Over the past few years, Theo Epstein has been rebuilding the Chicago Cubs with the idea they were modeling themselves after the Boston Red Sox and the St. Louis Cardinals. Both are worthy franchises to model yourself after, as both have great farm systems with a lot of depth, who Continue reading The Cubs Can Learn From the Blackhawks
Five years ago today, I was at a game that I will always remember. The date was June 13, 2010 and on that day many things happened that would make this day one to remember. On that day, the Chicago Cubs hosted the Chicago White Sox in their annual cross Continue reading The Best Game I Ever Saw Live
If you’re from Chicago, or just love hockey in general, you probably noticed that the Chicago Blackhawks are once again Stanley Cup champions. It’s amazing what will happen when a competent front office takes a once-floundering team and turns it into a perennial contender, and, without exaggeration, forms the best Continue reading So winning a championship feels kinda nice
Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune, in his Sunday March 10, 2013 column, discusses that the Ricketts Family is considering a mascot for the Chicago Cubs. I for one personally find that to be a big mistake and having a mascot would detract from the experience of being at Wrigley Continue reading A Mascot, Really???!!!!!!!
Since the Tom Ricketts and the Chicago Cubs hired Theo Epstein as the new President of Baseball Operations and Jed Hoyer as the new General Manager, fans have had sky high expectations about the future of their team. While there are many fans who understand what exactly the new management Continue reading Cubs Fans Need to Sit Back and Enjoy the Ride