The Cubs’ Trust In Their Defense

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You may have seen the highlights, over and over again, of Albert Almora helping the Chicago Cubs to a victory with a clutch go-ahead double.  What you may have missed here and there is the fact that defense was the name of the game, right up until the end: CFs Continue reading The Cubs’ Trust In Their Defense

Ivy’s Roundup: Boys and Men

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If there’s one thing we know about the St. Louis Cardinals, it’s that they are a very capable team across any era of space-time and that they seem to have the monopoly on Black Devil Magic.  Given the increased amount of Cardinal fan trolling on our page though, it’s only Continue reading Ivy’s Roundup: Boys and Men

World Series Dreaming at Wrigley Field, 6/23/2014

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I just got back from a fun but disappointing game at Wrigley Field in which the host Cubs dropped a late heartbreaker to the Cincinnati Reds, 6-1.  It was much closer than that for the longest time, and bear with me as I take you through our night at the Continue reading World Series Dreaming at Wrigley Field, 6/23/2014

A Tale of Two Seasons: Starlin Castro’s 2012

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Starlin Castro might be playing the best baseball of his career since June 12. That statement might seem odd since his batting average has dropped to its lowest point in his professional career, but there is a strong case to be made that will be laid out shortly. June 12th Continue reading A Tale of Two Seasons: Starlin Castro’s 2012