I’m needy and have an extra ticket. How’s that for a sales pitch?
I beat 66% of you last time, which makes me feel like a big man.
It’s another chance to win money and beat me.
I’m looking to give away a couple tickets to games next week, where you can sit with me. That is either a plus, or a huge drawback.
My lineup will dominate yours. But you should still sign up anyway.
Sign up (for free), play a fun game, and help Bleacher Nation.
You have the opportunity to (1) win cash, (2) by playing a free game, and (3) help support Bleacher Nation. Your attention is appreciated.
I’ve got a couple extra pairs of tickets to the game. Pledge your support to the Cubs, and you could win a pair.
This is it, folks. Get your guesses in today, lest you be left out in the cold when prize time rolls around.
Why haven’t you entered the contest yet? Do you hate fun and free money?
You’ve still got time to enter the fray, and the fun.
Guess the Cubs’ Opening Day lineup (and rotation), and you can win $75 to Sports World Chicago, where you can load up on Cubs gear.
Minor League coverage will be taking a step up this year thanks to a great addition.
Details on the Cubs’ single-game ticket sale, as well as the games I plan on going to, and possible meet-ups.
Spread your wings and consume.
Cubs fan Brian Pasnik wants to join the MLB Fan Cave. Let’s help him do it.
It doesn’t sound like the front office is offering Marmol much leeway. Ryan Dempster wants to stay in Chicago, Carlos Zambrano wants to sell his house, and President Obama still hates the Cubs.
This is the final reminder.
The deadline is one week earlier than previously announced. Details within.