Happy Thanksgiving to you all. This year we have plenty to be thankful for. I want to start by saying thank you to each and every one of you who have read and shared this blog over the years. I want to thank the almost 21,000 of you who have Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving!
Alas, we are done with Major League Baseball for the year, and in due time we will be looking into how the Chicago Cubs go about defending their World Series title. In the offseason, we also have to look forward to some awards, like who will win the MVP, Cy Continue reading 2016 Chicago Cubs World Series Highlights
Game seven. Winner take all. Today was one of those days that you thought would never end. A day which just continued to drag. The anticipation of World Series Game seven was all that was on out minds from the 27th out last night to the first pitch tonight. This Continue reading World Series Game Seven: Time to Reign
As the old saying goes, the series doesn’t start until someone wins an away game. Well, the Chicago Cubs did just that last night, so I guess it’s time to start talking about the World Series. With three straight home games coming up at Wrigley Field, the Cubs are in Continue reading Cubs World Series Recap So Far…
I think I erred the other day in talking about the interesting bit of Chicago Cubs World Series history. I did remark that Dexter Fowler was officially the first African-American Cubs player to play in a World Series game since he led off Game One. That game was a bit Continue reading The Cubs’ World Series in Progress: Coming Home
“Lovable Losers”, “The Doormat of the National League” are just two terms used to describe the Chicago Cubs over the past several years. That is no longer the case, as the Cubs are now heading to the World Series for the first time in 71 years! Fans may not remember Continue reading Cubs Are Going to the World Series! How Did We Get Here?
As we sit in a rain delay and wait anxiously for another Chicago Cubs game to begin (they’re in Denver to take on the Colorado Rockies), it bears repeating how well Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer have constructed this roster, and how well manager Joe Maddon has maximized matchups to Continue reading The Cubs’ Science Experiment
You may have seen from various blogs and media outlets that the Chicago Cubs front office were guests on 670 The Score, where they answered a number of important questions leading up to the August 1 trade deadline. “Our philosophy has been you want to be aggressive in the moment, Continue reading The Invaluable Kyle Schwarber
The Chicago Cubs avenged some of their more recent losses against the New York Mets with a solid victory Monday night. It was a very enjoyable game with decent pitching, timely hitting, and good defense. It’s almost as if the Cubs are good at baseball. In the game, Kyle Schwarber, Continue reading More Fun With Kyle Schwarber, and Thoughts On Base Coaching
I think the more favorable news of Sunday’s game is that the Chicago Cubs would win the series against the Texas Rangers, and they would not be no-hit or shut out by Cole Hamels. Let’s get away from that though, because there are plenty of contests left and the Cubs and Continue reading Fun Times With Kyle Schwarber