5 Things for Cubs Fans to Know for July 7, 2015

All Star rosters are out and the Cubs have two guys representatives on the team, Soler has returned, and the Cardinals are still the toughest team for them to beat.

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Back In Time to 2015

Published on June 18th, 20159 comment

I apologize upfront…I am going to sound a bit like an ogre…or at least an angry old man in this post. This column may also seem irreverent to those of you looking for the usual nuggets of Cubs’ history that I typically write about…but this week I am hopping on a (very sarcastic) soap box.

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Did We Witness a Hall of Fame Debut?

Published on June 18th, 201524 comment

Last night, in a 17-0 rout of the Cleveland Indians, we saw the debut of Kyle Schwarber at the plate. Did we witness the first hits of a future hall of famer?

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Yesterday’s News: Stanley Cup visits Wrigley, Cubs get blanked

Published on June 17th, 201516 comment

The Stanley Cup made a stop at Wrigley, the Cubs underwhelmed, and don’t look now – the Cardinals are under investigation by the FBI…

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Minor League Update: Happ signs, Ramirez returning soon?

Published on June 16th, 2015one comment

The Cubs have already signed their first round draft pick, which means he’s headed for short season single A ball in Oregon right away, and Neil Ramirez could be back soon.

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Yesterday’s News: Game postponed, Schwarber called up

Published on June 16th, 201533 comment

Even without a game, there was plenty of exciting news for Cubs fans last night, as well see yet another highly touted prospect make his debut in the majors.

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Best MLB interleague bets

Published on June 15th, 2015no comments

Interleague action used to be a special time of the season when baseball bettors got a break from the norm. Now, the American and National Leagues are clashing on a […]

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Looking Back at Week 10 of MLB

Published on June 15th, 201513 comment

Rodriguez reaches milestones, Chris Heston throws his first no-hitter and the Cubs walk off in two straight games.

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Yesterday’s News: Back to back Castro walk-offs

Published on June 15th, 201516 comment

The Jon Lester narratives are getting a bit stale, but in spite of his lack of plate and pickoff prowess, he turned out a very nice start in last night’s series finale.

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Sometimes Rain Is a Good Thing

Published on June 14th, 201510 comment

It was a rainy evening in Chicago. The Cubs took an early lead which could have ultimately sealed their fate, depending on the rain…

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