Last week, I was kicking myself for not scheduling a vacation during the deciding games of the first Cubs World Series since 1945.
But I soon realized what was a failure on my part turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Continue reading My front page story: The world-champion Cubs
I’m really kicking myself for not scheduling a vacation this coming week. Continue reading World Series comes to Wrigley: Why I’m a little bummed
I’m not afraid to admit it. I cried. And so did my wife.
We couldn’t help it.
Come on, it’s been a well-documented 71 years since the Chicago Cubs have made it to the World Series and 108 years since they won the whole thing. Continue reading History and memories made: The Cubs are in the World Series
The Chicago Cubs are at Wrigley Field tonight for a potentially pennant-clinching Game 6.
We’ve seen this before, and I remain nervous. Continue reading Cubs, Game 6 NLCS: We’ve seen this before
On paper, the Cubs should play pretty well against the Dodgers in the National League Championship Series. Again, I say should.
But will they? Our beloved Cubbies have found untold ways of breaking our hearts, as every fan knows, so it’s hard to say. Continue reading Cubs in the NLCS: Still nervous
This is the best Cubs team I’ve ever seen in my 34 years. If any team had a chance to reverse that 108-year-old curse, it’s this one.
I should feel great about that.
But I don’t. Why? Continue reading One nervous Cubs fan