Today, the Chicago Cubs played their final game of the 2014 season. The end of an era. The end of the losing, we hope. The Future looks bright, and 2015 will be the start of change. Not only for the organization, with young and talented players coming up leading the charge, Continue reading Goodbye WGN
After last nights thrilling 2-1 defeat of the New York Mets in walk off fashion, the Chicago Cubs announced that they are parting ways with their 90 year partner WGN Radio. Starting in the 2015 you can hear Pat Hughes and Ron Coomer call all 162 Cubs games, but now Continue reading Cubs, Pat Hughes Leave WGN Radio for WBBM Radio
This year’s annual opportunity for adult fans to complain ask questions to the team’s leadership and for children to get autographs, pictures, and souvenirs from their favorite Cubs players (past, present and future), was held in Chicago at the Sheraton Hotel and Towers this weekend. Not much new information was Continue reading Winds of Change, Uncertainty Blow Around 2014 Cubs Convention
Growing up in the ’90s during the resurgence of the Packers in the shadow of Lambeau Field (I know…BOO HISS EVIL!), it would have been easy for me to end up as another fair weather (which there never was) Brewers fan. I didn’t, though, because 1) nobody cared about the Continue reading The Editorialized Version of Moving From WGN
Jordan Bernfield, who is now hanging out with the fine folks at Cubs Den, hosted Cubs GM Jed Hoyer on his Cubs Weekly show on WGN Radio today. I very rarely listen to the radio, but because I appreciate how transparent and honest Theo Epstein and Hoyer are with the Continue reading Jed Hoyer on Cubs Weekly
Every year I seem to follow the same cycle. The season ends, and I spend a few weeks almost relieved that baseball is over (especially the past few years). For as bad as they have been, I still made sure that I tuned in to every single game, whether it Continue reading Cubs Convention coming up!