Random dream sequence with Stephen Piscotty

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Just before I awoke this fine Sunday morning (actually, it’s rather gloomy out), I had a very random and vivid dream about…I can’t even begin to interpret it. My brain works in mysterious ways as I do 6-degrees-of-Kevin Bacon type connections so maybe it stemmed from that mechanism.  Maybe it’s Continue reading Random dream sequence with Stephen Piscotty

So…what about the American League?

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With their latest victory, the Chicago Cubs guaranteed that they would have at least the third best record in Major League Baseball, since at 96 wins banked, they will finish 2015 with a better possible record than any American League opponent.  The Cardinals are still Devil Magic and the Pirates Continue reading So…what about the American League?

The Cubs Are Fighting to the Finish

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In a game where it seemed like the Chicago Cubs left a million guys on base, they still ended up with the victory.  Granted, it was a 1-0 victory and the big boys in Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo couldn’t get any runs in when it really mattered, but thanks Continue reading The Cubs Are Fighting to the Finish

The 2015 Cubs Making History Again

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As is usually the case against not-so-good teams these days, the Chicago Cubs triumphed yet again, and in doing so, set another record: With Logan Schafer striking out, @Cubs pitchers broke their own record for most Ks in a single season in NL History. pic.twitter.com/05NS0q14S4 — ESPN Stats & Info Continue reading The 2015 Cubs Making History Again

Starlin “#0haters” Castro

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Anybody that follows the Cubs on the daily know that Starlin Castro is on an absolute tear lately. Since being benched, Starlin has come to life and has adapted to his less involved role. He had to watch a 21 year old take the spot he has ruled over since Continue reading Starlin “#0haters” Castro

Wake Me Up When September Ends

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The Chicago Cubs won again on the last night of September, marking yet another winning month in a surprising-yet-not-surprising season. Cubs will be 19-9 in Sept. Had a winning month each month of the season. That's impressive. Especially those first few — Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiCubs) October 1, 2015 I had Continue reading Wake Me Up When September Ends

Be Like This Cubs Fan

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Enjoy tonight, folks. Your browser does not support iframes. Oh my goodness. I’m kind of bummed that he seems to have injured his arm, but at least he had a great time! It’s been over 20 years since the last known Truffle Shuffle on screen, eh?

Hope we’ll see you at home again, Cubs

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Thanks to a pinch-hit home run by Chris Denorfia, the Chicago Cubs defeated the Kansas City Royals, winning their suspended season series and wrapping their regular season home record at 49-32.  That’s pretty good. Your browser does not support iframes. On the road, the Cubs are 42-33 with six games left Continue reading Hope we’ll see you at home again, Cubs

The NL should Fear Jake Arrieta

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Jake Arrieta cruised to his 21st win of the season and brought his ERA down to 1.82. I mean the guy could have won the game by himself out there. He goes out and throws 6.0 perfect innings and even adds a dinger because you know Jake Arrieta is the Continue reading The NL should Fear Jake Arrieta

The Cubs Know How to Throw a Party

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Regardless of it being a loss yesterday the Cubs still threw one hell of a party. All the Cub hating trolls are coming out and saying, “Who celebrates a loss” or “I guess Cubs are accustomed to celebrating losses.” Shut your mouths. I do not care what you think because Continue reading The Cubs Know How to Throw a Party