Chicago Cubs defense falls apart

The Chicago Cubs started out the game tonight on the right foot by scoring three runs in the bottom of the first inning. Matt Garza absolutely was sharp with every pitch he threw. It was the defense, or the lack […]

Will Chicago Cubs re-sign Kosuke Fukudome?

Ever since the Cubs signed Kosuke from his team in Japan, he has not lived up to the potential thy thought they were going to have. A former batting champion in Japan, he has yet to hit above .263 for […]

On this day in Chicago Cubs history…

It was on April 25, 1876, that the Chicago Cubs earned their first win in the National League. At the time, they were called the Chicago White Stockings, and they were one of eight teams to be part of the […]

Carlos Zambrano’s 10-game winning streak snapped

The Chicago Cubs took on the Los Angeles Dodgers in the rubber match of the series today. Unfortunately for Big Z, the Cubs were coming off a win, and by the pattern that they have been playing this year, thy […]

On this day in Chicago Cubs history…

Everybody has seen the white flag at Wrigley Field, flying high above the stadium after a Cubs victory. The white flag flying above Wrigley after every Cubs’ win has been a tradition for the team ever since 1937. It started […]

On this day in Chicago Cubs history…

On April 23, 1914, Wrigley Field officially opened. Although it is called Wrigley Field today, it did not open under the name. Originally it was called Weeghman Park until 1920. The cost to build the stadium at the time was […]

On this day in Chicago Cubs history…

On April 22, 1980 former Chicago Cub, and current Cubs third base coach, did what only 14 other Cubs players have done in the organization’s history: he managed to hit for the cycle. The Cubs were playing against their rival […]

5 keys for the Chicago Cubs to make a big move

As mentioned in a previous article, the Chicago Cubs are just a .500 team right now. Len Kasper and Bob Brenly even pointed this out with a graphic before the first game of the doubleheader. The team has only been […]

Chicago Cubs hovering around .500 record; it just won’t do

The Chicago Cubs have been hovering around a .500 record all season long. Luckily every team in the division has been doing the same (exclude the Astros). The Cubs are going to need to do something drastic in order to […]

Superstitions in baseball

There are so many players that have their superstitions in baseball. Some of them are very strange, and nobody understands them, whereas some quirks range across the league with familiarity. One way or another, most players develop superstitions as they […]

Chicago Cubs pitching is failing

Before the season began, the Cubs definitely thought that their pitching was going to be one of their strengths. Thus far this season, the pitching has actually been their biggest weakness. From the starters to the bullpen, the Cubs just […]

Chicago Cubs can’t get timely hitting

After 13 games of baseball this season, the Cubs have a modest record of 6-7. The pattern seems to be falling in a win one, lose one style, keeping their record around .500. What exactly is the problem? Sure, pitching […]