During Spring Training Joe Maddon had many catch phrases to throw around, one of which was to “embrace the target”. Over the past few series with the Pittsburgh Pirates, we have seen how they are placing the Chicago Cubs squarely in their sights. The Cubs have gotten into the heads of the Continue reading Green is Not a Good Color on You.
The Cubs are trailing the Mets 0-2 in the NLCS as all you of most likely know. Now the first two games have been troublesome to watch as a fan. To watch the offense hit balls straight at players and to see the pitchers struggle in the first few innings Continue reading 0-2 Does Not Mean That It Is Over
97 Wins? A Rookie of the Year probable winner (Kris Bryant), a possible Cy Young Winner (Jake Arrieta), and a maybe a Manager of the Year winner (Joe Maddon)? This was one hell of a journey. I have matured over this season with these young guns on this Cubs lineup. Continue reading Now That’s a Whole Lotta W’s
One of the popular topics of conversation in the Twitterverse has become upgrading the catcher position moving into 2015. Without question, incumbent Welington Castillo has not had the type of season that we all would have liked, which is to say he has not emphatically made himself a core piece Continue reading Catching Upgrades Will be Difficult for Cubs
It has hit, that time in the offseason that the “itch” really starts to show up. The convention is over and Spring Training is still a couple of weeks away, although it seems like a lifetime. Even when it does begin and you have those first couple of weeks where Continue reading A glance at the NL Central, position by position
I thought it would be fun to get a little interaction from you, the readers here on the board! Sure the “likes” and “retweets” are awesome, but I thought it would be awesome to hear some of YOUR stories! You are reading because you share the passion and love for Continue reading What was YOUR favorite game to be at in person?