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Thursday, 26 March 2015 05:00

Who Will challenge the Cubs in 2015?

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So who are the biggest threats keeping the Chicago Cubs from actually getting to the World Series this year (besides themselves)? Well let's take a look at what the national league elite (and not so elite) looks like. If they can get past these teams facing Cleveland in the World…
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 05:00

Start believin' in the Sox for '15

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You believed in 2005, and all signs point in the direction of believing again in 2015. Somewhere Paul Konerko is going "wtf". While many expected them to rebuild, White Sox management went "All in" (where have I heard that phrase before?) and re-loaded. And learning from previous mistakes where past…
Thursday, 19 March 2015 05:00

Is the future really here for the 2015 Cubs??

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In the movie "Back to the Future 2 (which in my opinion is by far the more entertaining of the 3 movies) it is predicted that the Chicago Cubs would win the world series in the year 2015. Next year is finally here they say. True Cubs fans hear this…
The Chicago Cubs like to flip veteran players like houses and did so again when they finally got rid of "The Shark" and "The Hammel". Catching Oakland general manager Billy Beane at a great time where the panic button has been pushed on win or go home for the A's, Beane…
Monday, 17 February 2014 21:30

Spring Training with the Cubs

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First off let's eliminate the names Jorge Soler, Albert Almora, Kris Bryant, and Javier Baez from your 2014 opening day vocabulary. Unless one of them dominates the March spring training schedule you won't see them, so let's stick to reality. Welcome to Rick Renteria's new reality. As the new skipper…
Remember when the Cubs were on pace to be the worst team in baseball? Well as we arrive to the end of the 1st half of the season with the Cubs finally climbing out of last-place in their division and haven’t lost a series since mid-June, could it be safe…
Remember when the Cubs were on pace to be the worst team in baseball? Well as we arrive to the end of the 1st half of the season with the Cubs finally climbing out of last-place in their division and haven’t lost a series since mid-June, could it be safe…
Friday, 22 June 2012 22:33

Rizzo's time is now!

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He's here, and there's nothing you can do about it   The Anthony Rizzo era is officially in full official GO! mode. When Cubs manager decided to switch David DeJesus to the everyday starting center-fielder role, making room in right-field for former starting 1st baseman Bryan LaHair that was the…
Wednesday, 22 February 2012 05:46

Welcome to spring training, Theo Epstein!

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And let the Epstein Era officially begin!             Spring training has officially kicked off for the 2012 edition of the Chicago Cubs, and you can’t help but have a feeling of optimism, considering what last year’s season turned into, meaning there’s only one way to go: UP. Giant holes left…
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