Over the past few weeks, we have learned a lot about ourselves here at World Series Dreaming on Facebook. From a small group of our loyal fans (even if they disagree with us, they keep coming back) we have learned Continue reading

Down the Stretch

Cubs win

Last night the Chicago Cubs put on a hitting clinic and showed off some massive power, especially by Jorge Soler who hit two mammoth home runs. Even though the record does not necessarily reflect how well they have played, the Continue reading

A Pass For Castro


Last night Starlin Castro had a really bad game. He committed a costly error, and launched a 400 foot single while he stood and watched the ball fly at the plate. He fell back into a lot of bad habits Continue reading