All posts in Chicago Cubs

June 7, 2012, No comments

by Rob Harris Since casinos first began accepting bets on sporting events, they haven’t yet had to pay out for a Cubs pennant or World Series winner. And yet, year …


Karma and the Cubs

June 5, 2012, No comments

by Rob Harris Twenty years ago, I lost my wallet in a hotel in Chicago after a Grateful Dead concert. The show was at Soldier Field, and after it was ...


Here’s how the Cubs can make baseball history in 2012

May 23, 2012, No comments

Here’s how the Cubs can make baseball history in 2012 by Rob Harris Who knows losing better than the Cubs? Ask anybody to play word association bet ...

Chicago’s Civil War

May 21, 2012, No comments

It’s time for Chicago’s Civil War by Rob Harris Baseball and Chicago are just meant for each other. People sometimes say this is a Bears town, bu ...

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    The Wood, the Bad, and the Ugly
    May 17, 2012, No comments

    The Wood, the Bad, and the Ugly by Rob Harris I’ve had this card of Kerry Wood sitting in my pile of future posts for some time. I love the Sergio ...

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    With Dusty we Busted
    May 17, 2012, No comments

    With Dusty we Busted by Rob Harris Back in 2003, Dusty Baker was a hot managerial commodity. He had managed the San Francisco Giants into the 2002 World Series, where his ...

  • It’s Time To Sniff
    March 14, 2012, No comments

    There is an important process going on with the Cubs in Arizona right now. And anyone who has a dog, or knows anything about them, can understand it better by ...

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    Not The Year To Bet On The Cubs
    March 12, 2012, No comments

    Depending on which site you go for your (legal) online betting, you might find the Cubbies anywhere from 25-1 all the way to 40-1 to win the World Series. Either ...