Cubs Preparing For Fall Baseball (Ticket Sales) At Wrigley

Cubs Preparing For Fall Baseball (Ticket Sales) At Wrigley
Cubs are taking steps To get ready to prepare For some fall baseball I received an email on Thursday from my Cubs season ticket representative. From: Chicago Cubs Date: Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 1:00 PM Subject: Fall baseball at Wrigley Field To: Ed Nickow Dear Ed Nickow, It has been an encouraging year as... Read more »

Historic Haiku: The Streak Dies

Historic Haiku: The Streak Dies
Saturday’s Cubs game Saw history being made Nothing’s forever Cubs fans are constantly reminded that it’s been 70 years since the team’s last World Series appearance, 107 since they were World Champions, blah … blah … blah. But many Cubs fan knew of another streak – this one more positive. Today, the entire baseball world... Read more »

Cubs Rain, Blackhawks Reign

Cubs Rain, Blackhawks Reign
Rainstorms, tornadoes But no lightning on the ice Stanley returns home Cubs and Indians Fall victims to the weather No north side baseball But on the west side Indians in red sweaters Dominant on ice Six seasons, three Cups If this ain’t a dynasty I don’t know what is   Make sure you don’t miss... Read more »
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The Madhouse On Addison

The Madhouse On Addison
After the rains came Before the Cubs walk-off win We watched the Blackhawks Rain delays at Wrigley Field can be boring. The concourse is too small to handle the thousands of fans seeking shelter, night game beer sales end at 10:30 regardless of the inning, and until this season there wasn’t much to do while... Read more »

Tomorrow In Haiku

Sad about the Cubs Excited for the Blackhawks That’s tomorrow’s plan -posted using my phone from beautiful Wrigley Field

New Guy In Haiku: I Hope Kris Bryant Goes Hitless Today

New Guy In Haiku: I Hope Kris Bryant Goes Hitless Today
It’s Kris Bryant Day! Hope he waits ’til tomorrow For first big league hit The good news is that today’s the day Cubs fans have been anticipating since spring training – or before. Kris Bryant arrives from Iowa for his first game at Wrigley Field. The bad news (for me, anyway) is that I won’t... Read more »
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Twitter In Haiku: The Ninth Inning

Twitter In Haiku: The Ninth Inning
A change of format today – the haiku will come later. I was busy last night and didn’t tune into the Cubs game until the 8th inning, with the Cubs losing 3-0. Just as Pat and Ron started wondering if the Cubs could come from behind ¬†for a third time in as many games ,... Read more »

First Place Haiku: Cubs Beat Reds In Extras

First Place Haiku: Cubs Beat Reds In Extras
Soler: two home runs Mendy: first hit this season Cubs: take over first Did you think Sunday’s come from behind victory in Colorado was exciting? Incredibly, the Cubs managed to give fans an even better day at the ballpark on Monday,¬†coming from behind to win once again. This time beating the Reds 7-6 in 10... Read more »

Come from behind haiku: Dexter Fowler saves the day

Come from behind haiku: Dexter Fowler saves the day
There’s joy in Mudville Cubs had Fowler at the plate Not mighty Casey It felt like the game would end just like that day in Mudville, joyless because mighty Casey had struck out. Although the Cubs took an early lead in the second, Colorado came right back with 4 in the bottom of the frame... Read more »
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Haiku relief: Cubs score 9 to hand Rockies their first loss

Haiku relief: Cubs score 9 to hand Rockies their first loss
Finally, some runs More in the first three innings Than the first three games The Cubs inability to get hits when it mattered during the first few games of the 2015 season has been frustrating. And because it’s the same problem the team had suffered for so long, fans could be excused for being irrationally... Read more »