Cubs vs. Mets in NLCS

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Let the narrative begin.  The Chicago Cubs will be flying to New York City soon to take on the Mets, who just dispatched the Los Angeles Dodgers in going the distance in their NLDS.  Drew already did a quickie preview, and Sports Illustrated did a more thorough analysis on the Continue reading Cubs vs. Mets in NLCS

That Felt Great!

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Going into this year, if they were honest, most Chicago Cubs fans would have told you that they would have been happy with a .500 record after three years of crap. At 97 wins, the Cubs fans considered this a “bonus year” as they were assumed to have arrived into Continue reading That Felt Great!

The Art of the Slide

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Seems like this has become a huge issue so far this season for the MLB. I feel like it has been more hurtful this year than many of the years before. Sliding into second to break up a double play has brought down a few players so far. I mean Continue reading The Art of the Slide

Back to Wrigley

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Well what a good Sunday morning it is. Cubs are tied 1-1 with the Cardinals and they are riding a huge high of winning on the road and coming home to the dominant Jake Arrieta. I could not be more happy. Last nights game was a huge turn in the Continue reading Back to Wrigley

Oh, What a Night

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Well I can honestly say I do not think I took a breath on October 7th without thinking about the game. Naturally I was nervous, but who wasn’t? I mean I am confident with Arrieta on the bump, but still I get weird about these things so I worried. Well, Continue reading Oh, What a Night

Goodbye Pittsburgh, Hello St. Louis

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Last night, the Chicago Cubs won the National League Wild Card over the Pittsburgh Pirates. While Jake Arrieta shutdown the Pirates offense, this was a complete team win filled with many highlights. Kyle Schwarber did not waste any time getting the Cubs on the board in the first, then padding Continue reading Goodbye Pittsburgh, Hello St. Louis

Signs That the Cubs Have Some Baseball Magic on Their Side?

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I love baseball and I love baseball fans. But baseball fans are a funny bunch always looking for signs that their team is going to do well, or in line for something special.  We saw this in 2008 with my fellow Chicago Cubs fans. Everything was the first time since Continue reading Signs That the Cubs Have Some Baseball Magic on Their Side?

Arrogant? Nah, That is Called Confidence

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For the past week or so, I have been getting grief from a rival fan about my (and my follow Chicago Cub fans) confidence heading into the Wild Card game against Pittsburgh. I would understand this if the fan were a St. Louis Cardinals fan or even a Chicago White Continue reading Arrogant? Nah, That is Called Confidence

The Cubs are in the Playoffs!

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The Chicago Cubs are in the playoffs, and fans are getting excited! With the amazing play of the young rookies, Kris Bryant, Addison Russell and Kyle Schwarber, mixed in with the play of the veterans Anthony Rizzo and a re-energized and re-born Starlin Castro they have the offensive firepower to get Continue reading The Cubs are in the Playoffs!

Now That’s a Whole Lotta W’s

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97 Wins? A Rookie of the Year probable winner (Kris Bryant), a possible Cy Young Winner (Jake Arrieta), and a maybe a Manager of the Year winner (Joe Maddon)? This was one hell of a journey. I have matured over this season with these young guns on this Cubs lineup. Continue reading Now That’s a Whole Lotta W’s