Since many Cubs fans are still left without the chance to watch Marquee Network, we at CubsHQ thought it would be a good time to recap and rank every win in the postseason on the way to the first World Series title in 108 years.
With the world of sports and Major League Baseball at a halt, it is unknown when the 2020 season will start.
Rizzo: “Whether you are a professional athlete or a fan, just trying to stay positive right now, it is so important to keep moving any way you can.”
As the MLB season was supposed to start yesterday, fans are left with not only wondering what to do now but wondering when baseball will be played again in 2020.
On this week’s edition of the Cubs Corner, presented by Coach’s Bar and Grill, Anthony welcomed frequent guest Robert Fiorante on the show to discuss various topics on what should have been Opening Day.
Here we are, Opening Day, or at least what should have been.
We are getting to the end of our projection series as only a few left. Today we continue with our starting pitchers as we shift our focus to the Minor League.
MLB is considering an early June start for the 2020 season.
The projection series moves to the biggest flaw the Cubs had last year and could once again be that if things don't fall as they should.
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