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Roaring out of the Gate

Roaring out of the Gate

Chicago’s baseball clubs doubled up on opening day as the White Sox bullpen looked phenomenal and the Cubs just in general look like a team that’s gonna perhaps run away with their division. The Cubs got what they’ve come to expect from Jake Arrieta on opening night in Anaheim. Arrieta opened his season with a seven inning shutout against a […]

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Cubs’ Playoffs Roadmap

Cubs’ Playoffs Roadmap

As I practice throwing sharpened pencils into the too-low accoustic-tile ceiling in my “office”, my mind wanders into Twilight Zone recesses and I am able, with too little sleep and a little too much caffeine for encouragement, to ponder the possible ways that the Cubs can get into a playoff game.  I recognize the hallucinogenic aspect of this, but it also confirms my belief […]

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Batted .347 in Arizona Rookie Ball

Cubs’ Sunny Disposition

The Cubs wrap up their season this week only games out of first place…twenty-some games. They released some good press about the awards meted out to their noteworthy minor league players. The players of the year for the minor leagues were INF Logan Watkins (23, Wichita) and RHP Nick Struck (22, Damascus, OR) both of whom play for the Tennessee […]

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