As the Cubs wait on Girardi, they’re getting the ball rolling on other fronts.
Some Cubs-related visual candy. Pretty awesome, if you ask me.
Warning: This post is entirely meta. So, if you’re looking for a post involving actual Chicago Cubs-specific content, you may want to skip this one. There’ve been quite a few[Read More…]
Sometimes the anonymity of the Internet creates a false sense of importance. Unfortunately for me, it also creates a false sense of unimportance. As some of you know, I occasionally[Read More…]
There are moments in the development of the Internet so profound that they will be remembered in the annals of history as just that – history. Broadband access. YouTube. Facebook.[Read More…]
The Cublogoverse is loaded with quality sites – including quality message boards. But I thought I’d take the opportunity to suggest checking out the best Chicago Cubs message board out[Read More…]
The Cublogoverse is always expanding – there is a new Cubs blog out there, on average, every week – and contracting – those same new Cubs blogs seem to last,[Read More…]
The good guys at Cubscast have put together a Twitter campaign to show public support for Andre Dawson’s Hall of Fame candidacy. And hey, sports writers uses Twitter like whoa,[Read More…]
The Cublogoverse has always been a fluid space – shrinking and expanding as new blogs pop up, and old blogs fade away. Usually, Cubs blogs drift out without much fanfare.[Read More…]
Well, here’s the Cubs’ chance. To make room for (juicing) reliever, Juan Rincon, the Colorado Rockies designated Murton for assignment. Murton’s quick trip to Coors Field left him eager for[Read More…]
Chicago Cubs writer Dave Kaplan set off a firestorm yesterday when he posited that Carlos Zambrano May Be the Most Overpaid Player in the Game. That suggestion, alone, would have[Read More…]
Although generally I avoid these large link dumps, there were too many good mid-season reviews/commentaries on the Chicago Cubs’ 2009 season in the Cublogoverse to only note and comment on[Read More…]
The Chicago Cubs’ offensive woes this year are well-documented. But it’s not just a general suckiness offensively that’s burdening the club, there’s a specific, exceptional problem: the Cubs are the[Read More…]
There was an excellent dialogue flying back and forth in the Cublogoverse a couple weeks ago (yes, yes, I’m late to the party) on the subject of booing. It’s actually[Read More…]
And you better catch it quick before the author gets demoted. Just kidding. I mean, did you see his homer last night? Bobby Scales is a new blogger on MLB,[Read More…]
Our friends over at View from the Bleachers are conducting a Cubs Confidence survey, and they’d like you to hop over for a quick 30 second survey. Should be fun[Read More…]
Aside from the tedium of writing the same game recap that every single news publication and every other blog writes, we don’t do recaps here at Bleacher Nation in no[Read More…]
Phil Rogers, as a knighted member of the Cublogoverse owes us more. Rogers recently wrote a veiled critique of all things Jim Hendry. The gist of the opus is that[Read More…]
Yeah, yeah. It’s April and Kosuke Fukudome is one of the hottest hitters in baseball. What else is new. But had to give a shout to Zoner Sports, if for[Read More…]
There has always been an “old media” element of the Cublogoverse: the Tribune, the Sun-Times, the Daily Herald, etc. Without them – and more importantly, their access – the “new[Read More…]
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