Well, the Chicago Cubs season is over. I’m a bit disappointed, but I don’t blame the team or anything. The New York Mets were just better, and there was no lack of effort on the Cubs’ part. They simply got outplayed, and there’s no shame in that. Baseball is weird, Continue reading Heading Into the Offseason With Heads Held High
I’d be lying if I said I was confident right now, but then again I don’t have a choice. The Cubs have nothing more to lose as every game from this point on has literally taken “MUST WIN” importance. It doesn’t hurt us (any more than three straight disheartening losses) Continue reading They still have to win four…right?
It’s hard to argue with the fact that the 2015 Chicago Cubs season has been nothing short of magical. Step 1: Tweet "#FlyTheW" Step 2: Marvel at the #emoji #magic. pic.twitter.com/WOmz4tWHvo — Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) October 7, 2015 More often than not this season, the Cubs have been able to Continue reading The Different Levels of Cubs Magic That Can Still Happen
Every year the Chicago Cubs make the playoffs, the media (both print and television) pull out the same old worn out stories about “curses” and failures. Usually everything is all about the billygoat and the incident in game six from 2003. I have not heard much of that this postseason Continue reading Cubs vs Mets: Prepare For Media Stupidity
Let the narrative begin. The Chicago Cubs will be flying to New York City soon to take on the Mets, who just dispatched the Los Angeles Dodgers in going the distance in their NLDS. Drew already did a quickie preview, and Sports Illustrated did a more thorough analysis on the Continue reading Cubs vs. Mets in NLCS
Well this team sure as hell gets me excited for the rest of these playoffs and the future. This team battles back from deficits and deals with starters going down with injuries and beat the team that won 100 games. I mean Javier Baez came up in a huge spot Continue reading Who’s Next?