Inconsistency has been the theme of the season so far for the Chicago Cubs, which has contributed to plenty of fan frustration and the .500-ish record to this point. Despite the fun times that the Cubs players have tried to give us, I can totally understand why the fans and Continue reading In Search of Consistency
There were a few really good things that happened for the Chicago Cubs and their fans on Thursday. We can start with the part where the weather actually didn’t suck and the Cubs got to play a baseball game in relatively mild conditions compared to their games on Hoth the Continue reading 300 Already?
Let’s be very honest. The 2018 version of the Chicago Cubs has been an early disappointment, and it’s been a mystery as to why they have been so inconsistent given how good they are supposed to be on paper. However, we then look at teams like the Giants and Dodgers, Continue reading A Different Brand of Frustration
After early season feelings of doom, the Chicago Cubs managed to secure a winning road trip before heading home to Wrigley Field for Monday’s home opener. Having already taken two of the first three (and potentially, they could have swept those if not for some stupidity), taking the finale was Continue reading Good Brew
I’m pretty sure the Cubs are glad that they are going to their actual home soon, but it’s nice to know that they can play in front of a home crowd even in another state. Between all the sniping on social media between the two teams and their fanbases, the Continue reading Better to be Lucky AND Good!
I want to begin this by remarking at how on the ball most of us were about the roster and lineup as the Chicago Cubs cruised into Opening Day against the Miami Marlins. I decided to do some grading while watching the game at home, so the good things happening Continue reading Opening Day Cubs Highlight Reel
The Cubs hosted the White Sox for the second time on Saturday, with one split squad getting day duty while the other would face the Dodgers in the night game. Joe Maddon had a silly lineup going for both contests: Too early for these fun and games: pic.twitter.com/DbiCtVBmAS — Mark Continue reading Crosstown Rivalry, Just Two Thousand Miles Away
We got our first night time Chicago Cubs spring training game, and it happened to be televised on Wednesday night. It’s been a busy week, with Yu Darvish‘s Cubs debut, Jon Lester‘s fun throwing issues, and learning about how fun spring training can be down in Arizona. The Cubs will Continue reading World Series Rematch…During Spring Training
The Cubs continued their points streak after a Cactus League-opening loss, with wins bookending a few ties here and there. The game against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim which is a suburb in the Los Angeles metropolitan area did not feature Shohei Ohtani, who could have been a heck Continue reading Even the Cubs Backups Are Chipping In
I had to work during the first televised Cubs game of the season (grumble) but that does mean that highlights are available soon after the game, so hooray! If you missed it earlier, Jon Lester was named the Opening Day starter, although Joe Maddon hasn’t committed to a rotation yet. Continue reading Cubs Spring Highlights While You Were At Work