Happy Valentine’s Day Cubs fans! As you know, I love the Chicago Cubs. I have been a die hard fan of the North Siders for as long as I can remember. Baseball was, is and always be my first love. I remember watching the Cubs when I was younger, watching Continue reading You Gotta Love the Cubs
With this being the All Star break for Major League Baseball, and there being no real baseball for fans of the Chicago Cubs to enjoy until at least Friday. The Cubs, of course, have two All Stars playing on the team in Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo who are core Continue reading Your All Time Chicago Cubs Team
As we inch closer to Opening Day, keep track of our countdown lineup here. The Ivy Aside from the iconic scoreboard and the marquee on Clark and Addison, the most distinctive feature of Wrigley Field is the ivy-covered outfield walls. While it is a drag that the Cubs can’t advertise Continue reading Road to Opening Day: #37
Hello fellow Cubs fans! I saw Anno’s call out asking for female fans who love the Cubbies and love to write, so here I am. I’m excited to participate in this site with the other bloggers and readers and talk about my favorite team! I’ve been a Cubs fan as Continue reading Hi there!
Last night, we were treated to the Carlos Beltran Show. You may still be a bit pissed off about the “non-tag” at home plate when Beltran threw a strike to home plate and Yadier Molina sort of just sat there and took the charge from Mark Ellis. But the point Continue reading On Carlos Beltran and a Love For Baseball
After a whirlwind weekend and trying to get back to “real life”, I finally have a chance to sit down and give my take on the Convention this past weekend. Now, keep in mind, I went to the Convention with my 13 year old son who lives and breathes baseball, Continue reading Cubs Convention 2013- Mixed review.
Today is the day many people have been waiting for (or perhaps dreading) for years. The Hall of Fame ballots have been announced, and there are some very big names on this list. You have Curt Schilling, Craig Biggio as well as Mike Piazza making their first appearance on the Continue reading The Steroid Era Facing Their Toughest Test. The Hall of Fame
Alfonso Soriano hit his 20th homerun of the season yesterday against the Cincinnati Reds. In doing so, Soriano joined some pretty exclusive lists. He is one of three current players to have hit 20 HR in 11 consecutive seasons. The other two players are Albert Pujols and David Ortiz. Soriano Continue reading Soriano and the Hawk