Being a Cubs Parent

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Today, while the Cubs were about to lose their final game in Atlanta and get swept before their home opener, I was driving the family over to my son’s friend’s birthday party and listening to the last of the Cubs’ Continue reading

Here’s all the stuff that you missed because you didn’t click a very informative link

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For the most part y’all don’t read the blog via Facebook. I get that on a level, we all have busy lives and I’d hate for you to lose your job on account of us. This has led to some Continue reading

A Tale of Two Legends

Y U dive when U no have chance?
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The devastating news du jour as pitchers and catchers reported today was that Cubs legend (TM) Tony Campana was designated for assignment and thus likely exposed to waivers assuming that the Cubs can’t trade him.  There is actually a good Continue reading

There’s a first time for everything

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Right around the time winter finally hit Chicago I was teased with a small summer preview. My spirit aches to smile into the yellow summer sun on a hot day, cool beverage in hand and hopefully plenty of hot women Continue reading

A Cubs story in pictures: The PokeCubs

Hi, my name is Jed. I was young once. That was back then. Before all the misfortune and before the world had beat me into submission. I'm old and broken now. Baseball GM's end up like that. Being a GM means you get hired to get fired, and when it was all done, when my time as a baseball person had ended, I can honestly say it was worth it, even though the price was high. Let's go back and look at my story.
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*taps the mic* Hello, this thing on? Yes? Ok cool. Hi. I’m known as The New Guy around these parts. I do weird stuff for the most part, and when I have time I go into the analytic side of Continue reading

Giving Thanks

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We gripe and gripe about everything all year, including the Cubs and how incredibly crappy they are, but this time is for the giving of thanks and being thankful for what we have.  There’s the usual suspects, i.e. health, family, Continue reading

The Anti-Meatball Guide to the Cubs Offseason

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OK, first things first… No matter what you hear, no matter what you read (sorry Rice), no matter what comes across twitter: the Cubs are not in the Zack Greinke sweepstakes. After last winter’s free agent free for all that Continue reading

WSD Contest: Win a Pass to the 2013 Cubs Convention

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First of all…sweet mother of Mark DeRosa, Cardinals.  You really are black magic.  The Washington Nationals are going to catch all kinds of flak now for not having Stephen Strasburg active, but really, the non-Strasburg Nats didn’t pull enough of Continue reading

Top Ten List: Diversity in Cubs Fandom

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Let’s see, we had some words from Theo Epstein today, and the playoffs are about to get started.  We can talk about any number of things, but if I’ve learned anything over the past few years of running this page Continue reading

The Looming Threat of Elimination (plus, we might as well thank you for reading our blog)

Most triumphant!
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The Cubs have an off-day today as they travel back to Chicago for a homestand.  Their elimination number is currently ONE in the wild card race.  Tonight, the current team holding the second wild card (the St. Louis Cardinals) will Continue reading