Well, the second half is underway, and methinks the Chicago Cubs are doing okay for now… #Cubs since All-Star break* 6-0 record* +27 run differential* 16 Home Runs* 2.00 starter ERA* No first inning runs allowed — Christopher Kamka (@ckamka) July 19, 2017 As we’ve talked about on the Dreamcast Continue reading And the Cubs Never Lost Again
After the Chicago Cubs got swept by the Philadelphia Phillies this weekend, including a no-hitter (which was pretty cool, to be honest), it’s easy to feel down. We are fans of a sports team, and we are humans capable of and susceptible to emotion and kneejerk reactions. I think it’s Continue reading So hey, I watched Ant-Man!
By virtue of their victory over the Milwaukee Brewers in the season finale, the Chicago Cubs have finished with a record of 73-89. They played about two games better than their Pythagorean expected record, scoring 614 runs while giving up 707. They saw resurgent seasons from All-Stars Anthony Rizzo and Continue reading 2014 Cubs finish 73-89
Just gonna put this out there… First, about Cubs fans (and others) coming out to the park to see a fun-bad team: 33,292 at Wrigley tonight bringing season total to 2,652,113, an increase of 9,431 from last season. — Sahadev Sharma (@sahadevsharma) September 25, 2014 Then, the Cubs did Continue reading Progress, 2014 edition
The Cubs just lost, which means the Cardinals will be guaranteed home-field advantage through the National League portion of the playoffs. The good news? The Cubs kept their no-hitter destruction streak alive. They didn’t score in every single game (including the season finale), but at least they didn’t become a Continue reading The Empty Feeling At the End
Once upon a time, Anno talked about #progress on our sister site. “Progress” is a subjective term, and each individual has his own definition of it as it pertains to the Cubs. According to some factions, #progress can only be measured by wins at the major league level. Well, at Continue reading #Progress
With today’s victory over the Philadelphia Phillies, who were supposed to be good in Ruben Amaro Jr.’s mind, the Chicago Cubs climbed to 50-63, still a billion games behind the suddenly-we-decided-to-be-good Pittsburgh Pirates, the perennially annoyingly good St. Louis Cardinals, and the underachieving but not-all-bad Cincinnati Reds. Normally it’s not Continue reading Win #50
With tonight’s ass kicking, the Cubs end the “first half” prior to the All-Star Break at 42-51 in their 93rd game. This puts them 15 games back of the National League Central leader St. Louis Cardinals, 14 games back of the wild card leader Pittsburgh Pirates, and 10 games back Continue reading To the All-Star Break!