A Look Back At The Top Stories in Week 2 of MLB

Drama was in the air over the last seven days, and much of it was extracurricular. Beanball wars, organizational threats and prospect debuts headlined this week in review.

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A Case for the DH in the National League

Published on April 14th, 201530 comment

If for some reason you are looking for a distraction from your first place Chicago Cubs, Jared provides it with the age old debate about using the DH in the NL.

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Game 6 Notes – These Ain’t Your Daddy’s Cubs

Published on April 14th, 201529 comment

We could easily insert a silly pun about “Soler Power”, but instead we’ll just talk about another exciting, dramatic, late inning win for the first place Chicago Cubs.

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MLB Week 1 Recap – Break Up The Royals

Published on April 13th, 20157 comment

Baseball season is back, and our Cubbies have a winning record. Archie Bradley had a loud Major League Debut, and several teams remain perfect through one week. Alex Botts recaps week one in MLB

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Andre Dawson: The Hawk is Flying Back to Chicago on April 13

Published on April 12th, 20153 comment

Although Andre “The Hawk” Dawson spent the bulk of his 21-year career with the Montreal Expos, he’s also remembered fondly in Chicago due to producing some of his finest seasons as a […]

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Game 5 – Cubs Receive A Gift From An Old Friend

Published on April 12th, 201511 comment

Over the last few seasons, the Cubs would not have won a game like Sunday’s late comeback. We’ve seen a new feel to the energy with this team in 2015 and Sunday’s finish may be the start of a swagger that has been missing for quite some time.

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Game 4 Notes – The bats have arrived

Published on April 12th, 201520 comment

A refreshing night, seeing our offense put up 9 runs, including back to back bombs from Coghlan and Olt and a great night from Dexter Fowler against his former team.

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Game 3 Notes – Failure To Chase

Published on April 11th, 201510 comment

I came into last nights game pretty excited for baseball, but went to be disappointed. Let’s get to the game notes and talk about.

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Why Javier Baez is Taking Some Time Off

Published on April 10th, 201512 comment

Another day without Cubs baseball yesterday so another edition of the news this morning as we wait for today’s game.

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The Cubs’ Pitiful History of Opening Day Positions Players (since 1977)

Published on April 9th, 201522 comment

The Cubs lost to the Cardinals on opening night 3-0. I decided to research the worst opening day starters at each position for the Cubs…and put together a really awful 9 player contingent.

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