A World Series Dreaming Contest


With baseball season just around the corner, here at World Series Dreaming, we want to make some updates. If you have been a fan of our Facebook page or  twitter the past few seasons, you know that we post a Continue reading

Could the Cubs Be On the Verge of Buying the Rooftops?


This morning on WSCR 670 The Score, the idea of Tom Ricketts and the Chicago Cubs buying the rooftops was suggested to representatives of both the Cubs and the rooftop owners. Strangely enough, the idea was not shot down by Continue reading

Hot Sports Take, Countdown to Spring Training: #14


By tomorrow evening, we will have about 10 inches of snow on the ground, and I really apologize, I hate to continue talking about the weather, but that’s really the only exciting thing that is going on here in Chicago. Continue reading

Hot Sports Take: Countdown to Spring Training #15


We continue our countdown of the 20 Hottest MLB players today. Here is today’s pick:   #15 – Brandon Crawford           #35|SS|SF Giants   Born: January 21, 1987 (27) Birthplace: Mountain View, CA Height: 6’2” Weight: Continue reading

When Will Epstein’s Time Here Run Out?


At the end of the 2011 season, Tom Ricketts and the Chicago Cubs hired Theo Epstein to be the new President of Baseball Operations. In addition to Epstein, the Cubs also hired Jed Hoyer to be the new General Manager. Continue reading

Jim Callis talks about the Cubs and prospects


Jim Callis was making the rounds on radio stations around the country tonight, and was on WGN tonight:   I’ll talk @Cubs & the @MLBPipeline Top 100 w/@thekapman on @WGNRadio (720 AM) in Chicago at 7:35 pm CT. — Jim Continue reading

The Cubs need another starter, probably


Here’s Bruce Levine with a near-Captain Obvious statement:   Cubs working the free agent pitching list for at least one more stater. — Bruce Levine (@MLBBruceLevine) January 28, 2014   I assume he means a “starter” because Bruce isn’t known Continue reading

Remembering 1984


I was not able to get back to Chicago to attend this year’s Cubs Convention (Behind the Ivy recaps the 2014 event here), though I have attended a convention before and it was awesome. I was able to join the Continue reading

It’s On: Cubs apply for permit for right-field signage (Updated)


After the events of the Cubs Convention and some stalled negotiations with the rooftops, it appears that the Cubs are forcing the issue of renovation by formally applying for a permit to erect the 650 square-foot right field sign.  You Continue reading

Hot Sports Take, Count Down Edition (#20)


As I type this, the current temperature is -3F so thoughts of warm summer nights full of baseball are just that, thoughts. So to warm us up and make the time go by a lot faster I decided to round Continue reading