Today Chicagoans celebrated a parade 108 years in the making. Judging from the pictures and videos you guys took (I stole,) it did not disappoint. Unfortunately, I like many others had to work. So here’s what we missed… Continue reading →
The Chicago Cubs front office celebrated winning the NL Central by taking in today’s game from the first row of the Wrigley Field bleachers. All eyes were on president of baseball operations Theo Epstein as he donned a 70’s pornstache in disguise… and Twitter went crazy. Continue reading →
The holidays are a wonderful time of happiness and giving. The lights are bright and spirits are high. This year I’m feeling extra festive. Maybe it’s because the eggnog is flowing and Home Alone is on HBO or maybe it’s because my body is rapidly morphing into a shape that can only be described as mall Santa-esque. Either way I’m in a jolly spirit, I splurged a bit and decided to buy some gifts to our beloved Chicago sports teams. Continue reading →
Take a bow Jake Arrieta. Your 116 pitch, 12 strikeout no-hitter was one for the history books. A dominant pitching performance on ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball is a hell of a way to break a 4 game losing streak. Arrieta was flat out awesome. Lights out from beginning to end. It was a special performance for what is increasingly becoming a special season.
In this edition of our Bum Talk round table discussion, we will be discussing the Cubs and White Sox first half performances and what direction they go before the trade deadline and into the second half. We are happy to be joined today by special guest contributor and Cubs fan Javy Dopez. Follow him on twitter hereContinue reading →