Get Ready For the Next Spring Training Hero. Just Don’t Read Too Much Into His Performance

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Finally, the day we have all waited for is upon us. By the end of the day today, all position players will have joined the pitchers in camp for Spring Training. Full squad workouts, inner squad games and yes, Spring Training games will begin shortly. With all these fun baseball Continue reading Get Ready For the Next Spring Training Hero. Just Don’t Read Too Much Into His Performance

Cubs Convention coming up!

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Every year I seem to follow the same cycle.  The season ends, and I spend a few weeks almost relieved that baseball is over (especially the past few years).  For as bad as they have been, I still made sure that I tuned in to every single game, whether it Continue reading Cubs Convention coming up!

Cubs Designate Bryan LaHair For Assignment as They Prepare For the Rule 5 Draft

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As the Rule Five draft looms in the near future, the deadline for teams to set their 40 man roster arrives today. With that being the case, the Chicago Cubs made a flurry of moves to ensure that players who would be vulnerable to the draft, that the club valued, Continue reading Cubs Designate Bryan LaHair For Assignment as They Prepare For the Rule 5 Draft

Castro and LaHair Make the All Star Game, but the Game Has Become a Joke

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Today, Major League Baseball announced their 2012 rosters for their annual All Star game, and surprisingly enough the Chicago Cubs get to see two of their very own make the squad. Starlin Castro and Bryan LaHair get the call as reserves, neither one meriting enough fan votes to crack the Continue reading Castro and LaHair Make the All Star Game, but the Game Has Become a Joke

One Third Into The Theo Era

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I have been struggling with what I would like to say about how things are going this year however, everyone pretty much is able to already determine how the season is going. We are just over one-third into the Theo Era with the Cubs and 2012 is probably already finished Continue reading One Third Into The Theo Era

Cubs Round-Up 5/04-5/09

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So, how about those Cubs? Like Anno pointed out, The Cubs won these last two series against two of the best teams in the National League. I have really enjoyed watching this team play, especially lately. It’s amazing how the team you love will change your day around just by Continue reading Cubs Round-Up 5/04-5/09

Cubs Round-Up, 04/23-05/03

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It’s been a fun ten days, what a difference a week makes. The Cubs showed us that they can actually play well and beat good teams. I have to say that I was very impressed with the way they played these last three series, maybe my whole “don’t expect too Continue reading Cubs Round-Up, 04/23-05/03

Offense, or the lack of it

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  By now you know I’ve been gloating like a crazyman about winning the 70 runs in April bet.  Again, this isn’t to say that the Cubs are a good team (they’re not), just that they’re not going to be deadball era bad.  With 82 runs scored in 23 games, Continue reading Offense, or the lack of it

Top Ten List: Things to be positive about even though the Cubs suck

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Now we know that the Cubs were going to be pretty bad in 2012, because they don’t have a true superstar (Matt Garza and Starlin Castro are good but they’re closer to B-listers, unfortunately) and they’re average at best in some categories while atrocious at others.  But take heart, Cubs Continue reading Top Ten List: Things to be positive about even though the Cubs suck

The Opening Day 25 Man Roster For Your 2012 Chicago Cubs Is All But Set

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The Chicago Cubs roster for the 2012 season is all but set, though an official announcement on the bullpen jobs will not be announced until Wednesday. Fans can finally get a look at what their team will look like on opening day and have some sort of idea just what Continue reading The Opening Day 25 Man Roster For Your 2012 Chicago Cubs Is All But Set