Day Two of 2016 Cubs Convention: The Ricketts Family Forum

Day Two of the 2016 Cubs Convention began with the Ricketts family forum hosted by Mully and Hanley (670 The Score), featuring Tom, Laura and Todd Ricketts. There was a common theme throughout the day in the leadership sessions. Ownership, the front offices and field staff all thanked the fans for their patience with rebuilding […]

The Daily CCO: Cubs Outfield Ranked Second in Baseball, Jake Arrieta and Other News

The accolades for the Chicago Cubs kept rolling in Thursday from Buster Olney. A day after the Cubs received top billing on Olney’s list of the best infields in the game, the group of outfielders received high praise from ESPN. According to Buster Olney, the Cubs have the second best outfield in baseball, behind Andrew […]

Ryne Sandberg Rejoins Organization as Cubs Ambassador

Updated 12:17pm CST – According to the Sun-Times, the Cubs confirmed Ryne Sandberg has rejoined the organization as a team ambassador. According to a report from Bruce Levine, Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg is finalizing an agreement to become a team ambassador and return to the Cubs in an official capacity. Levine did not provide […]

Cubs Weekend Headlines: Four One-Game Winning Streaks, Big Flies Galore, Awards and Roster Moves

It was a very good Labor Day weekend for the Chicago Cubs. The Cubs completed a three-game sweep of the Diamondbacks at Wrigley before hitting the road and winning game one in St. Louis behind Dan Haren. Joe Maddon wants his team focused on one day and one game at a time. And he would […]

Report: Tom Ricketts and Theo Epstein Met with Ryne Sandberg

According to a report from the Sun-Times, Ryne Sandberg had lunch Tuesday with Tom Ricketts and Theo Epstein. Sandberg told Michael Sneed that it was “just a friendly little lunch” and acknowledged he is moving back to Chicago. Sandberg did not comment further on the meeting or his future plans. Sneed reported Sandberg “is selling […]

The Daily CCO: The All-Star Game is in the Books, Cubs Franchise Four and Other News and Notes

The All-Star Game and the festivities are in the books. The American League beat the National League, again. Mike Trout was named MVP, again. And Major League Baseball will take a breather for a couple of days, well at least on the field. Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant played in the Midsummer Classic and each player […]

Cubs Weekend Headlines: Draft Signings, Roster Moves and Rumors

While the Cubs struggled on the field at Busch Stadium, the rumors picked up during the last weekend of June. The Cubs have been linked to several pitchers that are expected to be moved before the deadline. The Cubs made one roster move after another and welcomed back Neil Ramirez. Jorge Soler starts a rehab […]

Ryne Sandberg Steps Down as Manager of the Phillies

Ryne Sandberg announced Friday afternoon his resignation as manager of the Philadelphia Phillies. Sandberg was not expected to return to the Phillies after the season with the changes reports have stated will take place at the top of the organization. According to reports, Sandberg informed Ruben Amaro Jr. and the Phillies of his decision Friday morning […]

Cubs Franchise Four

Major League Baseball is asking for fans to vote on the four players who best represent the history of each franchise. And the players that receive the most votes will be revealed at the All-Star Game in Cincinnati on July 14. Some of the best players in the history of the game have played for […]

The 30th Anniversary of The Sandberg Game

On a Saturday afternoon with Bob Costas calling the game for NBC, Ryne Sandberg cemented himself in the storied history of the Chicago Cubs with one of the greatest games in franchise history. That unbelievable afternoon has since been nicknamed ‘The Sandberg Game’ and for many reasons June 23, 1984 will be forever etched in […]