A Day to Be Thankful


Happy Thanksgiving to one and all from all of us here at World Series Dreaming. Today is the day that we are supposed to sit back and remember what we are thankful for. As a whole, we generally do not Continue reading

Ryan Theriot Should Probably Just Stop Talking


Ryan Theriot, was once a beloved figure around Wrigleyville. With his hustle and grit, he was instantly a fan favorite; especially with the ladies. Even after he left the Cubs organization, and traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers, he still Continue reading

Ahem…About that World Series


So while the Cubs were upstaging the main event, there was a very exciting Game Seven going on in Kansas City.  Anno thought the Royals would win.  I said the Giants would win, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it Continue reading



Anno just wrote that he says the Royals will win the World Series.  Since I have my own rooting interests and I favor the Giants, let’s just say… Giants win. Wouldn’t be surprised if it went the full seven, though. Continue reading

A World Series Preview, From August

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The World Series (sans the Chicago Cubs) is set to begin Tuesday. The American League Champion Kansas City Royals will be hosting the National League Champion San Francisco Giants. While the Cubs are not playing, they are happy to be Continue reading

Thank You Paul Konerko


The city of Chicago is about to say goodbye to one of the best players in the long history of Chicago baseball. Overshadowed by the retirement of New York Yankee legend and Hall of Fame shortstop Derek Jeter, Paul Konerko‘s Continue reading

Labels don’t matter if he can play


Even though this is a baseball centered blog, sometimes news from elsewhere drifts in to baseball and gets you thinking. Today, remarks from Tony Dungy made me think about a few things, and I wanted to get some thoughts off Continue reading

The Cubs should probably wait on David Price


A few days ago Ken Rosenthal started a fire among fans of the Chicago Cubs when he started a rumor that they should trade for David Price. This self started rumor began to make Cub fans think and dream of Continue reading

Cardinals Directly Responsible For the National League’s Demise


Minor news first, about Emilio Bonifacio:   Emilio Bonifacio’s rehab assignment transferred to Double-A Tennessee. — Mark Gonzales (@MDGonzales) July 16, 2014 Come back soon Emilio! In the meantime, I don’t know if you forgot, but the National League lost Continue reading

Checking the Standings At the All-Star Break


I think I’ll check the individual player statistics when they update later on, but for now, with the Yankees-Orioles game having been rained out on Sunday night (seriously, why have a night game the Sunday before the All-Star break?), every Continue reading