Anthony Rizzo

2018 National League Central Projections

X-Chicago Cubs 92-70 The 2017 Major League Baseball ended for the Chicago Cubs when they were eliminated in the National League Championship Series at the hands of the Los Angeles Dodgers. But the culture has changed for the Cubs as previous years would have them being eliminated in the playoffs as something for them to [...]

A World Series Hangover

When the 2016 Major League Baseball season concluded, the Chicago Cubs were able to do something that no one in their current fan base had previously been able to enjoy. The Cubs World Series Championship marked the first time that they had won it all since 1908 and thus they became rock stars within the [...]

2017 National League Central Projections

X-Chicago Cubs 101-61 Life is good right now for the Chicago Cubs as they are set to embark on the 2017 Major League Baseball season. The Cubs are fresh off of winning their first World Series Championship since 1908, and the bad news for the rest of the National League is they might not be [...]

October Here We Come

The calendar has yet to shift to the month of September, but you can all but pencil in the Chicago Cubs for a second consecutive trip to the postseason. From 2010-2014, the Cubs endured five losing seasons which included them dropping 101 games in 2012. But last year under the guidance of former Tampa Bay [...]

2016 National League MVP Candidates

Daniel Murphy-Second Baseman-Washington Nationals Last October saw second baseman Daniel Murphy become a household name when he set a Major League Baseball record as he hit a home run in six consecutive playoff games to help the New York Mets win the National League Pennant. Murphy left the Mets in free agency to join the [...]

Murderers’ Row

The Chicago Cubs have been romanticized in books, on television, the internet, and overall fandom. The Cubs have played their home games at Wrigley Field since 1916 as the park itself is a national treasure. But more than anything the Cubs have been deemed as the "loveable losers" of professional sports as this organization has [...]