Signs of Spring As Cubs Get Ready For the Field

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It’s been a busy time at school, which is all the more annoying given that we run a Chicago Cubs blog and the Cubs are about to start their exhibition slate.  So, you will have to forgive us if we don’t automatically talk about every transaction as it is tweeted Continue reading Signs of Spring As Cubs Get Ready For the Field

Cubs Broadcasting Rights Finalized (UPDATE: WGN deal official)

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Ever since the Chicago Cubs opted out of their broadcasting contract with WGN Television, and WGN Radio opted out of their contract with the Cubs, there was a question as to where exactly fans would be able to catch their beloved team in the upcoming season. With the team quickly Continue reading Cubs Broadcasting Rights Finalized (UPDATE: WGN deal official)

The Cubs and Their Television Smorgasbord

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If you follow us on Twitter (you can find that info on the bottom of this post) you saw me writing about the upcoming television chaos with the Chicago Cubs. Today we have some clarity, though that does not make things any easier as you will have to make sure Continue reading The Cubs and Their Television Smorgasbord

Goodbye WGN

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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

Winds of Change, Uncertainty Blow Around 2014 Cubs Convention

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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

The Editorialized Version of Moving From WGN

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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

Chicago Cubs Name Their New Radio Voice

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Last night the Chicago Cubs once again let their fans down. They heard their pleas, listened to their requests, and took their recommendations under consideration. But in the end, they decided to go their own way and do what they wanted, without giving the fans their desire. No, I am Continue reading Chicago Cubs Name Their New Radio Voice

Priorities

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We’re going to keep this short, but since everyone is freaking out about the Cubs opting out of their contract with WGN, it’s time to reflect on our priorities. Cubs Front Office and Business Operations Priorities include: Making money Acquisition and development of impact baseball talent Making money Renovating and Continue reading Priorities