It sure does look decent out right now and most likely the Chicago Cubs will finally get to play another game tonight. Not so sure about Wednesday, when it’s supposed to rain, but who knows with Mother Nature and what the home club will decide? A handful of games have Continue reading The Scheduling Probably Won’t Change Anytime Soon, But We Can Still Think About It
I don’t think there’s really anyone to blame for the terrible weather that’s been causing games to be postponed lately. Maybe we could blame humanity in general for messing with the climate and potentially causing much more rain and snow than we normally would see around this time. But honestly, Continue reading The Slow Road to 162
Well, Anno is getting married, and Andy is off to protect our freedoms, so it’s Rice flying solo this time around… Rice is about to go back to work, teaching dees keeds Just a bit of ranting because our mentions and comments have been flooded with negativity while the Cubs Continue reading Dreamcast 19: Back to Work
It’s the All-Star Break, and since the cream of the crop of Major League Baseball (at least the ones who aren’t hurt, didn’t pitch on Sunday, and didn’t flake out) is converged on one location, that meant that the media could corner MLB Commisioner Rob Manfred and MLB Players Association Continue reading Notes From the Commish
The Chicago Cubs blitzed through their first nine games without much trouble before suffering an uncharacteristically bad defeat against the Colorado Rockies on Friday afternoon. They recovered nicely behind Jake Arrieta and some very loud offense on Saturday, which is what we expect in this part of the schedule. Evan Continue reading The Sustainable Juggernaut
I decided to check in on the Wrigley Field renovations, and oh my goodness are they going to town: I’m guessing they have to tear it all down to reinforce the support beams and to replace the worn-down panels and chain link fences. In other news, you can buy Cubs Continue reading Countdown to 2016!