John Arguello, Writer/Editor In Chief
Arguello has been a Cubs fan for as long as he can remember.
As a kid he heard stories about Ernie Banks, Fergie Jenkins, and Billy Williams as well as the Milt Pappas perfect game that "shoulda been". That's what made him love the Cubs.
It also helped that the crosstown rival White Sox were on Channel 44 and, no matter how he adjusted the rabbit ears on my 1970's black and white Zenith TV, he couldn't get anything but a gloomy picture of Comiskey Park and those odd uniforms...were they really wearing shorts or did the antenna need to adjusting again?
Anyway, great stories and a clear reception is as good a reason as any to become a fan. And a century of"wait 'til next year" has yet to change his mind.
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Adam Fels, Writer
Fels' first game was on April 17th, 1976. The Cubs got off to a 13-2 lead only to lose 18-16. Mike Schmidt hit four home runs. After this game, Adam said "yep, this is the team for me" and has been an avid Cub fan ever since. He's even gotten into snowball fights with Bill Buckner and has been flipped off in the bleachers by Lenny Dyktra, Darryl Strawberry, Dale Murphy and several others..
Adam is a theater graduate, former music journalist, failed screenplay writer, aspiring novelist, and award winning copywriter. His work has been seen in chicagosidesports.com, as well as The Committed Indian and the Ivy Drip ( both of which he holds the title of Ombudsman for his brother Sam)
Adam currently toggles between Columbus Ohio and Chicago, Illinois. He helped Cubs Den at last year's trade deadline and has been writing game wraps and other features for the blog ever since.
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