After a long period where the prospect of a 2020 season looked doubtful, Major League Baseball and the Players' Association came to an agreement on playing a prorated 2020 MLB season consisting of 60 regular-season games of a limited schedule followed by playoffs. It'll essentially be a "sprint to the finish" season but I'll take … Continue reading Baseball is Back!
Baseball is here and with Spring Training games being on almost every day, there's plenty to watch. Unfortunately, if you're like me and work nights, you can't watch much. You see highlights after the fact and don't get the full atmosphere of watching a game live. You still get to see the videos on MLB.com … Continue reading Spring Training 2019
For my spring vacation, I returned to Arizona State where I went to college for two years. I loved it and we're staying right near campus but we're also here to see the Chicago Cubs in their first Spring Training game of the year at Sloan Park in Mesa. Being here only three days, I'm … Continue reading Visiting Arizona 2019
*Originally posted on Letmebfrankblog.com* The Chicago Cubs have one thing that is rarely lacking: offense. Yes, of course, there are games that they lose but no team in the history of Major League Baseball has gone undefeated for an entire season. But for the Cubs, when one part of their lineup may be experiencing a … Continue reading Cubs Offense Unrelenting
The Cubs games of late have been rather exciting, whether it be because of Albert Almora making a leaping catch or tempers flaring by members of the team. After a recent bench clearing, the excitement continued when Kyle Schwarber got a called strike-out that he disagreed with, said a "choice word," and got ejected on … Continue reading Schwarber’s Ejection