Perhaps it is because the Milwaukee Brewers made a voodoo doll of Javier Baez, or maybe it was because I tempted fate one too many times in making light of the dwindling NL Central lead, but the Chicago Cubs just got swept in a series against their closest division rival, Continue reading Slumps, Inconsistency, and Urgency
Andy and Rice watch the Friday night game (spoiler: Cubs win) and talk about: Certain Cubs having some struggles, yet working hard to adjust back to what we know they can do; What the Cubs plan to do about their pitching issues this season and in the long term; …and Continue reading Dreamcast 13: What, Me Worry?
This episode, with Anno and Andy not available due to Rice’s stupid schedule, good ol’ Dabynsky (follow him @dabynsky) came along to guest host. We also got Ryan Davis (@RyanQDavis) to hang out as well. This session was so big and long (huh huh huh) that we had to split Continue reading Dreamcast 11: Stay Classy
Let’s just cut to the chase. Thus far the 2017 season has been somewhat of a disappointment. The Chicago Cubs are not looking like the juggernaut we thought they would be, and they have given us little sign that they can be. However, that is not to say that the Continue reading A Disappointing Start to the 2017 Season
Hey folks! We’re back, and as usual we would love to have you send in questions and comments. That helps with the conversation during our Dreamcast, y’see? In this episode: Itemizing Cubs games since last time we talked; Looking at player performances and arguing for staying the course, with some Continue reading Dreamcast 7: At Least We Have Our Health
After the Chicago Cubs got swept by the Philadelphia Phillies this weekend, including a no-hitter (which was pretty cool, to be honest), it’s easy to feel down. We are fans of a sports team, and we are humans capable of and susceptible to emotion and kneejerk reactions. I think it’s Continue reading So hey, I watched Ant-Man!
Last night the Chicago Cubs did something that we have been waiting for. They scored seven, yes seven runs in a ball game. They defeated the Miami Marlins 7-2 last night, and only left one man on base. Both of which are a rarity with the Cubs as of late. The Continue reading Cubs Offense Breaks Out…. Sorta