Today’s trivia question is a combination of speed and power. In the Cubs history, only seven players have ever amassed at least 75 HR and 75 SB while playing for the Cubs. Can you name them all?
Hopefully we have all recovered nicely from yesterday’s food indulgences and will survive today’s shopping outings. I’m not one for any sort of Black Friday shopping (I think I have […]Full Story »
GirlieView is a VFTB recap column on alternate Thursdays. We give our readers props for having timely and funny quotes from the past two weeks of VFTB commentary. Join us for a few good laughs!Full Story »
Maybe David Price joining the Cubs is not actually a sure bet, but maybe there are enough other options to fill the starting pitching void that it won’t matter. Here’s a look at a couple of possibilities.Full Story »
I try to be good at making predictions. Before the start of the 2014 year, I made some rather correct predictions and figured it would be easy to do it again in 2015. Guess again. I present to you the worst job of prognosticating in the history of prognostication.Full Story »
After a previous 10 days that saw major awards for the Cubs, relevancy has officially returned to the Cubs. The culture, the people, and the love are here to stay; a discussion on this follows.Full Story »
Without Google, can you name the pitchers who took the mound for the Cubs in 2015? It’s harder than you think. Good Luck!!!Full Story »
The Cubs free agent talk of late has begun circling around Jeff Samardzija, and this is understandably prompted a large reaction that goes in either direction. Let’s talk about that.Full Story »