ESPN —“The last time the Cubs won a World Series, Theodore Roosevelt was president, and the last time they played in a World Series was the year (1945) in which Franklin D. Roosevelt died in office. Cubs fans can only hope they return before having to wait for another Roosevelt in the White House.” So
Chicagoans have heard it before, and they’re about to hear it again: “don’t mean a thing without the ring.” First coined by the ’96 Bulls, this is the mentality that this squad needs to keep front and center in order to avoid the same fate as the 2016 Golden State Warriors, who set the NBA
During last week’s Presidential debate, twitter was just as lively as one would expect. Filled with jabs and rebukes on both ends of the spectrum. But one man in particular seemed to take a little more flack than he may have deserved. That man was none other than our soon-to-be NLDS game 1 starter, Mr.
Not since June 30, 2005 has a Major League Baseball game ended in a tie. That is, until Thursday, September 29, 2016. After 5 and 1/3 innings, the skies opened up in Pittsburgh, and a healthy delay would ensue. And with the game not being particularly meaningful, which in fact it was not, the two squads
Hailing from Bainbridge, Georgia, a small riverside city just north of the Florida-Georgia line, David Ross had his lunch-pail mentality instilled early. However, during those formative years, it was also quite clear that this guy was gifted athletically. Opting for a non-traditional high school experience, Ross gained the exposure needed to catch the eyes of
New Cubs reliever Mike Montgomery beaned Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday in the 10th inning of last night’s extra inning thrilling win and today we found out the seven time all-star has a broken thumb and will likely be out the rest of the regular season. Read more at MLB.com…
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Cubs reliever Adam Warren will be a part of the Aroldis Chapman/Gleyber Torres trade, the New York Post reports. Warren came up in the Yankees organization spending a couple seasons in New York before being traded to the Cubs in the offseason for Starlin Castro. Warren has had an up-and-down season in Chicago, starting red-hot before
Enjoy 3 minutes of highlights from the Chicago Cubs’ new closer, Aroldis Chapman.
Numerous sources are now reporting that the Cubs have traded single-A prospect Gleyber Torres and others to the New York Yankees for closer Aroldis Chapman. Torres was scratched from tonight’s game for the Myrtle Beach Pelicans. Developing…