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

Cubs, Pat Hughes Leave WGN Radio for WBBM Radio

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After last nights thrilling 2-1 defeat of the New York Mets in walk off fashion, the Chicago Cubs announced that they are parting ways with their 90 year partner WGN Radio. Starting in the 2015 you can hear Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer call all 162 Cubs games, but now Continue reading Cubs, Pat Hughes Leave WGN Radio for WBBM Radio

The Editorialized Version of Moving From WGN

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Growing up in the ’90s during the resurgence of the Packers in the shadow of Lambeau Field (I know…BOO HISS EVIL!), it would have been easy for me to end up as another fair weather (which there never was) Brewers fan.  I didn’t, though, because 1) nobody cared about the Continue reading The Editorialized Version of Moving From WGN

Almost time to play ball for real!

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The windows are opened.  The air is warm.  The last Spring Training Cubs game is set to go on my tablet.  It’s almost time to hear Pat Hughes call out  “Chicago Cubs Baseball is ON THE AIR”… for real.  The long winter and even longer spring training is almost over.

My toast to Harry!

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“Everybody… LET me hear ya…. A one, A two, A three…. ”  It doesn’t matter if it’s Ozzy Osbourne, Jeff Gordon, or even Da Coach who is in the booth at Wrigley in between the top and bottom of the 7th inning, I don’t hear them as Gary Pressy hits Continue reading My toast to Harry!

The Cubs still Have Wood, More Than Before

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The first day of the Chicago Cubs Convention surely did not disappoint the fans, as the opening ceremonies left fans with something to cheer about. As they always do, the opening ceremony master of ceremonies Pat Hughes introduced all of the executives and management staffers as well as the favorite Continue reading The Cubs still Have Wood, More Than Before