We weren’t actually going to shut the blog down despite the Easter Sunday gag, but it would be cool if you guys would read it anyway because our continued existence kind of depends on you, too. Mostly us, because this is a hobby and we don’t charge, but a little Continue reading New Wrigley Field Stuff
With Anno off doing newlywed honeymoon things, guest star Crawly hangs out with us to talk Cubs and more… Happy Veterans Day all! Thoughts on Kyle Schwarber and potential trades Offseason targets to get Cubs back to the playoffs Wrigley renovations, ticket prices, and disposable income Follow us: Anno Andy Continue reading Dreamcast 28: Show Me the Money
We’re a three-game series from the Chicago Cubs–nay, the defending WORLD SERIES CHAMPION Chicago Cubs–returning triumphantly to Wrigley Field. And it will be a different Wrigley Field than in seasons past, as many improvements have been implemented before the home opener on Monday. We will discuss them in more depth Continue reading Countdown to the Home Opener and the New Wrigley Field!
It’s still a bit over a month before the Chicago Cubs return to Wrigley Field for their home opener, and already we’ve had at least two teams (or at least their fan bases) being a bit salty: For the first time in a long time, it’s the Cubs leading the Continue reading Checking In With the Cubs and Wrigley Field
While we sit at home watching the Cubs try to win another home series, Anno is enjoying his season tickets at the Friendly Confines. I asked him to snap a few pictures since I won’t likely be there until late May or June at the earliest. Maybe next time he’ll Continue reading Views of Wrigley Field
Shut up, Opening Day Eve is totally a thing. Anyway, the South Bend Cubs named pitcher Preston Morrison as their starter for Thursday’s Opening Night game versus the West Michigan Whitecaps . Morrison is a 22 year old righty from Waxhaw, North Carolina. The 6’ 2”, 185 pounder was an Continue reading South Bend Cubs: Opening Day Eve
With the Chicago Cubs out of town working out the kinks against division rivals, the construction crews have been hard at work back home putting the finishing touches on the bleachers and right field video screen. The bleachers in left field are on track to be open on May 11 as Continue reading Bleachers About To Open For Business
Hey guys! It’s Rice 1, Anno 0 for Team WSD Cubs games! Woo! Yeah, the Chicago Cubs defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in the opening series finale, temporarily tying the series until the rainout is made up sometime later (not a terrible thing). Thanks to Ed Nickow for giving Rice Continue reading Dreamcast 47: Cubs Win!
I was busy trying to catch up with my TV viewing this week, plus family time, plus baseball, plus teaching…you know, life stuff…so we only did snippets of the story where a federal judge denied the rooftops’ request for a preliminary injunction: The ruling by U.S. District Judge Virginia Kendall Continue reading The One Where the Rooftops Pretty Much Gave Up (UPDATE)
Tonight, in between watching Cubs Twitter own Darren Rovell and the Christian Yelich extension (which Kris Bryant likely won’t do for the Chicago Cubs so he’ll have to work on stuff in Iowa), we saw a few items that demonstrated how truly large the Wrigley Field video replay board in left Continue reading It’ll be like watching the game on a big TV while you’re at the game!