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The Cublogoverse Picked Up a News Cubs Player Blog

The Cublogoverse Picked Up a News Cubs Player Blog

When Mark DeRosa was dealt to the Cleveland Indians this Winter, it was not only a serious blow to the Chicago Cubs on the field, it was a crotch kick[Read More...]

by March 15, 2009 Cublogoverse
The Cublogoverse is Unretired

The Cublogoverse is Unretired

Several months ago, the Cublogverse suffered a kick squarely to the crotch when Joe Aiello announced that he was shuttering the venerable Cubs blog, View from the Bleachers. All wasn’t[Read More...]

by February 23, 2009 Cublogoverse
The Cublogoverse is Repetitive

The Cublogoverse is Repetitive

This post is directed mostly at my Cub logging brethren, so if you’re not in that community – or not particularly interested in it – then you might just ignore[Read More...]

by February 20, 2009 Cublogoverse
The Cublogoverse is Playing Fantasy

The Cublogoverse is Playing Fantasy

If you’re looking for a fantasy baseball league to play in this year, the Cublogoverse is giving you a few great options. First up, at A League of Her Own,[Read More...]

by February 14, 2009 Cublogoverse
Rejoice! The Muskat Mailbag Has Returned!

Rejoice! The Muskat Mailbag Has Returned!

Some time ago, the Chicago Cubs beat reporter for Cubs.com, Carrie Muskat, announced that she would be discontinuing her wildly popular “Mailbag” – wherein readers could send in questions for[Read More...]

by February 8, 2009 Cublogoverse
The Cublogoverse is Awarding Things

The Cublogoverse is Awarding Things

So Cubscast – an excellent Chicago Cubs podcast – annually shoots out some e-awards for the best Cubs blogs and sites on the ‘net. They take nominations from the world[Read More...]

by February 1, 2009 Cublogoverse
The Cublogoverse is MONEY GRAB!

The Cublogoverse is MONEY GRAB!

Flipping through my headlines the other day, I came across this peach from Inside the Ivy: If the inauguration of Barack Obama as the nation’s 44th president is a precursor[Read More...]

by January 31, 2009 Cublogoverse
The Cublogoverse is Movin’ on Up

The Cublogoverse is Movin’ on Up

Recently, our friends at Wrigleyville23 got the call up the big leagues. Well, the call up to somewhere anyway. They were tapped to become the Chicago Cubs blog for MVN,[Read More...]

by January 29, 2009 Cublogoverse
The Cublogoverse is All About Parody

The Cublogoverse is All About Parody

There was a time when only the Onion wrote parody articles. Then came The Heckler. Then came The Cubs Brickyard. And now Bleed Cubbie Blue has entered the fray. Some[Read More...]

by January 28, 2009 Cublogoverse, Cubs Humor
The Cublogoverse is Disappointed

The Cublogoverse is Disappointed

Necessary background: Hire Jim Essian is an excellent blog. Of all the Cubs blogs of which I’m secretly jealous, HJE is probably at the top. Except for The Cubs Brickyard[Read More...]

by January 21, 2009 Cublogoverse
The Cublogoverse is Over-the-Top Intolerant

The Cublogoverse is Over-the-Top Intolerant

Blog are, by their very nature, a platform for opinion. We’re given the opportunity to tell you not only what we think, but also, we are afforded the ability to[Read More...]

by January 18, 2009 Cublogoverse
The Cublogoverse is Conventioning

The Cublogoverse is Conventioning

The Cubs Convention is underway, and the Cublogoverse is all a-twitter with tidbits from the event. The most terrifying goes first. Kaplan then brought up the inevitable question….Who’s going to[Read More...]

by January 17, 2009 Chicago Cubs News, Cublogoverse

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