This will put a big smile on your face this morning.
Category: Cubs Humor
A little more fun about one of the most fun moments from CubsCon and the 2017 season.
Anthony Rizzo is Here to Drive You Crazy by Teasing Dexter-Fowler-Like Surprise Return for Jake Arrieta
Oh, Rizzo. There’s just no way, right? I guess it’s always fun to think about these things.
The Brewers, God bless ’em, they just keep trying to fire up the rivalry.
I see all of the major Chicago teams. What’s the big deal?
Depending on how you define it, he might be the most pitching-est position player in the last 75 years.
Well this filled me with a minute of joy on this baseball-less, news-less day.
A little organically-developed, in-game joy that reminds us the bullpens are still out there? I am so in.
There is a Bryzzo horse trying to reach the Kentucky Derby. There are other things to discuss in here, but I thought you should know that.
A funny video with Kris Bryant on a trip to Austria with his wife, showing off the sights … but also asking some folks in the area if they know who he is.
It was mostly garbage, but at least we got to smile before it was done.
That’s what one survey concluded. I’ll allow it.
I am still laughing.
Hey, at least there was some fun to be had last night.
Maybe Ian Happ will think twice before not flipping his bat next time.
The Cubs hit the road tonight decked out in football gear. Fun was had.
You know you did something silly when even John Lackey is laughing.
Some fun from last night’s already very fun game.
Strop truly crushed this ball, and earned a bat flip regardless of the result. But the result, like the bat flip, didn’t quite work out.
This video has no reason for existing except to make you a little happier today.
Ian Happ getting into dugout hijinx? Who saw that coming?
Anthony Rizzo clearly has the chops to be a star at any position.
This game is bonkers, and John Lackey is just living in it.
Just the perfect comeback for the Cubs.
You talkin’ to Rizz? You talkin’ to Rizz?
There is a lesson here about what to do when you’re happy about the Cubs.