#FlyTheW Across the USA

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It’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to blog, what with moving across the country and all. I still stand by my original statement that the Cubs should be able to navigate their schedule well despite their recent hiccups, but of course they will have to play hard Continue reading #FlyTheW Across the USA

Jorge Soler Sees a Victory

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Check this out, as the Chicago Cubs eked out a series win: Your browser does not support iframes. This was when the Cubs were nursing a dangerously slim lead, right before Kris Bryant gave them a more comfortable lead before the St. Louis Cardinals used up the remainder of their Continue reading Jorge Soler Sees a Victory

Good night, Cubs fans

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After all the excitement tonight, including a called shot, it’s time to say good night.  Enjoy our time, Cubs fans. We’ve waited a long time, and we deserve this, as do the players who got us to this point, of course. Your browser does not support iframes.

Win #50

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With today’s victory over the Philadelphia Phillies, who were supposed to be good in Ruben Amaro Jr.’s mind, the Chicago Cubs climbed to 50-63, still a billion games behind the suddenly-we-decided-to-be-good Pittsburgh Pirates, the perennially annoyingly good St. Louis Cardinals, and the underachieving but not-all-bad Cincinnati Reds.  Normally it’s not Continue reading Win #50

Minor League Report: April 30-May 6th, 2013

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The Cubs are on their way to improving their record to a slightly-less bad but still very bad 12-20, a winning percentage of 0.375.  Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo have been producing as of late, including fine performances on Monday in which Castro found a way to get on base Continue reading Minor League Report: April 30-May 6th, 2013