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
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
The MLB trade deadline was once one of the most exciting weeks of the baseball season. Blockbuster trades and rumors would put fanbases across America into a full blown frenzy at the end of every July. For the most part, the MLB deadline has become about as exciting as Golden Girls reruns your Grandma Shirley … Continue reading What To Make Of The Post Deadline Chicago Cubs
The Cubs have kicked off the second half of the season. We all know this is when Joe Maddon’s Chicago Cubs hit the gas and take off...hopefully. That being said, this era of Cubs baseball is one that no one will forget. It is an era that will be immortalized at Wrigley Field with a … Continue reading Which Cub Deserves A Statue Outside Of Wrigley?
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
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
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