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
The day is January 6th, 2020. It is the first Monday in the office in what seems like months. I am minding my own business, mindlessly scrolling through Twitter as that is the only thing that keeps me sane while chained to my cubicle. It is an escape from reality for me. I spend time … Continue reading Are The Chicago Cubs Punting On The 2020 Season?
The Winter Meetings are in full swing in San Diego this week and one of the biggest names swirling throughout the halls of Hilton Bayfront is Kristopher Lee Bryant. The Chicago Cubs have stated they will need to clear some space on the payroll before moving their attention to strengthening their current roster. Unfortunately, Kris … Continue reading Why The Cubs Should NOT Trade Kris Bryant
Since the World Series championship in 2016, the Chicago Cubs have had multiple offseasons of disappointment. Signings that did not pan out as expected, failure to address needs, and straight-up bad signings have plagued the North Siders in recent years. For that reason, we are turning our focus to the fictional cinematic universe to finally fix … Continue reading Which Movie Characters Could Fix The Cubs Problems?
We are going to take a quick break from criticizing Matt Nagy and Mitch Trubisky to bring you some exciting news from the great city of Chicago. Sources are reporting that Chicago's favorite Grandpa, David Ross, will be announced as the next manager of the Chicago Cubs on Thursday. This decision comes after both Ross … Continue reading Welcome Back To The Dugout Grandpa
In November of 2014, Joe Maddon kicked off his Cubs tenure by getting a beer and a shot for the entire bar at Cubby Bear. Five years later, Joe took questions from the media with a Corona in his hand. What Joe Maddon did in between those adult beverages is something Cubs fans will remember … Continue reading Thank You Joe
The 2019 Chicago Cubs lost another 10th inning heartbreaker against the NL Central leading St. Louis Cardinals. This coming after losing a 10th inning heartbreaker against the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night. Instead of being 2 games back of the NL Central lead, the Chicago Cubs now sit 4 games back. If the season were … Continue reading The 2019 Chicago Cubs Failures Fall On One Person