The Best Cubs Convention, So Far

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I personally haven’t been to the Cubs Convention since 2012, when it was still being held at the Hilton and the Chicago Cubs were still very bad at baseball.  We pretty much learned this weekend, straight from Theo Epstein’s mouth, that that was by design, just as he intimated all Continue reading The Best Cubs Convention, So Far

Keeping the Cubs Success On the Field Through Reducing Injuries

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Back from California now, I got to follow the doubleheader between the Chicago Cubs and the Cincinnati Reds.  I also got to listen to the last bits of the Kyle Schwarber game Tuesday night, including the go-ahead (and eventual game-winning) home run. In addition to a new, snarky Cubs Twitter, this Continue reading Keeping the Cubs Success On the Field Through Reducing Injuries

Fun with Cubs Twitter

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Okay, so this happened:   Bryant off King Felix https://t.co/wWtP96GNRz — Jesse Rogers (@ESPNChiCubs) March 21, 2015 Kris Bryant is pretty awesome. He’ll still need to work on, uh, stuff this offseason. There’s a lot to be excited about.  The Chicago Cubs upped their Twitter game after their affiliates went Continue reading Fun with Cubs Twitter

The One Where the Cubs Learned How to Twitter

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Okay, just in case the Chicago Cubs’ official Twitter account has to rescind their sick burn tweets, I’ve screen-capped the two tweets in question for your viewing pleasure: I have no idea if the Cubs blocked Rovell or not, but that was pretty good.  It seems that after some egging Continue reading The One Where the Cubs Learned How to Twitter

Random Twitter Thoughts by MRubio52

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Presented with little comment from the mind of Mauricio Rubio:   I see people are talking about the relaxed tone this baseball season has had in Chicago thus far. “Relaxed” meaning people aren’t living… — Mauricio Rubio (@MRubio52) July 11, 2013 And dying with the results like in years past. Continue reading Random Twitter Thoughts by MRubio52

World Series Dreaming Tweet Du Jour

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With today’s win, the Cubs moved to within two games of .500 again.  Of course, they probably should’ve won more over the past week, but now we’re dealing too much with the hypothetical.  Baseball is still inherently unpredictable and anything can happen on any given day, as we saw with Continue reading World Series Dreaming Tweet Du Jour

What if the Cubs were really trolling us on Twitter?

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Ever since Roobs and Anno forced me to join Twitter, I’ve decided to just make the most of it and have some fun.  One of the funnier troll accounts I’ve found (and I’m sure you are familiar with him too) is Not Tom Ricketts.  It’s kind of like when the Continue reading What if the Cubs were really trolling us on Twitter?

The best free scoresheet out there.

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Meet @yoshiki89 of Big Leagues Magazine. He is the inventor of a very impressive scoring system that I will be employing throughout the year. His system includes a new pitch tracking system that I think is simple, neat and extraordinarily effective.  The system is best explained in depth in the link, Continue reading The best free scoresheet out there.

Social media and Dave Sappelt

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Social media is great; it has definitely changed the world. It is a great tool to connect with others, promote your business or stay up to date with your favorite athletes, but it can also get you in trouble. That’s what happened last night, on Twitter, with Cubs OF Dave Continue reading Social media and Dave Sappelt