How good do you feel about the Cubs? (Polls)

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I’m going to try to snap some pictures of the CTA holiday train, which for some reason is running along the Purple Line today, on my periodic offseason trip to Wrigley Field.  If you check out the webcam, you’ll see that the Hefty bag is off and you can see Continue reading How good do you feel about the Cubs? (Polls)

Highlights from the first Cubs postseason win in a while (yes, it counts)

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The Chicago Cubs have won their first postseason game since 2003.  It was a nice game to listen to on the radio (darn lack of cable) but thank goodness for highlights!  It’s too bad they didn’t embed the solid defensive plays, (there were more) but we got the fireworks… Kyle Continue reading Highlights from the first Cubs postseason win in a while (yes, it counts)

Dreamcast 50: Unlike Dan Haren, We’re Not Retiring Just Yet

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It’s been a while (more than four months) since we’ve done one of these, but what an incredible four months it has been!  The Cubs, as you know, are heading to the playoffs, and with that we’re seeing fans talk about signs, make new music, and show a ton of Continue reading Dreamcast 50: Unlike Dan Haren, We’re Not Retiring Just Yet

The Cubs are in the Playoffs!

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The Chicago Cubs are in the playoffs, and fans are getting excited! With the amazing play of the young rookies, Kris Bryant, Addison Russell and Kyle Schwarber, mixed in with the play of the veterans Anthony Rizzo and a re-energized and re-born Starlin Castro they have the offensive firepower to get Continue reading The Cubs are in the Playoffs!

So…what about the American League?

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With their latest victory, the Chicago Cubs guaranteed that they would have at least the third best record in Major League Baseball, since at 96 wins banked, they will finish 2015 with a better possible record than any American League opponent.  The Cardinals are still Devil Magic and the Pirates Continue reading So…what about the American League?

The Cubs Pre-End-of-Season Postseason Preview

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The Chicago Cubs clinched a postseason berth the other day, and decided to celebrate it: Your browser does not support iframes. I’m okay with this, given that the team had been so far up in the standings for so long, have already matched the 2004 team’s win total with a Continue reading The Cubs Pre-End-of-Season Postseason Preview

The Chicago Cubs Are Going to the Postseason

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I forgot to thank Josh properly for his generous gift of tickets to Jake Arrieta Day.  So thanks, Josh. Well, we’re here…#Cubs game thanks to @cjdubbya. Posted by World Series Dreaming on Tuesday, September 22, 2015 It was a slightly askew view of the big replay board, but we got to Continue reading The Chicago Cubs Are Going to the Postseason

Highlights from a Cubs Doubleheader

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The Chicago Cubs split a doubleheader with the Pittsburgh Pirates, winning the nightcap behind a strong pitching performance from Jon Lester and some timely defense.  Lester even picked a guy off after Starling Marte took off way too early when Lester stared him down. I think the most important play, Continue reading Highlights from a Cubs Doubleheader

Important Cubs Information

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Kyle Schwarber had fun: Your browser does not support iframes. So did #AtCubs: Slow down, @kschwarb12. And be careful! 1. http://t.co/forJ8nEGWv 2. http://t.co/nHblKVbecV #Crushed pic.twitter.com/Gc1o6js5g8 — MLB (@MLB) September 12, 2015 Kris Bryant had fun too: Your browser does not support iframes. And not to be outdone, Jake Arrieta also Continue reading Important Cubs Information

Anthony Rizzo’s 100th, and here’s to many more

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Fine offense, defense, and just enough pitching allowed the Chicago Cubs to defeat the St. Louis Cardinals to take the series with a chance to sweep on Wednesday afternoon. We had a milestone as Anthony Rizzo blasted his 100th career homer to put the Cubs up early: Your browser does Continue reading Anthony Rizzo’s 100th, and here’s to many more