Ryne Sandberg still has a residence in Chicago and is spotted around the city frequently. His presence on Michigan Avenue Monday means nothing.
In order to help Epstein not just ease his way into Chicago but to also announce his arrival to the National League, I have a trio of Theocratic Rules I suggest he follow this offseason.
Bodog didn’t put odds on Mayor Rahm Emanuel coming up with the $200 million in public money the Ricketts would like to help fix Wrigley Field.
Thanks to a once-thought-impossible confluence of circumstances — Boston’s historic collapse, an opening at Clark and Addison, and one man’s desire to leave the nurturing nest of his home city and spread his wings — Theo Epstein is reportedly ready to be the Cubs’ top baseball executive for five years and many millions.
Ronnie Woo Woo and the Ligue family and the Seventh Inning Stretch and the Guillen kids let me know this is not a perfect world.
A Cardinals fan friend of mine shot me a tweet on Tuesday night. In it, he suggested that the Chicago Cubs “need to do the Francona-Theo daily double.”
By making just three (relatively) simple steps this offseason, the Cubs can practically guarantee that the excitement – and the crowds – will return to Wrigley Field in 2012.
Right now, there is no managerial opening with the Cubs. But if there were, Ryne Sandberg would be reportedly open to interviewing for the job.
Well, the All-Star Game is done. And, in case you stopped paying attention around Mother’s Day…or Tax Day, the Chicago Cubs are, too.
One of the few enjoyable things for Cubs fans this season has been watching Starlin Castro develop as a player. The Cubs’ 21-year-old shortstop has the third best batting average in the National League.
On Tuesday night Chicago Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster plopped himself down in the interview room at Wrigley Field and told the pack of assembled reporters, “not a fan in Chicago cares what I have to say right now.”
The Cubs are feeling the pressure from some large contracts that are limiting the moves they’re capable of making this off-season.
For Cubs fans, there’s only one thing bleaker than the 2010 regular season. And that’s the 2010 offseason. So far, at least.
Last week, when pitching coach Larry Rothschild bolted the Chicago Cubs (honestly, finally) for the New York Yankees (honestly, seriously?) after a nine-year stint on Chicago’s North Side, I’m pretty sure that one name was the first to pop into most fans’ minds as a potential replacement.
After announcing he would not return to the Cubs organization last week, Ryne Sandberg was hired by the Philadelphia Phillies to be the club’s triple-A manager Monday.
When Mike Quade was named the next manager of the Chicago Cubs, many wondered what would happen with Ryne Sandberg.
(WSCR) – While announcing the Cubs’ coaching staff, it was also announced that Ryne Sandberg will not return as manager of Triple-A Iowain 2011. CHICAGO (AP) The Cubs say Ryne Sandberg will not return as […]
The 2005 White Sox season is one no Sox fan will soon forget. When Ozzie Guillen looks back on that season, he does so with fond memories of the players who made his job so easy.
Newsradio 780′s Bernie Tafoya caught up with Tom Ricketts and asked him about his newest employee and the future of another.
I want the old Tom Ricketts back. Introduced as Cubs’ chairman not even a year ago, he stood next to the lectern and described his plans for success with the clarity, confidence and personal connection […]