Goodbye Mr. Cub

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As many of you already know, Ernie Banks, Mr. Cub passed away last night. Andy and Anno already wrote about him and you guys should check it out, but I wanted to make sure to get on here and express my feelings as well. I didn’t have the privilege to Continue reading Goodbye Mr. Cub

Mr. Cub Passes Away at 83

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Less than a week after the Cubs Convention, one that sorely missed Ernie Banks; he has passed away at the age of 83.  At this point, details are unclear…and are insignificant.  I’m not going to pretend that I can properly write about this great, great man.  I’m just going to Continue reading Mr. Cub Passes Away at 83

Your All Time Chicago Cubs Team

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With this being the All Star break for Major League Baseball, and there being no real baseball for fans of the Chicago Cubs to enjoy until at least Friday. The Cubs, of course, have two All Stars playing on the team in Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo who are core Continue reading Your All Time Chicago Cubs Team

Road to Opening Day: #3

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On the last game of the Cactus League slate prior to two exhibition games at Chase Field against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Chicago Cubs eked out a victory over the Chicago White Sox in the 2014 farewell to new Cubs Park in Mesa.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen an Continue reading Road to Opening Day: #3

Greetings Cub Fans!

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Hi Everyone, I’m Jill, the newest blogger around World Series Dreaming. First, I would like to thank Anno and the rest of the crew for giving me this opportunity. I am looking forward to blogging and sharing in the love for the Cubs that I know we all have. I have been a Continue reading Greetings Cub Fans!

The Editorialized Version of Moving From WGN

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Growing up in the ’90s during the resurgence of the Packers in the shadow of Lambeau Field (I know…BOO HISS EVIL!), it would have been easy for me to end up as another fair weather (which there never was) Brewers fan.  I didn’t, though, because 1) nobody cared about the Continue reading The Editorialized Version of Moving From WGN

Mark DeRosa Retires From Baseball…. to Be Cubs New Radio Voice? (UPDATE: Nope)

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Today, former Chicago Cub Mark DeRosa announced his retirement from baseball. In his 16 year career, DeRosa spent time playing for eight different teams, most recently with the Toronto Blue Jays. His best years in his career came when he spent two seasons with the Cubs in 2007 and 2008, Continue reading Mark DeRosa Retires From Baseball…. to Be Cubs New Radio Voice? (UPDATE: Nope)

Double Digit Madness

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Back in May I asked the Cubs to score double-digit runs in honor of Ron Santo.  For the longest time, the Cubs could just get to nine runs but couldn’t get over the hump. It only took playing the god-awful Astros (who had been on a bit of a streak Continue reading Double Digit Madness

Do it for Ronnie!

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The Cubs have been on a win streak, including today when they defeated the White Sox to secure the Crosstown Cup.  For fun, Travis Wood is now hitting .292/.320/.583 for the season.  The Cubs are scoring their runs and getting stellar pitching, which we talked about earlier today and should Continue reading Do it for Ronnie!

My toast to Harry!

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“Everybody… LET me hear ya…. A one, A two, A three…. ”  It doesn’t matter if it’s Ozzy Osbourne, Jeff Gordon, or even Da Coach who is in the booth at Wrigley in between the top and bottom of the 7th inning, I don’t hear them as Gary Pressy hits Continue reading My toast to Harry!