The Chicago Cubs open the Cactus League exhibition season with split-squad action against the Bay Area teams. While we’re waiting, the scribes of Chicago sports media are working tirelessly to give us random bits of news. On James Shields and Joe Maddon I guess Patrick Mooney was hanging around the Continue reading Pre-Cactus League Opener Cubs Thoughts
It’s Sunday, the day after Valentine’s Day, or as some would call it: Post by O Hell Nawl Blog. Ha! With less than a week to go before Chicago Cubs pitchers and catchers report (some of the boys are already in camp, by the way), let’s look at some quick Continue reading Sunday Clickbait
I’m sure most of you are happily digesting your dinners right now, so maybe you can relax with a book…or with this smorgasbord of random baseball tidbits. While I was still at school, Anno buzzed me and informed me that the Wrigley rooftops are getting more aggressive with their lawsuit: Continue reading The Cubs Evening News
Well, they’re doing it! With Saturday’s “groundbreaking” on the horizon, check out these pictures from The Wrigley Blog: Brick Wall Down #WrigleyRenovation pic.twitter.com/dc0rp7ZKHo — Wrigley Blog (@WrigleyBlog) October 9, 2014 Wrigley Field down Waveland Ave. #brickless pic.twitter.com/mEPaTnKcn2 — Wrigley Blog (@WrigleyBlog) October 9, 2014 The scene down Sheffield #WrigleyRenovation Continue reading Wrigley Field is naked and mooning the neighbors
With Tom Ricketts and the Chicago Cubs FINALLY ready to (allegedly) break ground on their long talked about expansion plans for Wrigley Field which include a full scale renovation fans are once again picking sides and letting their voices be heard. Whether the discussion is about the projected seven signs Continue reading New Is Always Better
I was wondering to myself whether this deserved a blog entry since Patrick Mooney laid it out so well in his article, but after seeing yet another article (and more) pop up on the Twitters within minutes of each other, it seems like this is going to be a huge Continue reading Wanna Buy A Stake in the Cubs?
There is an old saying that I have heard many times throughout my life. That saying is, a good deal is one in which neither party is happy. That is the case with the Chicago Cubs desire to increase the number of night games they are allowed to play to Continue reading No One is Happy? Must be a Good Deal
From Dabynsky, an article from Crain’s Chicago Business details the entire Cubs proposal for Wrigley renovations. Although the document has been publicized, we probably shouldn’t just copy/paste all the stuff, so you’ll just have to click over to check it out. This is particularly useful for those of you who Continue reading More Stuff About Wrigley (Tired of This Yet?)
Dusty Baker was the Cubs’ manager once upon a time and almost got them to the World Series in 2003 (stupid Marlins), one year after almost winning it all in San Francisco in 2002 (boy was that annoying, stupid Angels). A lot of fans are still reasonably upset with him Continue reading S@!t Dusty Baker Says
Welcome back to another addition of how the Chicago Cubs have been stupid. I know that there are many ways that the typical Cub fans believes the Cubs are stupid, but you may be disappointed as this blog is not about what you think. This blog will not be about Continue reading How the Cubs Have Been Stupid. Part Two.