The Chicago Cubs Will Make History

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We have a few days to really enjoy the glorious reward of seeing our favorite baseball squadron finally obliterate narratives and have a shot at complete redemption.  The 71 years in between pennants certainly invokes the use of the word “history” in describing this momentous achievement, and while the young Continue reading The Chicago Cubs Will Make History

Cubs and White Sox Set to Honor Legends

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Over the winter, Chicago lost two baseball legends. The Chicago Cubs lost Mr. Cub Ernie Banks, and the Chicago White Sox lost Mr. White Sox Minnie Minoso. Both men were baseball legends, and both were the first black ball players to take the field for each team. Over the course Continue reading Cubs and White Sox Set to Honor Legends

Not Wanting to be a Distraction, Sosa to Miss Banks’ Services

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Thousands upon thousands of Chicago Cub fans are currently making their way to Daley Plaza as visitation for Ernie Banks beings. With the visitation and memorial services all taking place, you can bet that just about everyone with Cubs ties will be paying their respects; that is, except for Sammy Sosa Continue reading Not Wanting to be a Distraction, Sosa to Miss Banks’ Services

Goodbye Mr. Cub

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As many of you already know, Ernie Banks, Mr. Cub passed away last night. Andy and Anno already wrote about him and you guys should check it out, but I wanted to make sure to get on here and express my feelings as well. I didn’t have the privilege to Continue reading Goodbye Mr. Cub

I Am Sad

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Behind the Ivy and Anno have both chimed in on the thing that is the most prominent in Cubs Nation today. Sometime in the evening of Friday January 23, 2015 the Chicago Cubs lost arguably the greatest player in the history of the franchise, ambassador of the game of baseball Continue reading I Am Sad

Rest in Peace Mr. Cub

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  Last night, the world of baseball received tragic news. The greatest  player  in Chicago Cubs history Ernie Banks, passed away  at the age of 83. The news is barely 12 hours old, and I am still having a hard time accepting and believing that he is really gone. No Continue reading Rest in Peace Mr. Cub

Mr. Cub Passes Away at 83

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Less than a week after the Cubs Convention, one that sorely missed Ernie Banks; he has passed away at the age of 83.  At this point, details are unclear…and are insignificant.  I’m not going to pretend that I can properly write about this great, great man.  I’m just going to Continue reading Mr. Cub Passes Away at 83

The Excitement Begins

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Last night at the Cubs Convention was nothing short of amazing. Great friends, family and members of the Chicago Cubs. Of course, here at the Cubs Convention, those things go hand in hand and are one and the same. I have been going to the Cubs Convention for years, and Continue reading The Excitement Begins

Your All Time Chicago Cubs Team

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With this being the All Star break for Major League Baseball, and there being no real baseball for fans of the Chicago Cubs to enjoy until at least Friday. The Cubs, of course, have two All Stars playing on the team in Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo who are core Continue reading Your All Time Chicago Cubs Team

Road to Opening Day: #14

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The Cubs once again split their games, beating the Mets in Vegas while losing a tough one against the Indians at home in Mesa on Sunday.  Travis Wood had a good game despite taking the loss in Mesa, and Dan Vogelbach hit a homer in Vegas.  That was pretty much Continue reading Road to Opening Day: #14