Pitchers and catchers report today for our own Chicago Cubs. I am going to be straight forward with you guys, this was not the offseason I was expecting. There are still tons of questions left unanswered. What happens with Addison Russell? Will Willson Contreras bounce back? How does Joe Maddon fare on a one year … Continue reading #TinThoughts: The 2019 Chicago Cubs
Welcome to resolution season, the time of the year where everyone promises to better themselves. The morale is sky high, the new gym shoes have been purchased, and the fridge is stocked with food that resembles your neighbor's garden. I don't have a problem with New Year's resolutions. Although most aren't followed through, sometimes it … Continue reading 2019 Resolutions For The Chicago Sports Fan
Let me start this off by saying I really want to like David Kaplan. He is a big fan of "The Secret", I also enjoy that way of looking at life. He has opinions on everything, I too have loads of opinions. He is very kind to his fans when they walk past the State … Continue reading David Kaplan Has Become Chicago’s Skip Bayless
Earlier this afternoon, the Chicago Blackhawks fired long time coach Joel Quenneville. Chicago is appalled by this decision, as they should be. I have long been a Blackhawks troll but I can recognize a great coach when I see one. With this firing, it got me thinking who would be on the Mt. Rushmore for … Continue reading Who belongs On The Mt. Rushmore Of Chicago Coaches?
I have realized almost all of my posts nowadays are #TinThoughts. This has basically just become a sports diary for me to get all of my thoughts out. It essentially is my therapy session and I am perfectly okay with that. The Cubs season ended last night. It sucked. Losing in October is absolutely gut … Continue reading #TinThoughts: The 2018 Chicago Cubs
Last night in the Cubs makeup game in Washington, Joe Maddon made one of his signature managerial moves. These have been known to be signature for all of the wrong reasons. For those who don't know, Joe Maddon will not go in to the Hall of Fame for his in game managerial decisions. In the … Continue reading Can we forgive Joe Maddon?