The Cubs should have won that game. There’s no question about it. Any team that has the lead going into the ninth by all set of logic, should win the ballgame. 373 more words
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By Bruce Levine–
CHICAGO (CBS) — The opportunity to win doesn’t happen every season.
Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer confirmed on Friday that adding a pitcher and a super-utility player would be ideal for the franchise with its first chance to make the postseason in eight years. 618 more words
In today’s second hour, Shannon Ryan of the Chicago Tribune gives us the latest update on the U of I athletics situation, Cubs GM Jed Hoyer discusses his baseball team, and after Andrew Desjardins re-signed with the Hawks, the guys debate money vs. 10 more words
In today’s second hour, Cubs GM Jed Hoyer joined the show to discuss the team’s response to getting swept in St. Louis, give an update on Rafael Soriano, tell an interesting dinner he had in the south of France and much more! 9 more words
In today’s first hour, inspired by Kenny Williams’ comments on his and Rick Hahn’s roles with the team, the guys notice an interesting trend with multiple Chicago sports teams and debate the best way to run an organization. 9 more words
The cold hard reality is that the Cubs won’t catch the Cardinals this season. Last night, the Cardinals beat the Cubs 8-1 leaving the Northsiders with a four game losing streak and 10.5 back of the Redbirds. 374 more words
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“At the beginning of the offseason I’m watching the moves A.J.’s making. It’s incredible, the change,” Shields said. “The teams that I was looking at, I knew that they were going to win and win now.