Best Case Scenarios for the 2013 Chicago Cubs

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Expectations for the Chicago Cubs in 2013 are, to say the least, not very high. Just about every baseball expert believes they will finish in the cellar of the NL Central. While that will likely be the case, it doesn’t […]

Chicago Cubs Trading Alfonso Soriano Would Be Beneficial to Everyone

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If the Chicago Cubs fall out of contention early in the season Alfonso Soriano is open to a trade. “I want to go somewhere where I’d feel comfortable,” Soriano said Monday. Well, since “if” is most likely to turn into […]

Chicago Cubs Owner Tom Ricketts Needs To Leave Wrigley Field Alone

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For 99 years, the Chicago Cubs have called Wrigley Field home, but it’s starting to feel like just another ballpark thanks to Chairman Tom Ricketts. Currently, Ricketts and his family of co-owners are awaiting approval for “renovations” to the landmark […]

What Numbers Can the Chicago Cubs Expect from Anthony Rizzo?

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Anthony Rizzo is entering his first full season as the Chicago Cubs starting first baseman. The young slugger had an impressive showing after he was called up midway through the 2012 season, ending the campaign with 15 home runs and […]

Chicago Cubs Should Retire Sammy Sosa’s Jersey Number

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The newest member of the Chicago Cubs roster is right fielder Scott Hairston. That’s fine, I’m sure he will be a serviceable player. He did hit 20 home runs in 2012, which would have been good enough for second place […]

Don’t Expect the Chicago Cubs to Contend in the Next Few Years

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With the absence of the Houston Astros in the National League Central, many experts believe the Chicago Cubs will finish dead last in the division. That shouldn’t come as much of a surprise since the Cubs lost 101 games in 2012, and didn’t really […]