The Chicago Cubs swept the Washington Nationals!
The Cubs made the Pirates feel bad about themselves in this one. Probably.
The Cubs split their shortened series with the Braves. Come find out what happened and what it means in another BN Series Review.
Two out of two games, whatever the weather, is a sweep in my book.
The Chicago Cubs blew out the Cincinnati Reds (three out of four times, anyway). Plus a no-hitter!
A visual catalog from an incredible experience.
Cubs lost today? Yes. But that was a good series, folks! I can still make some fun with it.
An unfortunately bookended series for the Cubs, with a brilliant Jake Arrieta start in the middle.
The Cubs were no-hit for a while in game one … and then never looked back.
The Cubs took three of four from the Diamondbacks in Arizona, and it was a … good and bad experience.
Jake Arrieta was dominant, Matt Szczur got a shot, and the offense exploded. A great first series for the Cubs.
The new season is almost here! Let’s get ready for it together. What else you got to do while you wait for the game?
Brett and Michael get into today’s NLDS opener, and relive the joy of the Wild Card Game. Presumably. Depends on what you ask us.
The Cubs are headed to the playoffs, so we should discuss that in an audible, visible way.
No Cubs game tonight? No problem. Let’s have some fun.
Things are getting a little crazy, so I better get a Live Stream underway!
Cubs win, Blogathon ongoing, things, and fun.
Let’s have some audio-visual fun!
The draft is over, so let’s talk about it. With moving pictures and sound. Contemporaneously.
Let’s talk about the season ahead, Cubs prospects, and whatever else you’d like.
Spring Training is just around the corner, so let’s talk about baseball. Live! With Luke!
While you wait on Lester news, let’s have a little Winter Meetings live streaming fun.
Ever wonder what wRC+ was all about when you see it mentioned here at BN? Well, here’s your short explanation.
A video look at Maybin as a trade target in response to a question from BN’er Chris.
I use wOBA quite a bit when discussing offensive performance. If you want a little more on the stat, here you go.
Even if payroll doesn’t increase dramatically next year, there’s a boatload of money available for the Cubs to spend.