Tag: Cubs

Actually Going To a Cubs Game During a Pandemic!

Actually Going To a Cubs Game During a Pandemic!
Hello again, everyone! As is customary with our family, when the world is not locked down because of some deadly virus, we go to at least one Cubs game every season. Back in 2019, after we had moved to California, we went to a Cubs game at Wrigley during a summer visit back to Chicago.... Read more »

What If...?

What If...?
The Cubs have been on a winning streak of sorts for a while now, and if not for the Arizona Diamondbacks absolutely sucking, they would be in first place by themselves. Alas, can’t count on anyone but themselves, and that does get tough when their numbers keep dropping. Observe today’s lineup: A sweep would be... Read more »

If I Were The King...

If I Were The King...
Our original blog site at World Series Dreaming dot com has been scrubbed from the internet, so now all you get is us over here. That’s okay, I just spent a few moments watching Game Seven again…at least (until the Chicago Now servers tumble into Lake Michigan or something) we will always have this. As... Read more »
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The One Before I Die

The One Before I Die
With our old blog about to expire, it’s nice to know that ChicagoNow kept ours up in the interim. It is a sad time, because we had so much in the archives over there, but it’s been on life support for a while now since we haven’t been able to do much with life and... Read more »

Hello Again

Hello Again
Hey folks! As some of you know, we are shutting down our blog site and since we used to hang out here, we thought it was a good way to keep our presence and not say a full goodbye. Check back here for news and stuff, plus we are going to keep doing the Dreamcast... Read more »

Cubs Buying Rooftops Would Solve A Lot of Problems

Cubs Buying Rooftops Would Solve A Lot of Problems
As we were watching the Royals jump out in front of the Giants in Game 2 of the World Series (and ultimately tie the series at 1), David Kaplan dropped a pretty significant piece of news on us.  In short, the relationship between the Ricketts family and the rooftop owners is getting better, and the... Read more »
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Cubs Will Look to Fortify the Roster to Compete in 2015

Cubs Will Look to Fortify the Roster to Compete in 2015
As the season winds down, with the World Series getting set to begin, the most anticipated off-season of the Epstein/ Hoyer era is just around the corner.  Next season will be the first that the Cubs make a conscious and concerted effort to win, with the expressed goal being to win the NL Central.  While... Read more »

Cubs 40 Man Roster Likely to See Significant Turnover

Cubs 40 Man Roster Likely to See Significant Turnover
This off-season is one that the Cubs, front office and business operations alike, and the team’s fans have been pointing to as a time to step forward.  The business staff is getting their much needed Wrigley renovation and the WGN portion of the games will be contracted at some point.  As far as the baseball... Read more »

Rundown on Anthony Rizzo and Starlin Castro Injuries (UPDATES)

Rundown on Anthony Rizzo and Starlin Castro Injuries (UPDATES)
In the last week, both of the Cubs’ top players have undergone injuries.  Anthony Rizzo has missed a week with back discomfort and tonight Starlin Castro injured his ankle when sliding into home plate in the first inning when his spikes got caught in the dirt.  For both, there is some cause for immediate concern.... Read more »
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Could the Cubs Non-Tender Travis Wood This Winter?

Could the Cubs Non-Tender Travis Wood This Winter?
At this time last season, the Cubs and their fans were hoping Travis Wood would be a long-term piece of the starting rotation.  Rolling the clock forward to this season, though, things have not gone as planned.  And with the Cubs looking to make a step forward into relevance in 2015, there may not be... Read more »