Posts in category "Cubs Games"

Another Cubs Victory At New Wrigley Field

Another Cubs Victory At New Wrigley Field
Anno is a season ticket holder and got to go to the first Chicago Cubs home game at Wrigley Field with actual fans in the new bleachers.  The game had a very favorable ending.  For those of you who keep track of these things, the Cubs are now above .500 again and tied for the... Read more »

#LetsGo #Cubs: A Fun Day at "New" Wrigley Field

#LetsGo #Cubs: A Fun Day at "New" Wrigley Field
Thanks to Ed Nickow, aka “Cubs in Haiku” (you can check out his blog on ChicagoNow here, and also follow him on Twitter), my son and I went to Wrigley Field this year much earlier than expected.  Usually I don’t get to go to games until the end of April at the earliest, and mostly... Read more »

The 1060 Project

The 1060 Project
I hope you have that view locked squarely away in your memories, because the next time you see baseball at Wrigley Field, that view will change! That is because the day has finally arrived! The official ground breaking at Wrigley Field for the renovations, expansion and rebuild of historic Wrigley field has arrived! Hard hats... Read more »
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Ivy's Roundup: Time to Hibernate

Ivy's Roundup: Time to Hibernate
This is it.  No more Cubs baseball.  What are we going to do with ourselves?  *whine whine whine* Well, for starters, we can tune in to the MLB postseason, which should be plenty exciting.  The Cubs will be retooling soon, but let’s worry about that later on.  Right now we’re lamenting the lack of regular... Read more »

Ivy's Roundup: Goodbye to Wrigley

Ivy's Roundup: Goodbye to Wrigley
The Cubs are on a bus or a charter plane to Milwaukee right now for tonight’s series, but we have a bit of a sad as this means no more Cubs games in Chicago this year.  Sometime soon, the Cubs and the city of Chicago will start digging holes and actively renovating Wrigley Field, so... Read more »

Ivy's Round-Up: Sweep Sweep Bliss

Ivy's Round-Up: Sweep Sweep Bliss
As we head down the stretch run (10 games left!), we get closer to saying goodbye to Cubs baseball, but hello to October madness as pennant races continue to be decided.  It’ll be a long but interesting offseason as the Cubs’ window of contention seems like it is about to open. Here is the recap... Read more »
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Ivy's Round-Up: Walking the Plank One Last Time

Ivy's Round-Up: Walking the Plank One Last Time
Football is here, but remember that there’s still baseball to be played and even though the Cubs are eliminated from postseason play now, we should still pay attention to the pennant races as they sort themselves out over the final two weeks of the MLB regular season.  The playoffs should be very exciting as well,... Read more »

Ivy's Roundup: Sweeping Away a Round Of Brews

Ivy's Roundup: Sweeping Away a Round Of Brews
Nothing beats a round of Miller Lite, unless of course you are sweeping the team they sponsor. 9/01: W Cubs 4, Brewers 2 W: Turner (5-8) L: Nelson (2-6) SV: Rondon (23)   For the first time since April 4th. the Brewers found themselves out of first place in the National League Central. A 4-2 loss to... Read more »

Ivy's Roundup: Playing Spoiler

Ivy's Roundup: Playing Spoiler
We’re awaiting Jorge Soler‘s debut at Wrigley Field, along with the call-up of a less-heralded but still very intriguing pitcher in Eric Jokisch.  And no, don’t expect Kris Bryant to be called up.  In the meantime, we’re also awaiting approval of our Theo love mug (TM) so stay tuned for that. Oh yeah, this is... Read more »
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Ivy's Round Up: A Soler Eclipse

Ivy's Round Up: A Soler Eclipse
The Chicago Cubs went to Cincinnati and played three games against the Reds. The highlight of the trip might have been the debut of top prospect Jorge Soler!   8/26: W Cubs 3, Reds 0 W: Wood (8-11) L: Cueto (15-8) SV: Rondon (22)   Travis Wood finally got a win! The former Cincinnati Red,... Read more »