The Cubs’ Full House

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The Chicago Cubs will be home for the majority of the remainder of the 2018 season, which on the surface should be good for them to secure another NL Central division title. The recent trade for Daniel Murphy reminded me of when they traded for Aroldis Chapman for the stretch Continue reading The Cubs’ Full House

#FlyTheW Across the USA

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It’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to blog, what with moving across the country and all. I still stand by my original statement that the Cubs should be able to navigate their schedule well despite their recent hiccups, but of course they will have to play hard Continue reading #FlyTheW Across the USA

Home Cooking

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Well, here we are in August, and we are stuck in Lincoln, Nebraska, because the stupid car decided to run into a mechanical problem. Thankfully it’s not the engine this time! It’s kind of funny how we are saying goodbye to Chicago just as the Cubs return home for seemingly Continue reading Home Cooking

Cubs Trade for Brandon Kintzler

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With Brandon Morrow on the disabled list again, there was a blaring need for the Chicago Cubs to trade for a closer, which they did in the form of Brandon Kintzler from the Washington Nationals as reported by Ken Rosenthal. #Cubs close to getting Brandon Kintzler from #Nationals, sources tell Continue reading Cubs Trade for Brandon Kintzler

Goodbye, Chicago

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Okay, folks. Within hours of you guys reading this, I will be traveling west towards California. I’ll do my best to keep listening and following Cubs games on The Score as long as the signal holds, but eventually I will have to let go of that one, too. In addition Continue reading Goodbye, Chicago

Don’t Say Dumb Stuff, But There’s More to That

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By now, many of you know that there have been a few young MLB players who have gotten into trouble for certain things that they were not perceptive enough to scrub from their social media accounts prior to becoming a public figure. I won’t link to the ones by Josh Continue reading Don’t Say Dumb Stuff, But There’s More to That

Cole Hamels, Chicago Cub! (UPDATES: Official)

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The Cubs went and won themselves a ball game (the come from behind variety, again) while I was in the midst of moving all my stuff for relocation to California. That was fun, but I suppose we should address the elephant in the room that is Tyler Chatwood. In theory, Continue reading Cole Hamels, Chicago Cub! (UPDATES: Official)

Dreamcast 44: Goes Both Ways

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One last time for Rice at Wrigley Field before the big move to California. We do talk a bit about the Bobblehead Day and some exploits by a certain Cub, but you’re probably wondering how to win Anno’s spare Wrigley scoreboard clock. To do so, listen to this Dreamcast and Continue reading Dreamcast 44: Goes Both Ways

One Last Romp At Wrigley

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This game was many months in the planning, so it was nice to get the bobblehead we’ve been waiting for ever since the Cubs promotional schedule came out. This wouldn’t have been much more than another bobblehead day, but for me, it was the last time I would be at Continue reading One Last Romp At Wrigley

Give It To a Kid! (UPDATE: Well, Actually…)

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The Cubs won their series finale against the St. Louis Cardinals, and in doing so, also won the series and increased their NL Central lead. The game also featured a moment that started off poorly, but ended up swell for a young fan. There are commercial jingles made about these Continue reading Give It To a Kid! (UPDATE: Well, Actually…)