The Cubs, having survived the early week of shenanigans and now in the midst of playing the crosstown “rival” White Sox, are nearly at the halfway point of the abbreviated 60-game season. Since I have a day job, I probably won’t have time to write anything during the week (busy Continue reading Oh, We’re Halfway There…
I wish I had been at the Cubs Convention this weekend. My family and I were making plans to go out of town when the tickets to the Convention went on sale. Things changed, and we are actually in town, and I would have liked to have attended in this Continue reading Leave Maddon Alone
Today the rooftop association threw out a scare tactic (please don’t kill our business) press release. As a part of the press release, the rooftop owners graciously told the Chicago Cubs Rooftops owners release counter offensive, saying Cubs can start rehab of clubhouses, restrooms w/o renegotiating landmark ordinance. — Paul Continue reading Rooftops Try to Play Hard Ball, How the Cubs Can Play Just As Hard
Paul Sullivan of the Chicago Tribune, in his Sunday March 10, 2013 column, discusses that the Ricketts Family is considering a mascot for the Chicago Cubs. I for one personally find that to be a big mistake and having a mascot would detract from the experience of being at Wrigley Continue reading A Mascot, Really???!!!!!!!
The idea of renovating Wrigley Field has been a topic of discussion for many years, and many arguments have been made on both sides of the fence about whether or not the Ricketts family should do anything to change the park. You have the traditionalist Cub fans who do not Continue reading Time to Tell the Rooftop Owners Where They Can Stick Their Business
Another Chicago Cubs Convention has come and gone, and all that we are left with are the memories of the annual celebration and kick off to the upcoming baseball season. Like most years, the convention was filled with fans all dressed in their Cubby best, packing the halls waiting to Continue reading Another Cubs Convention Has Come and Gone