Damn Yankees!

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As you may know, we at WSD are very interested to see whether the Cubs make good on the rumor that they are prioritizing the signing of Japanese super-pitcher Masahiro Tanaka.  Dabynsky had previously written about the pitching possibilities for Continue reading

Always Something

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Tonight, Ken Rosenthal treated us to a gem of a tweet:   Sources: E. Santana seeking $100M, Nolasco $80M on five-year deals. Story: http://t.co/q8iNLosRrr — Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) November 8, 2013   I was at the neighborhood Chipotle at the Continue reading

Brad Ausmus goes to Detroit, thus signaling the end of the world

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Tonight, we got some disappointing news:   Say it with me now… FUCK! I wanted him here. RT @Ken_Rosenthal: Source: #Tigers to hire Ausmus as manager. First reported @AdamSpolane. — WorldSeriesDreaming (@WSDreaming_Cubs) November 3, 2013   It seems Brad Ausmus Continue reading

Replay Experiment is Nigh

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As Cubs prospects continue to blister the baseball in the Arizona Fall League, Major League Baseball is going to perform their own experiment with replay expansion.  According to Jeff Passan of Yahoo! Sports, MLB will start testing the newly proposed Continue reading

Dave Kaplan on Cubs managerial candidates

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While watching the two active Chicago teams tonight, Dave Kaplan decided to call up some guys he knows (I guess) and talk about managerial possibilities for the Cubs going forward on his Twitter feed. Let’s summarize: Kaplan’s source(s) suggest that Continue reading

Why did Girardi Choose to Stay a Yankee Manager

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Joe Girardi‘s return as manager of the New York Yankees was all about family. FAMILY!!! Many people I know in this world of ours value various things in their life but the #1 thing for me in life like Joe Continue reading

The Empty Feeling At the End

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The Cubs just lost, which means the Cardinals will be guaranteed home-field advantage through the National League portion of the playoffs.  The good news?  The Cubs kept their no-hitter destruction streak alive.  They didn’t score in every single game (including Continue reading

Playoff Chaos

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As you know, the Cubs weren’t able to do any trolling today, losing to the rival St. Louis Cardinals.  Starlin Castro had a pretty good game, though.  That was nice. The unfortunate thing about being the Cubs this late in Continue reading

National League Central Conspiracy Theory

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Tonight, the Cubs lost to the Pirates in not-so-surprising fashion (we’ll get to that later).  Scott Baker was actually pretty good up until he gave up the home run to Jose Tabata.  Still, he held the Pirates to a single Continue reading

#Progress

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Once upon a time, Anno talked about #progress on our sister site.  “Progress” is a subjective term, and each individual has his own definition of it as it pertains to the Cubs. According to some factions, #progress can only be Continue reading