Cub Tracks

Cub Tracks Has Something To Prove

Just like many Cubs who will be on audition this spring, Cub Tracks has something to prove. Today, there's more proof that our prospects are well thought of, grading the offseason, and everyone getting a chance to pitch.

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Celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1984 Cubs

In 1984, the Chicago Cubs captured the hearts and minds of Chicago sports fans. Even though they fell short of winning the World Series, the team left an indelible mark on a generation of Cubs fans who remember hearing Van Halen's "Jump" open WGN telecasts.

Cub Tracks Counts On Bouncing Back

The Cubs' present looks bleak, but don't trouble Rick Renteria with that. He's a "glass half-full guy" who is focused on the bounce back candidates who can help the Cubs this year.

Cub Tracks Has Body Issues

The human body is flawed and some players try to heal their bodies. Meanwhile, the prospects are building a body of evidence that the future is coming. Soon.

Cub Tracks Eyes The Infield

A look at the Cub infield will pretty much reveal whether you're a glass half-full, half-empty, or "hey, who drank my Old Style?!?!" fan. Today's Cub Tracks looks for fixes around the horn, continues to project, and examines images from Mars.

Cub Tracks Is At The Crossroads

Shark is at a crossroad, Big V gets dissed, the Cubs try to emulate their arch rivals, everyone expects the Cubs to stink, and Tattoine could be real. How's that for a mixed bag in today's Cub Tracks?

Cub Tracks Is Just Super

Many sports fans will be preoccupied with another event today. Here in the Cub fandom, we are still basking in the glow of adding two pitchers to the mix. Basking. Yep. Let's go with that.

Cub Tracks Is Packing Up

The team is packing boxes to head to spring training. So Cub Tracks looks at some of the players who will meet that cargo in Arizona, plus projections that are breaking bad (for the Cubs), happy trade returns, and Chris Bosio's confidence.

Cub Tracks Improves From Within

With little in the way of new roster additions, any improvement from the Cubs is going to have to come from within. So Rick Renteria and his staff have their work cut out for them.

Cub Tracks Is Repetitious

The beat writers are working on a lot of group think, again. But there's still plenty of news about what the Cubs should do now, the hassles of renovating a home, who is coming to spring training, and a decade spent on Mars.


Cub Tracks Is Moving On

That's really all you can do after missing out on something or someone you wanted. So what's next? The writers have some ideas.

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