Kyle Farnsworth was a Chicago Cubs legend, but not for the same reason many other former Cubs are now considered legends. If you grew up in the ’90s, odds are you remember Kyle Farnsworth for a multitude of skills. His ability to anger other teams, his 100-plus MPH fastball, and his perfect form tackle on Paul Wilson. … Continue reading Where Are They Now: Kyle Farnsworth, From Diamond To Gridiron
The world has been very grim the last few months. COVID-19 has taken over our entire globe and shut down life as we know it. People are losing their jobs and loved ones at an astoundingly awful rate. There has not been much positive news to share. In the Chicago sports world, the last few … Continue reading Ding-Dong, The Witch Is Dead!
Opening Day is right around the corner, or at least we hope. Coronavirus has been sweeping the nation leading to the cancellation of many sporting events. As of this moment, Opening Day has not been affected. With that being the case, David Ross has one of his first big decisions as manager of the Chicago … Continue reading There Is One Correct Choice For Cubs’ Opening Day Starter
The Chicago Bulls won their first game of the month last night, beating the likely playoff bound Mavericks 109-107. Coby White has been a spark plug for this team although ol Jimmy still won't start him. LaVine has continued to do what he does best, put the ball in the bucket. Wendell Carter Jr. is … Continue reading Reminder To Bulls Fans: Stay The Course
The 2018 season was a letdown. The 2019 season was a disappointment. This offseason has been beyond underwhelming. Sensing a trend? Cubs’ fans have been left with their hands over their face for what seems like an eternity. 2016 seems lightyears away. The dreams of a dynasty are just that, dreams. That being said, it … Continue reading The Significance of a Hot Start for the 2020 Chicago Cubs
Welcome to the trust tree, Cubs fans. Now that we are here, let’s just get something off our chests. This offseason STUNK. It was one of the worst offseasons in recent memory for a plethora of reasons. From limited spending, to Marquee Network contract disputes, to hearing the word ‘grievance’ entirely too much, I could … Continue reading Five Reasons To Be Optimistic About The 2020 Chicago Cubs
In case any of you have been living under a rock for the last five years, the Chicago Cubs won the World Series in 2016. Before that season, the Cubs’ expectations were similar to the youngest child of the family. The youngest is often forgotten but always lovable. You laugh whenever the youngest messes up. … Continue reading What Does A Successful Season For The 2020 Chicago Cubs Look Like?
Football just ended. The Bulls are 14 games under .500 and can't decide if they want to be a lottery team or contend for the 8 seed. The Blackhawks seem to be heading in the right direction but that seems to change from week to week. The Cubs and White Sox are a week away … Continue reading Which Refrigerator Layout Reigns Supreme?
For many years on Super Bowl Sunday, the commercials were just as important as the game itself. Fans remembered the "WAAASSSSUUUUUUPPPPP" commercials more than who won the actual game. Sadly, we have gotten away from that in recent years. The commercials became too much about the message and less about the humor. Year after year, … Continue reading A Much Needed Bounce Back Year For The Super Bowl Commercials
The Chicago Cubs most influential offseason acquisition will not get a single hit the entire year. He will not throw a single strike. He won't make any spectacular diving plays on defense. Instead, he will be donning the Cubbie blue as his first year managing the boys on the North Side. The most influential acquisition the … Continue reading What To Expect From First Year Manager David Ross