Top Ten List: Organ Intros For Rick Renteria’s Manager Moonwalk

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I kept thinking about this last night as challenge after challenge and review after review continued to slow down the pace of the game, which the Cubs did win but could have won sooner.  You know of which I speak…there’s a bang-bang play, the umpire makes the initial call, the Continue reading Top Ten List: Organ Intros For Rick Renteria’s Manager Moonwalk

Top Ten List: Who is Junior Lake Waving Off?

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Junior Lake played left field in today’s Cubs victory over the Giants (which incidentally capped off a sweep).  He got to make a couple of plays, and at one point he waved somebody off.   I think Junior Lake likes to just wave off the potential idiot fan who might Continue reading Top Ten List: Who is Junior Lake Waving Off?

Top Ten List: First Post of 2013, Some Cubbish New Year Resolutions

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We’re still recovering from a New Year’s celebration hangover…or in some cases, just being old.  I guess someone needs to jump-start 2013 on this blog while all our livers climb back from the abyss, so here’s an attempt. The lovely and always funny Ms. Julie DiCaro posted her Cubs New Continue reading Top Ten List: First Post of 2013, Some Cubbish New Year Resolutions

Top Ten List: 10 Highlights from the 2012 Cubs Season

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The Cubs season has been over for almost a week.  Most of us Cubs fans are bored as hell because there’s no Cubs baseball on, no matter how delightfully crappy the team is.  At least there’s the postseason but it’s obviously not the same without the Cubs.  Or maybe it Continue reading Top Ten List: 10 Highlights from the 2012 Cubs Season

Top Ten List: Diversity in Cubs Fandom

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Let’s see, we had some words from Theo Epstein today, and the playoffs are about to get started.  We can talk about any number of things, but if I’ve learned anything over the past few years of running this page and site, it’s that Cubs fans are a diverse lot. Continue reading Top Ten List: Diversity in Cubs Fandom

Top Ten List: Ten Reactions WSD (Well, Just Rice Really) Has For People Who Don’t Like Sammy Sosa

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Earlier Anno blogged about Kerry Wood‘s statements about wanting a job with the Cubs and bringing back old-time Cub favorites, including one Sammy Sosa.  Now I won’t lie to you.  World Series Dreaming is heavily biased towards Sammy Sosa.  He’s one of our all-time favorite Cubs, and we would argue Continue reading Top Ten List: Ten Reactions WSD (Well, Just Rice Really) Has For People Who Don’t Like Sammy Sosa

Bill Murray Should Be the Designated Guest Conductor

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Yep.  Bill Murray should be the only celebrity who is allowed to sing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” during Wrigley Field seventh-inning stretch time.  Everyone else sucks.  Remember the dude who sang on Wednesday night?  I think he was a former Bear or something.  Anyway, he sucked.  Bill Continue reading Bill Murray Should Be the Designated Guest Conductor

Top Ten List: Fun Facts About the Cubs Post-Trade Deadline

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Now that the Cubs have traded away everything but the kitchen sink (just about, anyway), let’s take a look at the new-look post-deadline Cubs, which isn’t really saying much since they still suck.  Here we present yet another list of ten things, which, while not exactly a top ten list, Continue reading Top Ten List: Fun Facts About the Cubs Post-Trade Deadline

Top Ten List: Things to Look Forward to While the Cubs Continue to Get Their Asses Kicked

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It’s been a while since any of us really blogged and it’s partly because we’re in a waiting game for the prospects to come up and trades to get done.  A good chunk of it is also because the Cubs suck.  We know that there have been some injuries to Continue reading Top Ten List: Things to Look Forward to While the Cubs Continue to Get Their Asses Kicked

Top Ten List: Things to be positive about even though the Cubs suck

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Now we know that the Cubs were going to be pretty bad in 2012, because they don’t have a true superstar (Matt Garza and Starlin Castro are good but they’re closer to B-listers, unfortunately) and they’re average at best in some categories while atrocious at others.  But take heart, Cubs Continue reading Top Ten List: Things to be positive about even though the Cubs suck