Grandpa Rossy is 100

Hey hey, Grandpa showing them kids what's up!
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Take that for what you will, but check this out: Your browser does not support iframes. #Cubs Lester presented Ross with bottle of champagne and Maddon gave him bottle of wine after hitting HR No. 100 — Carrie Muskat (@CarrieMuskat) May 27, 2016 Of course everyone is excited as the Continue reading Grandpa Rossy is 100

Jorge Soler Sees a Victory

Game Winner!  (Jeff Roberson/AP)

Check this out, as the Chicago Cubs eked out a series win: Your browser does not support iframes. This was when the Cubs were nursing a dangerously slim lead, right before Kris Bryant gave them a more comfortable lead before the St. Louis Cardinals used up the remainder of their Continue reading Jorge Soler Sees a Victory

Back to Normal, Right?


The Chicago Cubs just picked up win #30 on the season.  In so doing, they also made the Cardinals pitchers throw over 200 pitches right before getaway day, also known as Jake Arrieta Day.  Defense was the name of the game, and included one snazzy pick by Justin Grimm… Your Continue reading Back to Normal, Right?

Don’t Run on Grandpa Rossy and Other Cubs Items

Only time it's OK to slide into first base!

(AP Photo/Morry Gash)

If you’re just waking up, the Chicago Cubs FINALLY beat the Milwaukee Brewers in extra innings.  And per the box score, everyone pitched in.  And if the game had gone even further, you may have seen Jake Arrieta in left field with one of the position players still on the Continue reading Don’t Run on Grandpa Rossy and Other Cubs Items

Congrats, RizzO’s Winners!


While we continue to come to terms with the fact that the Chicago Cubs are very good at baseball, which is fine to be proud of, we must also remember that a big part of the reason they are so good is because of the people who make up the Continue reading Congrats, RizzO’s Winners!

Javier Baez lifts a baseball and our spirits into orbit

(AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

In an EXTREMELY long baseball contest, the Chicago Cubs finally hooked me up after 13 grueling innings: Please #Cubs? — Rice Cube (@CubicSnarkonia) May 8, 2016 The man who obliged with the walk off for the win?  Well, no other than one Javier Baez: Your browser does not support Continue reading Javier Baez lifts a baseball and our spirits into orbit

Don’t Apologize For Feeling Good About the Cubs

CHICAGO, IL - MAY 07: Ryan Kalish (C) of the Chicago Cubs reacts after hitting a two RBI single against the Washington Nationals during the sixth inning on May 7, 2016 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)

By now you know that I went out with the family to watch Captain America: Civil War and am fully #TeamCap.  While we were in the theaters, the Chicago Cubs had their hands full with a very good Washington Nationals team, but as I came out of the theater after Continue reading Don’t Apologize For Feeling Good About the Cubs

Getting Into Their Heads

Oct 6, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates center fielder Andrew McCutchen (22) reacts after hitting a double against the St. Louis Cardinals in game three of the National League divisional series playoff baseball game at PNC Park. Mandatory Credit: H.Darr Beiser-USA TODAY Sports

As you are no doubt aware by now, the Chicago Cubs swept the Pittsburgh Pirates in their first series since the NL Wild Card game.  The box score has some very silly-looking slash lines and ERAs, and while the ERA isn’t the end-all/tell-all of Cubs pitching, it’s safe to say Continue reading Getting Into Their Heads

Quick Thoughts


Every so often, even powerful juggernaut type teams will sputter.  I guess the best news for today’s game is that the Chicago Cubs fought back, generally played well except for a bad hiccup in one inning, and had a chance to win in their last at-bat if not for a Continue reading Quick Thoughts

Enjoying the Ride

(AP Photo: Paul Beaty)

On a day when the weather wasn’t at its best, and neither was the Chicago Cubs’ ace, our favorite team still found a way to win, and win big.  Jake Arrieta wasn’t his usual efficient self (can’t no-hit them all the time), walking four guys and throwing way too many Continue reading Enjoying the Ride