Since the last time we hung out, the Cubs have opened up a slightly bigger NL Central lead, and will hopefully keep that going. Meanwhile, folks have been telling us to stick to sports, but with what’s going on in the nation these days, we kind of can’t, and sports Continue reading Dreamcast 21: Stick To Sports
Just a few days after the beatdown on Bobblehead Day, the Chicago Cubs ended the nominal first half of the season with a clunker against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Last season, the Cubs of course played like a juggernaut en route to the World Series. This year? Not so much, with Continue reading Rock Bottom
Once upon a time, we learned that Major League Baseball was considering rules changes to improve pace of play. While I fundamentally agree with the premise of getting more action and less dead time, I was not too keen on some of the proposed changes. During a recent press appearance, Continue reading A Moratorium on Drastic Rules Changes (UPDATE: Maybe Just One)
I’d be lying if I said I was confident right now, but then again I don’t have a choice. The Cubs have nothing more to lose as every game from this point on has literally taken “MUST WIN” importance. It doesn’t hurt us (any more than three straight disheartening losses) Continue reading They still have to win four…right?
It’s important, even though I know we’re all human and have feels, that we realize that the season is 162 games long and the Chicago Cubs have barely played 15, which is not even 10% of the season yet. It’s going to be okay, Cubs fans. Let’s take a look Continue reading Ivy’s Roundup: I Hate Ties
Well this is fun… Manfred says MLB investigation of potential #Cubs tampering in hiring of Maddon still active resolution expected by opening day. #Rays — Marc Topkin (@TBTimes_Rays) March 26, 2015 Either the commissioner is too busy to deal with that petty bullshit anymore, or else he really has a Continue reading Chicago Cubs to Send Edwin Jackson to Tampa Bay Rays For Tampering in Joe Maddon Transaction (I Wish)