In the 1960s, Cubs' African-American Stars Became South Side HeroesThe notion that baseball leaves a city divided couldn't be further from reality on the city's South Side.
Optimism Growing Among Cubs FansOn this last day of August, the Cubs have a comfortable five and a half game lead in the wild card race.
Cubs Fans Optimistic With Maddon HiringAbout two dozen fans stood outside the Cubby Bear waiting to get a glimpse of Joe Maddon.
Hoge: Soriano Much Classier Than The Fans Who Boo HimIn Chicago, three things are certain: death, taxes and booing -- especially when a guy is making too much money.
Cubs Fans React To Firing Of GM Jim HendrySome Cubs fans are thrilled with the news that general manager Jim Hendry got the axe, saying the move was long overdue. Others say it's not right to kick a man when he's down.
Cubs Fans React To Firing Of GM Jim HendrySome Cubs fans are thrilled with the news that general manager Jim Hendry got the axe, saying the move was long overdue. Others say it's not right to kick a man when he's down. An informal survey Wrigley Field found that the supporters of Friday's move far outnumbered the detractors.
Hendry Shares 'Disappointment' With FansThe Cubs didn't start this season with lofty expectations from their fans. But as the midway point in the season approaches, the team has failed to meet the modest of expectations.
Wisch: In Defense Of The Cubs FanDuring the summertime, there are two things that I love. One is the greatest city on Earth. And the other is the worst baseball team on the planet.
Wisch: Giving An 'A' To Z – At Least Zambrano CaresAs the Cubs continue to crumble into dust – and oblivion – some people this week are trying to demonize Carlos Zambrano for speaking his mind. Others, meanwhile, seem ready to canonize him for speaking the truth.
Harris: Baseball Is Very Alive Here In Boston Thanks To 'Red Sox Nation'The atmosphere is electric here at Fenway Park, and that is no exaggeration.
What Happens When Sox And Cubs Fans Switch SidesThe rivalry between the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs is probably more uglier in the stands than it is on the field. But it can get even uglier for fans who decide to switch side of the rivalry.
Wisch: Where Have All The Cubs Fans Gone?Maybe they’re all broke from Illinois’ soaring gas prices (and soaring taxes). Perhaps they’re just hoarding their pennies to purchase NBA Finals tickets (I mean, the Bulls will be there … right?).