On the latest Dreamcast, Anno asked if there was an actual rule that mandated a glove change for when exaggerated shifts occurred. As far as I could tell from scanning the rules, there are only a few stipulations on gloves that can be used by fielders on defense: The catcher Continue reading The Adventures of Anthony Rizzo, Fantasy Second Baseman
In many ways, I suppose we learned a lot from yesterday’s “Morongate” scandal on the World Series Dreaming community boards. Flat out starting the headline with “Joe Maddon is a Moron” was probably not the nicest thing to do, but I set out to perform a bit of a social Continue reading Reading is Fundamental!
Saturday’s game was a bit of a letdown, and for the first time in a while, I actually had to turn off the Chicago Cubs as they just could not get it going in Southern California. Instead, I spent about an hour washing dishes. It was kind of therapeutic, as Continue reading Pressing On
The Cubs got their asses kicked on Saturday night, and yeah, they have other things to worry about, but how about this: Your browser does not support iframes. Just the previous half-inning, Miguel Montero had come in to make things a bit more interesting and burn another Yankees pitcher with Continue reading The Unsung Hero
A day after volunteering at the Race to Wrigley, and having to wake up at an obscene hour without much time in between to nap, I was eating my older cereal quickly so we could have a shot at digging into the new Championship Edition RizzOs (they’re great!) the wife Continue reading Cubs Slaying Monsters and Narratives
The shortest offseason in Chicago Cubs history meant that we didn’t have to wait quite as long to see the first home game of the new season. It did, however, mean that the construction crews had to fast-track their work to prepare Wrigley Field and the surrounding area for fans Continue reading The Cubs Home Opener…How Do We Feel?
Disaster. That is the only way to describe the mess the Chicago Cubs find themselves in after the latest mishap. Fans have been waiting five months to see what the Cubs historic World Series ring would look like after they won the first World Series championship in 108 years. The Continue reading Cubs to Delay Ring Ceremony to a Future Day Yet to be Determined
There were something like 16 billion articles written on the Chicago Cubs’ 2016 World Series championship run, and while those are all nice, sometimes you need to watch the highlights and relive the glory. And if you’re in a long stretch between games, or you don’t find certain sporting events Continue reading So Much Cubs Glory For Those Times You’re Bored
The Chicago Cubs are still in spring training, where most of the games are meaningless in so far as the results don’t matter so much as the process. As long as nobody gets hurt and everyone gets their work in, it will all be okay come Opening Day. In other Continue reading It’s OK to Have Fun In Baseball
Image: Chicago Tribune Thursday was National Meatball Day and we at Breitbart Sports are here to point out what the professional meatballs at ESPN — whose ratings are plummeting after supporting noted leftist and Black Panther 49ers quarterback Colin Cowherd’s flag insulting protest — are hiding today. The Chicago Cubs will feature aptly named closer Continue reading BREITBART EXCLUSIVE: Leftist Cub Wears Cap To Left To Taunt Working Class