There were a few really good things that happened for the Chicago Cubs and their fans on Thursday. We can start with the part where the weather actually didn’t suck and the Cubs got to play a baseball game in relatively mild conditions compared to their games on Hoth the Continue reading 300 Already?
We weren’t actually going to shut the blog down despite the Easter Sunday gag, but it would be cool if you guys would read it anyway because our continued existence kind of depends on you, too. Mostly us, because this is a hobby and we don’t charge, but a little Continue reading New Wrigley Field Stuff
Kyle Hendricks got in some work in the final Cubs Cactus League game before they play the Red Sox in Florida for a couple extra tuneup games prior to Thursday’s Opening Day contest against the Marlins. I assume he was just working on some nibbling, as he issued his first Continue reading Cactus League Ends, Cubs Roster Takes Shape
This is the day I have both been waiting for and dreading the arrival of. Today is the day my season tickets for the 2018 Chicago Cubs season arrived. If you have been a fan of ours for a while, you know that I share a season ticket package with Continue reading Season Ticket Day
The World Series Dreaming crew comes back with spring training in full swing and with the Cubs heading towards the season opener against Miami. Here’s what’s on the docket, and forgive the random changes in volume as well as us potentially sounding like we’re recording from the inside of a Continue reading Dreamcast 34: Signs of Spring
Last year, my family and I went to the one Cubs game based on the 2017 promotional schedule. The game itself wasn’t all that fun, but we did score a sweet Bryzzo World Series bobblehead. The promotional schedule for 2018, a year we hope the Cubs return to the Fall Continue reading Choosing a 2018 Cubs Game to Attend Based On the Promotional Schedule
With Anno off doing newlywed honeymoon things, guest star Crawly hangs out with us to talk Cubs and more… Happy Veterans Day all! Thoughts on Kyle Schwarber and potential trades Offseason targets to get Cubs back to the playoffs Wrigley renovations, ticket prices, and disposable income Follow us: Anno Andy Continue reading Dreamcast 28: Show Me the Money
Once upon a time in May, before I lost my job, we were going to get ourselves some bobbleheads in the one Wrigley Field game we could afford to go to as a family. Alas, the Chicago Cubs called the game early, the Milwaukee Brewers complained, and it was pushed Continue reading The Bobblehead Beatdown!
Recently, I looked at some fixes Major League Baseball might consider to improve the pace of play. This has the added effect of keeping fans interested and overall increasing the enjoyment of the game, at least in my opinion. Grabbing casual fans’ attention can only improve the sport. Of course, as Continue reading More Offerings at Wrigley Field if You’re a Rich Bastard
You may have gotten a chance to listen to our Dreamcast already, but if not, give it a listen and rate etc. Anyway, it’s been a somber week or so as the Chicago Cubs have been floundering quite a bit, for reasons that aren’t exactly clear. The nice thing is Continue reading Welcome Back Dexter Fowler, Thanks For Losing