The NL should Fear Jake Arrieta

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Jake Arrieta cruised to his 21st win of the season and brought his ERA down to 1.82. I mean the guy could have won the game by himself out there. He goes out and throws 6.0 perfect innings and even adds a dinger because you know Jake Arrieta is the Continue reading The NL should Fear Jake Arrieta

The Cubs Know How to Throw a Party

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Regardless of it being a loss yesterday the Cubs still threw one hell of a party. All the Cub hating trolls are coming out and saying, “Who celebrates a loss” or “I guess Cubs are accustomed to celebrating losses.” Shut your mouths. I do not care what you think because Continue reading The Cubs Know How to Throw a Party

The Chicago Cubs Are Going to the Postseason

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I forgot to thank Josh properly for his generous gift of tickets to Jake Arrieta Day.  So thanks, Josh. Well, we’re here…#Cubs game thanks to @cjdubbya. Posted by World Series Dreaming on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 It was a slightly askew view of the big replay board, but we got to Continue reading The Chicago Cubs Are Going to the Postseason

The Wrigley Zoo

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Today, in typical Joe Maddon fashion, he invited the Animal Kingdom into his ball park!          Anthony Rizzo found a new friend!          Days like these are fun to be at the old ball park! 

Hard Slides into Second: What Can Be Done?

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Hard slides going into second base are a part of baseball history, Chris Coghlan‘s slide which unfortunately broke Jung Ho Kang‘s leg sparks a discussion if a new rule needs to be written. Pittsburgh Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle did not talk about the injury to Kang after the game, because he Continue reading Hard Slides into Second: What Can Be Done?

Magic Number: 10

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Hey guys!  The Chicago Cubs have won yet again!  This time, it was an extra-inning affair that took until the 12th, with the bullpen pulling their weight until Anthony Rizzo could deliver a sac fly with an audible “FUCK YEAH” throw in for good measure.  Hector Rondon got the win/save/who Continue reading Magic Number: 10

Highlights from a Cubs Doubleheader

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The Chicago Cubs split a doubleheader with the Pittsburgh Pirates, winning the nightcap behind a strong pitching performance from Jon Lester and some timely defense.  Lester even picked a guy off after Starling Marte took off way too early when Lester stared him down. I think the most important play, Continue reading Highlights from a Cubs Doubleheader

Random Cubs thoughts before the off day

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These days, it is surprising and somewhat disappointing when the Chicago Cubs lose a game, whether it’s to the best team in the majors, or the worst.  On Sunday, it was the worst, as the Cubs dropped a winnable game to the Philadelphia Phillies.  Rather than whine about it or Continue reading Random Cubs thoughts before the off day

Anthony Rizzo’s 100th, and here’s to many more

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Fine offense, defense, and just enough pitching allowed the Chicago Cubs to defeat the St. Louis Cardinals to take the series with a chance to sweep on Wednesday afternoon. We had a milestone as Anthony Rizzo blasted his 100th career homer to put the Cubs up early: Your browser does Continue reading Anthony Rizzo’s 100th, and here’s to many more

As Cubs Inch Closer to the Wild Card, Playoff Roster Decisions Loom

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As the Chicago Cubs march into St. Louis to play the dreaded Cardinals, we cannot help but believe they are on their way to the playoffs. With a healthy lead over the Washington Nationals and San Fransisco Giants for the second Wild Card, how can we not? Believing the Cubs Continue reading As Cubs Inch Closer to the Wild Card, Playoff Roster Decisions Loom