Cubs World Series Recap So Far…

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As the old saying goes, the series doesn’t start until someone wins an away game. Well, the Chicago Cubs did just that last night, so I guess it’s time to start talking about the World Series. With three straight home games coming up at Wrigley Field, the Cubs are in Continue reading Cubs World Series Recap So Far…

NLCS Recap: HOLY SHIT CUBS

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Thanks to Joe for starting this up for us, although we unfortunately couldn’t get it posted in time for it to be relevant.  So I’m just modifying this a bit to catch you up on one of the most exciting times for Chicago Cubs fans in LITERALLY ALL OUR LIFETIMES. Continue reading NLCS Recap: HOLY SHIT CUBS

Series Recap: Chicago Cubs at Los Angeles Dodgers

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In a series that we could possibly see again in October, the Chicago Cubs did not intimidate the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers almost swept the Cubs, taking the weekend series 2-1. Friday night’s game was filled with drama and excitement, exactly what you would expect from a game featuring Continue reading Series Recap: Chicago Cubs at Los Angeles Dodgers

The Series Continues: Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

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Two of the National League’s best teams continue a three game set in sunny Los Angeles this weekend. The Chicago Cubs (82-45), already guaranteed a winning record this season after Friday night’s extra-innings victory, will look to defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers (71-57) in what could possibly be a matchup Continue reading The Series Continues: Chicago Cubs vs. Los Angeles Dodgers

Tommy La Stella To Report To Double-A

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No productive major leaguer ever wants to be sent down to the minor leagues, especially one on a winning team. The Chicago Cubs are having an amazing season, owning the best record in baseball at 76-43. They are being led by MVP contenders Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo, but this Continue reading Tommy La Stella To Report To Double-A

Rizzo and Bryant Are Battling For National League MVP

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Two young Chicago Cub superstars are front and center in the battle for the National League MVP award. In the National League to this point, it’s a three-horse race, and two of them play at Wrigley Field: Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo and third baseman/outfielder Kris Bryant. They’re also joined by Nationals second Continue reading Rizzo and Bryant Are Battling For National League MVP

What’s Going On With World-Class Bunter Jon Lester?

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Jon Lester was 9-3 after his home start on June 18. He had allowed one or fewer earned runs in 10 of his 13 starts to that point. Lester had been the pitcher of record in nine straight outings and was putting together a season that would put him in Continue reading What’s Going On With World-Class Bunter Jon Lester?

Road To The Title: How To Manage The Cubs Rotation

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There aren’t many questions left for the Chicago Cubs to answer this season. At this point, with roughly two months remaining in the regular season, the main quandary observers have is whether this team is good enough to win in October. Piling up wins in the summer is great, but Continue reading Road To The Title: How To Manage The Cubs Rotation

Cubs Look To Continue Recent Success As Second Half Of Season Gets Underway

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Despite the surge in the first half of the MLB season, a feeling of resignation always looms over the Chicago Cubs and their fans. It’s not that the fans are worried about coming up short or dreading a collapse. Instead, they are almost resigned to the failure; it’s going to Continue reading Cubs Look To Continue Recent Success As Second Half Of Season Gets Underway

Never Get Too Optimistic: What Are The Cubs’ Weaknesses?

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(Editor’s note: we’ve already done a couple articles on the Cubs’ weaknesses, most recently this one from Andy, but it’s always good to have more opinions.) Trying to find weaknesses in the Chicago Cubs is baseball’s equivalent of finding a needle in a haystack. With an inordinate amount of depth, Continue reading Never Get Too Optimistic: What Are The Cubs’ Weaknesses?