Posts tagged "Chicago Cubs"

The Chicago Cubs 'Pledge of Believegiance'

The Chicago Cubs 'Pledge of Believegiance'
I am a citizen of Cubs Fanville. And as a tax paying (ticket purchasing) member of the community, I felt it time for a pledge of allegiance all Cubsicans can homage. While the Cubs prepare to build a real World Series contender; memorize and recite before every Cubs home game until the World Series mission is... Read more »

Chicago Cubs, Starlin Castro deal should have waited

Chicago Cubs, Starlin Castro deal should have waited
The Chicago Cubs made another step in solidifying their youth movement by agreeing to terms with their cornerstone piece, Starlin Castro, to a seven-year, $60 mil deal. The 22yr old shortstop is in his 3rd season with the Cubs, and with much production, has also come with his share of growing pains. Many of which... Read more »

A few reasons to still believe in the Cubs

A few reasons to still believe in the Cubs
  The baseball season is nearing its halfway point. And Chicago Cubs fans are once again desensitized by the harrowing performance by the Northsiders. As the league’s worst team, the Cubs appear to be in full fledged “rebuilding” mode, calling up AAA killer Anthony Rizzo and looking to deal any productive veteran to help continue to... Read more »
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"Cubs Way" starts with fans in the stands

"Cubs Way" starts with fans in the stands
The “Cubs Way” – a newly annexed mantra coined by new Chicago Cubs GM Theo Epstein upon being hired by the organization.  ”Everything there is about the game, how we’re going to approach it the same way as an organization from the Dominican Summer League to [Class] A ball, Double-A, Triple-A and up to the... Read more »

The Chicago Cubs are last in standings, but first in potential: Top 3 Cubs prospects up next

The Chicago Cubs are last in standings, but first in potential: Top 3 Cubs prospects up next
Everything is right in the world of Chicago. After the NATO Summit invaded the city with protesters and FBI agents, the streets are finally clear and business is back to normal. The same thing can be said for the world of sports. The Chicago White Sox are mere mediocre at best, and the Chicago Cubs are back to the... Read more »

The Chicago Cubs are winning games, too early to care?

The Chicago Cubs are winning games, too early to care?
On the northside of Chicago, fans get excited about things like winning 3 of 4 games. The problem is these are not playoff games and this is May. We take what we can get on the northside. The Chicago Cubs however, have won 3 of the last 4 and will look to build on that –... Read more »
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Top Five Chicago Sports Fears

Top Five Chicago Sports Fears
  Follow me on Twitter @curtisshawflagg Chicago sports are in an abrasive state. With more dings and stingers and than a grandfather clock stuck in a beehive, the Bulls, Blackhawks and Bears have seen their fair share of injuries. Most of which end up costing gravely down the line. I don’t usually consider myself a... Read more »

Chicago Cubs power hitting major issue

Chicago Cubs power hitting major issue
The Chicago Cubs (6-13) are fighting for position as the worst team in Major League Baseball. With only the Kansas City Royals (5-14) and the Minnesota Twins (5-14) playing more terrible baseball. You could point to a multitude of reasons as to why the Cubbies are playing bad ball, but non is more evident than... Read more »

The Chicago Cubs get offensive

The Chicago Cubs get offensive
The Chicago Cubs averaged 3.2 runs per game during their first 6 games stretch. They increased that average by over a run in just two games. Outscoring both the Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals 17-5 in the past two days, the Cubs seem to have bought in to Rudy Jarimillo’s approach in just his... Read more »
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Magic Johnson, Chicago's Guggenheim Partners buy LA Dodgers for $2 billion

Magic Johnson, Chicago's Guggenheim Partners buy LA Dodgers for $2 billion
Magic Johnson‘s won again. The 5-time NBA Champion with the LA Lakers, a National Title with the Michigan State Spartans, and current winner of the battle against HIV – a fight in which he has been battling since the early-90′s. Now Johnson and local Chicago Guggenheim Partners have won the rights to own the Major League... Read more »