Ivy’s Roundup: Walk It Off

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This rain needs to stop, for reals.  Here’s what happened to our Chicago Cubs over the past week or so… Chicago Cubs @ Detroit Tigers, Comerica Park 6/9: L Cubs 0, Tigers 6 W: Sanchez (4-7) L: Lester (4-5) As Continue reading

You Can’t Help But Smile…

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There was plenty to be mad about tonight (or last night, since this took forever to finish). We could’ve been mad that the game between the Cincinnati Reds and the Chicago Cubs wasn’t called due to rain when the Cubs Continue reading

Oh You KNOW You Want Some Cubs Tickets…

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Let’s take a little trip, back to October 4, 2003 – Game 4 of the National League Divisional Series, the Chicago Cubs hosted the Atlanta Braves. Armed with some cash and a desire to see playoff baseball at Wrigley Field, Continue reading

Cubs Will Buy in 15, But Probably from Bargain Bin

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As the draft approaches, and subsequently passes, the hot stove is going to turn up again as teams take a look at where they are.  For the first time in six years, the Cubs can look at themselves and feel Continue reading

Ivy’s Roundup: Let’s Just Call This a Sweep

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The Chicago Cubs are treading water until some guys come back from the disabled list or more reinforcements arrive from the farm system.  I think they’re doing okay.  How about you? Here we go… Chicago Cubs @ Cincinnati Reds, Great Continue reading

If we are overreacting over small samples, the Cubs are on pace for 91 wins

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The Chicago Cubs are now 9-7, having just defeated the Cincinnati Reds in the series opener at the Great American Ballpark.  They were also wearing some weird-looking throwback uniforms.  I mean, they look okay, but the piping and the wonky Continue reading

Ivy’s Roundup: I Hate Ties

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It’s important, even though I know we’re all human and have feels, that we realize that the season is 162 games long and the Chicago Cubs have barely played 15, which is not even 10% of the season yet.  It’s Continue reading

Ivy’s Recap: You’ve got Reds on you

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The Chicago Cubs won their last series, and entered the series with the Cincinnati Reds with a shot at taking first place.  So how did they do?  Well… Cincinnati Reds @ Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field 4/13: W Cubs 7, Reds Continue reading

Let’s Pretend the Cubs Have to Add At the Deadline: Johnny Cueto Edition

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Okay, let’s start by saying that we have established that the 2015 Chicago Cubs season isn’t actually doomed yet.  Let’s further suggest that because the Cubs are expected to improve and should get reinforcements from the minors, they should be Continue reading

The NL Central Preview Series: Can the Chicago Cubs Sneak In?

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As Spring Training continues and the Chicago Cubs pare down their roster to the final 25 heading to the under-construction Wrigley Field come Opening Night, Andy took the last week to preview all five teams in the National League Central Continue reading