Ivy’s Cubs Game Round-Up, 9/7 to 9/12

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Major League Baseball includes so many games in one season, but for someone that loves the game as much as I do, that time flies…it’s almost not enough. I. Want. More. This season has flown by, and how the Cubs have been playing, maybe that’s a good thing. Even though Continue reading Ivy’s Cubs Game Round-Up, 9/7 to 9/12

Holy crap the Astros suck

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If you haven’t entered our contest yet, you should. Today, the Cubs were off, on their way home from a sweep in Milwaukee, so I decided to take in the free game of the day on MLB.tv, which was the Rockies at Mets.  It was a pretty boring game, with Continue reading Holy crap the Astros suck

Ivy’s Cubs Game Round-Up, Current to Whatever Day Today Is

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You know how people look into “spicing things up” in their relationship after being with someone for so long? That’s where I am right now with the Cubs. It’s so hard to get excited with the way they are playing now a days. It’s not like I’m used to a Continue reading Ivy’s Cubs Game Round-Up, Current to Whatever Day Today Is

Fan Perspective by Fisch

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Note: the following is a guest post from a Cubs fan, Nicholas Fisch, who made the trip to Wrigley Field on Sunday to watch the Cubs sweep the Astros.  Every now and then we will post a guest blog so if you have some thoughts and you’d like us to Continue reading Fan Perspective by Fisch

New Collective Bargaining Agreement represents new challenges for Cubs

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Major League Baseball has temporarily triumphed over at least the NBA and possibly the NFL and NHL in ratifying a new collective bargaining agreement that guarantees labor peace until 2016.  Once the details were released, it seemed that some of the changes wouldn’t be as palatable as originally expected.  We Continue reading New Collective Bargaining Agreement represents new challenges for Cubs

Cubs got next…just not sure when

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As you all know, the rival Cardinals just won the World Series in one of the best set of games most of us have seen in recent years.  It wasn’t always pretty, but it was definitely exciting and will be remembered for years to come.  Congratulations to the St. Louis Continue reading Cubs got next…just not sure when

All interleague, all the time

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So the news just came in that the Astros will be sold by November and they will move to the American League at some point after 2012.  This move has a few ramifications: The Cubs will no longer have the luxury of being ahead of the Astros for dead last Continue reading All interleague, all the time

In the MLB Anything Can, and Usually Does Happen

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As has been stated several times, all you need to do in order to win the World Series is to get into the playoffs. If you get in, anything can and usually does happen. Look no further than 2006 when the St. Louis Cardinal won the National League Central division Continue reading In the MLB Anything Can, and Usually Does Happen