Opening Day 2022 is here, delayed by one week thanks to an owners’ lockout which protracted collective bargaining negotiations. This year will bring big changes, like a universal designated hitter. … Continue Reading 2022 Opening Day Preview
2021 was a bitter year for Cubs fans as we said goodbye to some World Series heroes. Even so, there were some great moments both before and after the trade … Continue Reading Top 3 Cubs Moments of 2021
Beloved Chicago Cubs 2016 championship hero Javier Báez has had a rough go since being traded to the New York Mets ahead of the 2021 trade deadline. He was acquired … Continue Reading Báez Calls Out Mets Fans, Breaks Twitter
The Chicago Cubs opened their 2021 season series against the St. Louis Cardinals with a three-game set in St. Louis. The series was tied at one game apiece heading into … Continue Reading Cubs Take Series Finale in St. Louis with Dramatic Finish
Javier Báez and Carlos Correa are two premier young stars from Puerto Rico who played a role in a long-awaited championship for their respective teams, the Chicago Cubs (2016) and … Continue Reading Who’s Your Shortstop – Javier Báez or Carlos Correa?
I talk about what it’s been like to watch the Cubs this season and their terrible home/road disparity. Special guest appearance by my cat.
The Chicago Cubs swept the third-place Milwaukee Brewers at Wrigley this weekend and are riding high after having extended their lead over the St. Louis Cardinals to 1.5 games. This … Continue Reading Ranking Cubs Players by Swag Factor
The world changed for Cubs fans on November 2, 2016 (or November 3 in Cleveland and Toronto), the night the Cubs won the World Series after a 108-year championship drought. … Continue Reading It’s Time for Cubs Fans to Embrace Villainy
Former Chicago Cubs IF and 2016 World Series champion Tommy La Stella, now of the Los Angeles Angels, has been selected to the All-Star Team in 2019, his first career … Continue Reading Tommy La Stella is a First-Time All-Star!
Following last weekend’s sweep in St. Louis, the Chicago Cubs fell into second place in the NL Central Division behind the Milwaukee Brewers, but were able to regain a toehold … Continue Reading Cubs Complete Second Sweep of Redbirds to Keep Pace in Central Division
The Chicago Cubs hosted the St. Louis Cardinals for their first series of the 2019 season this weekend. The Cubs entered the series with a record of 16-12, looking for … Continue Reading Get Out the Brooms – Cubs Sweep Rivalry Weekend
After some unpleasant news on Sunday night regarding the NL Second Base Gold Glove Award, it was announced that Cubs INF Javier Báez was one of the top vote recipients … Continue Reading Javy Báez is an NL MVP Award Finalist!
Sunday night featured several unpleasant news items regarding the Chicago Cubs. Star INF Javier Báez, winner of the Fielding Bible Multi-Position Award for the third straight year, was overlooked at … Continue Reading Time to Cut the Bullshit
Following the NL division tiebreaker games held on Monday which crowned the Los Angeles Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers as NL West and NL Central division champs, respectively, the losers of … Continue Reading Rockies, Yankees Advance in MLB Wild Card Round
The Chicago Cubs came into the second half of the “Crosstown Classic” intracity matchup with a 2.5 game lead in the NL Central Division over the second-place Milwaukee Brewers following … Continue Reading Cubs Take South Side Crosstown Series After Dropping Game 1
Due to early season rainouts, the Chicago Cubs were originally scheduled to complete a “death march” stretch of 23 late-season games scheduled in the same number of days. Thanks to … Continue Reading Cubs Finish 30-Game Marathon with 18-11 Record