Posts in category "Chicago Cubs"

Chicago Cubs need to make run at Marlins' Giancarlo Stanton

Chicago Cubs need to make run at Marlins' Giancarlo Stanton
As most Cub fans know, the organization is in the “rebuilding “stages. General Manager Theo Epstein’s plan revolves around building the franchise within, making the Cubs one of the top farm systems in baseball. So far, all the Cubs have done is stockpile young players in hopes of finding the next young superstar. Well, that... Read more »

Can't miss events at the 2013 Chicago Cubs Convention

Can't miss events at the 2013 Chicago Cubs Convention
It might be cold outside, but baseball talk will be heating up this weekend at the 28th annual Chicago Cubs Convention. For the first time since its inception, the convention won’t take place at the Chicago Hilton and Towers. This year’s festivities will be held at the Chicago Sheraton, and feature over 75 current and... Read more »

The time is now for the Chicago Cubs to welcome back Sammy Sosa

The time is now for the Chicago Cubs to welcome back Sammy Sosa
Over 600 homeruns, 1,600 rbi’s and 2,400 hits; a player with those kind of stats would be treated like a king in most towns. For Sammy Sosa, that’s not the case in the city of Chicago. Like most Cub fans, the organization has chosen to forget what Sammy accomplished in a Cubs uniform and make... Read more »
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Cubs and Edwin Jackson a Real Head Scratcher

Cubs and Edwin Jackson a Real Head Scratcher
Edwin Jackson and the Chicago Cubs…this makes as much sense as the marriage of Heidi Klum and Seal.  Spending $52 million dollars on a veteran whose best years are behind him doesn’t seem like a logical step in the Theo “master plan.” Signing Edwin Jackson means one of two things: the Cubs feel they are... Read more »

Chicago Cubs Dodge Huge Bullet with Anibal Sanchez

Chicago Cubs Dodge Huge Bullet with Anibal Sanchez
When word broke yesterday that the Cubs had agreed in principal to a deal with Anibal Sanchez for 5 years and $77 million dollars, Cub fans all over Chicago were scratching their heads. Sanchez was ready to become the highest paid pitcher on the Cubs staff and be the new “top dog” on the north... Read more »