The Chicago Cubs outlasted the Pittsburgh Pirates today. It was a pretty funny game, because I was expecting it to be over by the time school let out with the Cubs being up so much late in the game. But while I was grading papers, the game went to extras, Continue reading Kerry Wood’s Charity Home Run Derby
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
First things first… the elephant in the room. Did Sammy Sosa cheat? As far as black letter law, yes. He was caught with a corked bat on June 3, 2003. That violates the rules, which he was caught and punished for, whether he used the bat intentionally or not. The Continue reading Now is the Time for Cubs to Reunite With Sammy Sosa
The Cubs put a ton of guys on and still couldn’t score even one run today. Bad luck, bad execution, but again…just spring training. At least Travis Wood pitched well: Final from Goodyear: #Indians 1, #Cubs 0. Rizzo had 2 H. Travis Wood 3 IP, 1 H, 0 R, Continue reading Road to Opening Day: #24
We’re just a couple days away from Cactus League play with the Cubs! Follow our countdown lineup for some fun until Opening Day. Kerry Wood‘s Incredible Performance Everyone knows this game even if they’re not a Cubs fan. I’ll wait for you to watch this video for two hours: Yes, Continue reading Road to Opening Day: #34
The news just came in from the Bay Area scribes that former Giant and should-be Hall of Famer Barry Bonds is going to be a special instructor for the San Francisco Giants during spring training. I had a bit of fun with the #BondsInstructions hashtag along with the goofballs at Continue reading So When Will They Bring Sammy Sosa Back?
As we inch closer to Opening Day, keep track of our countdown lineup here. The Ivy Aside from the iconic scoreboard and the marquee on Clark and Addison, the most distinctive feature of Wrigley Field is the ivy-covered outfield walls. While it is a drag that the Cubs can’t advertise Continue reading Road to Opening Day: #37
Last night the Chicago Cubs once again let their fans down. They heard their pleas, listened to their requests, and took their recommendations under consideration. But in the end, they decided to go their own way and do what they wanted, without giving the fans their desire. No, I am Continue reading Chicago Cubs Name Their New Radio Voice
Today, former Chicago Cub Mark DeRosa announced his retirement from baseball. In his 16 year career, DeRosa spent time playing for eight different teams, most recently with the Toronto Blue Jays. His best years in his career came when he spent two seasons with the Cubs in 2007 and 2008, Continue reading Mark DeRosa Retires From Baseball…. to Be Cubs New Radio Voice? (UPDATE: Nope)
Hey everyone, I’m Kid 20 K, the newest contributor to this fine blog, but before I get deeper into my opinions on the Cubs, let me tell you a little bit about myself. I’m 20 years old, turning 21 in just over a week, and am about to be a Continue reading Hello WSD!