Chicago Cubs fans will forever remember the celebration that went down at Wrigley Field on October 13th, 2015.
The Cubs crushed their curse and clinched their first postseason series at Wrigley Field for the first time over the divisional rival the St. Louis Cardinals.
(Cubs won 6-4 in game 4 of the NLDS /National League Divisional Series/)
//I’m pretty sure the astronauts in space could have heard the Cubs fans at Wrigley last night it was that intense//
The Chicago Cubs have NOT won a World Series since 1908.
Yes you heard me right. That’s a difference of 107 years people. That’s nuts.
How do people still call themselves Cubs fans after what some call as a hopeless franchise? It’s simple.
The Cubs are the Cubbies.
The Cubs have such rich history and a reputation that gains respect nationally and internationally.
Yes the Cubs get made fun of for having a “curse” BUT look at them now.
The Cubs are on their way to the NLCS (National League Championship Series. That’s the series before the World Series stretch).
BACK TO THE FUTURE PART II PREDICTED THE CUBS TO WIN IT ALL IN 2015
(YouTube video from Back to the Future Part II)
CUBS GET NATIONAL SUPPORT ON SOCIAL MEDIA
what’s next: CUBS will play Saturday, Oct. 17 NLCS Game 1: at either Mets/Dodgers (TBS)
Until the next time,
I’m Kiersten Ehr
GO CUBS GO
“There are only two seasons- winter and baseball.” -Bill Veeck
Let the spring baseball fever begin. Baseball fans can now take a sigh of relief as the MLB (Major League Baseball) season is finally here tonight. After waiting since last October in the playoffs watching the San Francisco Giants win the pennant, fans all over the league can grow in excitement and anticipation over the long baseball season.
Baseball is just like any other sport. Baseball can bring families, friends, peers, co-workers together in conversation, viewing, and even in attending ball games. I grew up watching sporting events with my dad since that was our way of bonding. Baseball is a great sport to take the family to on a lovely spring or summer day. Fans can grab some hot dogs and even tail gate if lucky. Yes watching baseball games takes patience and even more endurance if a game goes over three hours long and sometimes into extra innings. However, this game has been around in American culture for well over a century (Invented in America 1845). If you have never been to a pro ball game or watched a game now is the time to get a new taste for an American classic.
The MLB season consists of:
162 games for each of the 30 teams in the American League & National League
Played over approximately 180 days
A total of 2430 games
Season runs through early April to late September, followed by the October postseason
Opening night at a glance
The St. Louis Cardinals vs. Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field, Chicago, Illinois. The game will be telecast on ESPN2 @7:05 P.M CDT. This will be the first regular season game of the year and also it’s Easter Sunday. Eager fans can gather around the television and watch this historic rivalry face off. In this rivalry the Cubs and Cardinals have played a total of 2,344 games. Chicago holds the winning record over St. Louis with 1,189-1,136(L). The Cardinals won the last four series vs. the Cubs.
This is not the season to underestimate the Chicago Cubs. They have not won the World Series since 1908—— but the Cubs have a new pitcher that has sparked headline interest. Jon Lester is a 31-year-old starting pitcher (from the Boston Red Sox) that has signed with the Cubs for a six-year, $155 million deal. While with the Red Sox, Lester has won 2X World Series, 3X All Star (2010, 2011, 2014), win-loss record 116-67, strikeouts 1,457 and an ERA (earned run average) of 3.58.
The good old Wrigley Field
Wrigley Field. This name sparks conversation amongst baseball fans with great pride. The Chicago Cubs home is the second-oldest ball park in the MLB right behind Boston’s Fenway Park. Built in 1914, Wrigley hosted some of the greatest baseball figures in history— Babe Ruth (the ‘Great Gambino’). The vines on the outfield wall are from 1937! Tourists visit this little spot of heaven in Chicago who don’t even like baseball—- why you might ask? Simply because it can be a bragging right. You can say “I’ve been to Wrigley Field.” In fact I’ve been to Wrigley Field.
I have followed the Chicago Cubs & Milwaukee Brewers since my family is based in the dairy land (Wisconsin) and I remember waking up each morning reading the box score summaries of my favorite teams and players. Baseball fans enjoy predicting who will win the the next World Series in October. So what are you waiting for? Who do you predict? I’ve got the Washington Nationals.
“A hot dog at the ballgame beats roast beef at the Ritz.” – Humphrey Bogart