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
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
The National Baseball Hall of Fame will announce the 2019 inductees today at 6pm EST. No sport on the planet takes their hall of fame more seriously than baseball. Good luck getting in if you cheated on your algebra test in 6th grade. Any sort of moral mishap pretty much bans you from stepping foot … Continue reading The Only MLB Hall Of Fame Ballot That Matters
I feel you Bryce, I really feel you. I get it, I am very disappointed as well. I am not mad that it didn't work out, just extremely disappointed. Disbelief would be another word to describe this pain. These are all of the feelings when I saw this tweet scroll across my timeline last night... … Continue reading Sadly, I Have Accepted The Inevitable
Monday afternoon, Kyler Murray declared for the NFL Draft on the ol' twitter machine. This does not mean he automatically will be heading to the NFL but it does clear up a lot of uncertainty surrounding the Heisman winner. January 14th was the deadline for underclassmen to declare for the draft. Kyler Murray was simply … Continue reading So What Should Kyler Murray Do Now?
Fall has always been looked down upon from my point of view. You see, I am a HUGE summer person. I love everything about the summer. I bask in the heat. The summer can do no wrong in my eyes. Fall marks the end of summer. Fall also is the beginning to the worst season … Continue reading Best sports month of the year…
Sunday night. A night when the Scaries come in hot and the only real way to avoid them is to go to sleep by 9 o'clock. Your only real hope is that getting 8+ hours of sleep will make Monday bearable. It works 99% of the time, you wake up feeling refreshed and ready to … Continue reading Falling asleep before your team hits a walk off grand slam really sucks