Greg Maddux and Tony La Russa will not have logos on their Hall of Fame plaques.
It was a rough day for both of Chicago’s baseball teams when it was learned that Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka signed with the Yankees.
The long-running dispute between the Cubs and rooftop club owners standing in the way of a $500 million plan to renovate Wrigley Field and develop the land around it will be resolved in the courts — not at the bargaining table.
With spring training less than a month away, it’s time to begin reviewing the 2014 Cubs. I’ll begin with the most important piece of any team: the revenue side.
The Chicago Cubs invited both Hall of fame pitcher Greg Maddux and infielder Ryne Sandberg to the Cub Convention this weekend.
According to MLB sources, the Chicago Cubs will be one of the finalists this week in the Masahiro Tanaka signing sweepstakes. The bidding will end on Thursday when the pitchers posting period expires.
It appears both the Cubs and White Sox are serious players in the Tanaka sweepstakes.
Here are some ideas to fix the bad PR the mascot brought this week.
MLB announced the official expansion of replay Thursday.
The internet has had a lot of fun at the expense of the new Cubs mascot.
The anger over the new Cubs mascot is a waste of time.
The Cubs’ new mascot falls short.
The bear Cub “Clark” made his debut Monday night with a visit to the Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center’s pediatric developmental center.
Come July, Greg Maddux will enter the Hall of Fame with an Atlanta Braves cap emblazoned on his plaque. And that’s absolutely as it should be.
White Sox slugger Frank Thomas and Cubs pitcher Greg Maddux have been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame
Congratulations, Ken Gurnick. I now know your name. It’s only because of your asinine Hall of Fame ballot, but at least now I know who you are.
The fan bases don’t often agree on much, but let’s hope we can all agree on that.
Here’s to a smarter 2014.
Come next week, Greg Maddux will make the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. But he almost certainly won’t make it in the way he should.
The Cubs and right-handed pitcher Jose Veras agreed on a one-year deal with a club option for 2015, the team announced Friday.