My Look At 2012

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  Two weeks into the 2012 season and I finally have a few moments to put together my season preview for our beloved Chicago Cubs.  Four wins and twelve loses to start is season is not truthfully what I anticipated coming out of Spring Training. Seemed that there was a Continue reading My Look At 2012

In a Year Where the Cubs Face a Power Outage, Fans Should Embrace Soriano

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Since signing an eight year $136 Million contract with the Chicago Cubs five years ago, Alfonso Soriano has been the target of fans angst for a number of reasons. Whether their chief complaint is being well over paid (thank you very much John McDonough) or his lack of production, Cubs Continue reading In a Year Where the Cubs Face a Power Outage, Fans Should Embrace Soriano

Batting average is sooooo 20th Century…

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As we bid farewell to Carlos Pena, who earned the Cubs another sandwich round pick (between the first and second rounds) in this year’s amateur draft, there are some things that need to be cleared up about Pena’s value to a club.  We know that Pena has a pretty poor Continue reading Batting average is sooooo 20th Century…

Rice Cube is a Nostradumbass

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  Okay, so previously I had written a predictions blog summarizing what I thought would happen to various Cubs players and Cubs transaction targets.  Let’s see how many I got wrong, because while the new Cubs front office guys might be good professional predictors, I am not.  Yeah, it’s looking Continue reading Rice Cube is a Nostradumbass

I love it when a plan comes together…

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Actually, I have no idea what the plan is, and judging from the confusion and frustration in the Cubs blogosphere and among our own followers, that’s not likely to change anytime soon.  I proposed a likely scenario towards the end of the last article where the Cubs are attempting a stealth Continue reading I love it when a plan comes together…

Post Turkey Coma Stuff

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  Welcome back to World Series Dreaming after the Thanksgiving holiday.  We’re a week away from the Winter Meetings and finding out whether Ron Santo will finally get into the Hall of Fame (great timing right).  So we’re going to try to condense all the shenanigans that have gone on Continue reading Post Turkey Coma Stuff

General Manager Meetings Day #1 Thoughts

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Baseball’s General Manager meetings have begun today, and while the Chicago Cubs have not made any moves, as far as signings of players or hiring of a manager, they are still in the news for a few reasons. So I am here to just give off a few thoughts on Continue reading General Manager Meetings Day #1 Thoughts