Cubs Shot Some B-Ball Outside of the Training Room and News from Day Six of Cubs Camp

Pitchers and catchers reportedly had a light workout schedule Tuesday as the position players rolled into camp ahead of the first full squad workout on Wednesday. Position players had to be in Mesa by the end of the day. So while Starlin Castro and Junior Lake had not reported before the media called it a […]

Cubs Cut the Ribbon … Pitchers and Catchers Report to Spring Training

On Wednesday, the Cubs cut the ribbon on the new facility in Mesa and began a new chapter for the team. And today, Cubs’ pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training. The off-season is over, baseball is back. Pitchers and catchers on the Spring Training roster must be in Mesa before the end of the […]

Wrigley Field Restoration Update: Cubs Reportedly Having Internal Discussions About Moving

Dan Bernstein leaked the news on Twitter last week “the Cubs frustration with the rooftops’ intransigence is high enough that they are discussing the unavoidable prospect of options elsewhere.” Bernstein’s report on Twitter surfaced two days after Keith Olbermann labeled the Cubs as the worst in sports for mentioning a possible move out of Wrigley […]

Wrigley Field Restoration Update: Cubs Announced Partnership with Giordano’s Pizza

Last Tuesday, the Cubs and Giordano’s Pizza announced a partnership deal that made Giordano’s Pizza “the exclusive pizza partner of the team and Wrigley Field.” The new partnership was announced by Giordano’s CEO Yorgo Koutsogiorgas and Tom Ricketts. The Cubs and Giordano’s Pizza entered into a three-year contract that will expire following the 2016 season. As […]

Wrigley Field Restoration Update: Cubs and Rooftops Discuss Their Viewpoints on The Score

The Cubs and the Wrigleyville Rooftop Association were close to an agreement the week leading up to the convention that would have allowed the Cubs to begin the Wrigley Field Restoration Project and kept the matter out of the courts hands. But comments made at the convention did not sit well with the rooftops, a […]

Wrigley Field Restoration Update: Sections of the Cubs Contract with the Rooftops

David Kaplan obtained a copy of the contract between the Cubs and the Wrigleyville Rooftop Association and published sections of the contract in two different reports. The Cubs have used the right words when referring to their plans for the 100-year old ballpark. The Cubs are expanding Wrigley Field in the fact the team is […]

Rambling about the Cubs on the Last Day of January

Hello again, everybody, and I must say that once more … hello again, everybody.  It has been quite some time. To be exact, it has been seven weeks since you have been inundated with my rambling, sometimes incoherent thoughts that may or may not remind you of a distant uncle. There has been so much […]

Wrigley Field Restoration Update: Cubs Apply for Permit, Rooftops Tell Lawyers to Proceed Accordingly

According to multiple reports, the Cubs applied for a building permit to begin construction on the 650-square foot see-through sign in right field late last Friday. The application was submitted online after talks between the team and the rooftop club owners stalled last Wednesday. Cubs’ spokesman, Julian Green said Monday, “We were hopeful we could […]

Wrigley Field Restoration Update: Negotiations Break Down Between Cubs and Rooftops

The first part of the week has not gone the Cubs way. After the news surfaced the Cubs lost out on their off-season target to the Yankees, the Sun-Times reported the talks between the Cubs and the rooftop club owners broke off on Tuesday and the dispute will likely be settled in court. The Cubs […]

Day Two of the 2014 Cubs Convention: Ricketts Family Forum

Saturday at the Cubs Convention is filled with autograph sessions and of course wall-to-wall information. That is if one takes the time to listen. The second day of the convention is one informative session after the other where the fans can ask questions to the owners, front office and coaching staff. The second day of […]