The Cubs Will Win a World Series within 4 Years

I take pen to paper and fingers to keyboard now as a Cubs fan, yes, but as a sports fan more than anything else. I do this, because it is my firm belief that times are changing, that finally, after years and decades and a century of waiting, 1908 will no longer be the last date in the Cubs’ record

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Chicago Bears Road To Revival

The Chicago Cubs have been reborn and look set to continue contention for years to come. The Chicago Bulls are ready to start their season with their new coach, along with Jimmy Butler and Derrick Rose (unless he gets a paper cut). As for the Chicago Blackhawks? They’re still one of the top teams in the NHL after winning their third Stanley

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25 things to happen if Cubs win World Series

By Charlie O’Donnell Its been 107 years since the Chicago Cubs won their last World Series (the longest championship drought in sports today), and many Cubs fans have a pennant in sight. All the North Siders have to do is beat the New York Mets in the NLCS (which won’t be an easy task), and they’ll have reached the World Series for

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The Blackhawks Dynasty Has Only Just Begun

The answer to the two questions you are asking yourself are yes, Chicago finally has a team with a dynasty with no signs of slowing down anytime soon, and it’s a hockey team. Last season, one of the teams from the famous Original Six, the Chicago Blackhawks, won their third Stanley Cup in six years, bringing their tally of Lord

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Jake Arrieta Makes Everything Okay

It’s a tough time to be a Chicago sports fan right now. Even with the Blackhawks winning the Stanley Cup, a cloud still hangs low over the team with the allegations against Patrick Kane. It doesn’t help that, yet again, the team has had to rid itself of some important players to keep under the salary cap. And then there’s

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The National League Cy Young Race

Flip a coin. Draw from a hat. Roll some dice. I would not be surprised if NL Cy Young Award voters use any of the aforementioned methods in the coming weeks as they cast their ballot. Jake Arrieta, Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke – you really could make the case for any of these three guys. 20 wins from one, an

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#WeAreGood: Cubs’ Young Guns Making Baseball Fun

When you’re a fan for a team that hasn’t won a title in well over a century, you learn to find the bright spots in just about every situation imaginable. And this year, the Chicago Cubs have more than a few of said bright spots to notice, many of them coming in the form of their young core of talented

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Kris Bryant: Chicago’s Savior?

All things considered, it’s a pretty cool time to be a Chicago sports fan right now. The Bulls have their whole team (relatively) healthy and head into the Eastern Conference playoffs with a respectable 3rd seed and a series against the upstart Milwaukee Bucks. The Blackhawks similarly have a 3rd seed and are duking it out with the Predators. The

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The Lure of Sports Stadiums

Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs. I wanted to visit the stadium ever since the Cubs drafted Jeff Samardzija when I was a seventh grader. I desperately wanted to see my favorite college wide receiver pitch in the major leagues. Although Samardzija has since moved across town to the White Sox, I’ve always felt the allure of Wrigley Field.

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