The Trade That Time Forgot

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The first game was a bit of a nail-biter as the Chicago Cubs only won by literal inches, but Saturday night’s game was a bit more satisfactory as the Cubs won pretty comfortably to take a 2-0 lead in the NLDS.  I think the overhaul that the front office orchestrated Continue reading The Trade That Time Forgot

The End of One Journey, The Beginning of Another For the 2016 Cubs

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The 2016 MLB regular season officially ended today as there won’t be any tiebreaker situations (unfortunately), and with that, we said goodbye to the regular season exploits of some legends and fan favorites.  There was, of course, one of the greatest, if not THE greatest, broadcasters of all time in Continue reading The End of One Journey, The Beginning of Another For the 2016 Cubs

The Enjoyment of Life

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As the Chicago Cubs bid farewell to Wrigley Field for the regular season (don’t worry, they’ve already clinched and all that), we woke up to very sad news as Miami Marlins All-Star pitcher Jose Fernandez tragically passed: pic.twitter.com/youGWMvZtr — WorldSeriesDreaming (@WSDreaming_Cubs) September 25, 2016 The news, pictures, gifs, and tributes Continue reading The Enjoyment of Life

What Happens When the Cubs Win?

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The title of this blog entry is a paraphrase from a segment from SportsCenter where Scott Van Pelt asked…”What if the Cubs win?”  At this point, having already clinched the NL Central, the Chicago Cubs are just going through the motions, keeping guys loose and healthy, trying not to lose Continue reading What Happens When the Cubs Win?

The 2016 National League Central Champion Chicago Cubs

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And so on this day, September 15, In the Year of Our Lord 2016, the Chicago Cubs will have to wait at least another day to clinch the National League Central division.  Yet, they can pretty much just relax and stay healthy up until October…just like they have been doing Continue reading The 2016 National League Central Champion Chicago Cubs

Who Plays In October? (UPDATE: Now we know)

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It’s been a while since we’ve had a chance to blog, but rest assured that even in our busiest times, we’ve been keeping track of the Chicago Cubs and their rampage through the regular season towards October.  With their most recent series victory, the Cubs are now ever closer to Continue reading Who Plays In October? (UPDATE: Now we know)

Cubs Go To 11

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Since the last time we checked in, the Chicago Cubs have continued showing that they are the best team in MLB, despite not exactly blowing out the San Francisco Giants this Labor Day weekend.  With this series, the Cubs have reduced their magic number to clinch a playoff spot (and Continue reading Cubs Go To 11

The One-Run Game

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It’s no secret that the Chicago Cubs, despite actually being a good team and having a good record, are struggling.  I’ve grown tired of having to talk people off the ledge, so I’m not going to bother much anymore because it’s not worth it.  I mean, it’s not like the Continue reading The One-Run Game

The Cubs Lost a Game–WHAT DOES IT MEAN?!

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When last we saw our heroes, the Chicago Cubs had gotten pretty much shut down by a very dominant Max Scherzer.  Fans cried in the streets and called for drastic changes as the Cubs were now only 24 games over .500 with a barely comfortable 8.5 game lead in the Continue reading The Cubs Lost a Game–WHAT DOES IT MEAN?!

The Different Levels of Cubs Magic That Can Still Happen

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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