What Can Cub Fans Expect From Alcantara?


Note: This is a guest post from our friend who runs the Cubs Nation Facebook page. Finally, the moment we have all been anticipating for months. The call up of arguably the Chicago Cubs’ most underrated prospect, Arismendy Alcantara, the 5 Continue reading

How Should the Lineup Look With Alcantara?


With Darwin Barney out of action for a couple of games due to the birth of his third child, the Chicago Cubs have called up Arismendy Alcantara to fill his role until he returns. Yes, he will only he here Continue reading

Manny Ramirez to Be a Cubs Coach in 2015?


Take a minute to find a paper towel so that you can clean off your computer after spitting out whatever you were drinking when you read this headline. No, you did not miss an announcement from the Chicago Cubs, and Continue reading

The Cubs and Pitching


The fallout from the Chicago Cubs trading of both Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel continues to roll in. There are a percentage of fans who are complaining about the trade of the team’s best two pitchers; however, most of them Continue reading

All-Star Selection Sunday Results


You can follow along the names as they are revealed here.  For the American League: Your browser does not support iframes. The fan-selected American League starting lineup is: C Matt Wieters (injured, so he’ll be replaced by Salvador Perez) 1B Continue reading

Moneyball, Cubs Edition


I was thinking about this the other day, and it’s not like I’m super original because Joe Posnanski happened upon this first.  But have you noticed that the Cubs are collecting lots of bats?  Not just any bats, but legitimate Continue reading

Frustration Boils Over


Reactions continue to come in and there are times that even I am surprised at the things that I have seen. Chicago Cub fans are so upset over the trade of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel (though more Samardzija) that Continue reading

The Fallout continues

Fall out

Last night was filled with more than Independence Day fireworks. There were fireworks that rocked the world of baseball and the entire foundation of the Chicago Cubs and their fans. While I was enjoying my night at Arlington Park Race Continue reading

The King of Kane County


Last night I started my Independence Day weekend off in grand fashion. I decided that the time had come to check out the Chicago Cubs newest prospect Kyle Schwarber. I had a few free passes which I had won at Continue reading

Rooftops Preparing to Tuck Tail and Run


The rooftop owners must really be worried about their chances of winning a legal battle with the Chicago Cubs. After having their defamation lawsuit thrown out of court, and Tom Ricketts boasting his confidence that his revised Wrigley Renovation plans Continue reading