Cubs Add Aging Catcher with History of Back Problems

Photo: Patrick Breen/The Arizona Republic

The Cubs, today, agreed to take on a 31 year old catcher, coming off the two worst years of his career for the next three years, at an average value of over $13M per year…and in true form, Cubs fans Continue reading

The Waiting Game Sucks


I have spent far too much time in hospital waiting rooms this year waiting for news on loved ones who are having surgery. Waiting for news of any kind is pure agony. Not knowing can be torture. The unknown will Continue reading

Joe Maddon Will Not Cure What Ails the Cubs

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Removing ourselves from the pep rally press conference introducing Joe Maddon as the new manager of the Cubs by a day, one thing remains true about this team…they’re not ready to compete as constructed. That shouldn’t be an insane statement.  After Continue reading

Dreamcast 45: The Offseason Cometh


It’s been FOREVER since we’ve done one of these, and since it’s #45, we’ll dedicate it to Sean Marshall, the former Cubs legend, who got us a useful though flawed piece in Travis Wood and who we hope will bounce Continue reading

I’ve Got Your Number On the Wall

(Charles Rex Arbogast, AP)

Watching some football right now, and here’s Chris Kamka doing his thing as usual:   The #Cubs have never employed a lineup that starts with 8675309 (with 0 as DH). The closest might be Mike Quade‘s 6/20/11 lineup (9675302) — Continue reading

Joe Maddon: Your NEW Cubs Manager (Announcement Monday)


We saw this coming as a legitimate possibility since last week Friday when Joe Maddon officially resigned as Tampa Bay Rays manager. Many smart people around the game quickly connect the Chicago Cubs to Maddon, citing they would be a Continue reading

Is the Cubs hiring of Maddon Unethical? No


Okay, I need to get something off my chest. I am a little upset with the reaction of Bob Nightengale who called the Chicago Cubs unethical for firing Rick Renteria to hire Joe Maddon after only one season. If he Continue reading

Ricketts’ Wrecking Ball


I admit that this is a bit of a stretch. Wait, no it’s not. Tom Ricketts and the Chicago Cubs are literally tearing Wrigley Field apart and while they’re not using real wrecking balls (they do have to protect the Continue reading


Goodbye old bleachers.

Look at this picture.  What emotions are going through your mind right now? Here’s another picture: You can check out our Facebook page’s thread here, but the gist of it is that the Chicago Cubs were dead serious about getting Continue reading

Wrigley Field is naked and mooning the neighbors

Sure could've used a Jumbotron tonight!

Well, they’re doing it!  With Saturday’s “groundbreaking” on the horizon, check out these pictures from The Wrigley Blog:   Brick Wall Down #WrigleyRenovation — Wrigley Blog (@WrigleyBlog) October 9, 2014 Wrigley Field down Waveland Ave. #brickless — Wrigley Continue reading