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Grading the Moves of the White Sox Rebuild Era

The White Sox hope these transactions will truly “change the game” as their recent series of promotions boldly touts.

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2020 MLB Predictions

With a few twists, 2020 could bring about a wild MLB season.

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What’s the Ideal MLB Playoff Layout?

MLB should employ an extension of the current playoff system to combat tanking and incentivize winning for teams on the cusp of a Wild Card appearance but not necessarily a division championship.

Trading Kris Bryant Slams the Competitive Window Shut, but is it Necessary for the Cubs Long Term?

With the large contract the Cubs will need to offer Bryant in two offseasons to retain him, do the Cubs need to trade him now to set themselves up for long term success?

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The Cubs are No Worse on Paper than that 2016 team, so What’s Changed?

With largely the same roster as the 2016 World Series team, it’s frustrating to watch the Cubs consistently underachieve relative to their talent level.

Cubs On Tap – 8/22/19

Cubs win! Cubs sweep the Giants at Wrigley today, winning the series finale 1 – 0. Ron Luce runs solo tonight recapping the pitchers duel that was today at Wrigley before previewing tomorrow’s game to open the Nationals series. Ron will be at the ballpark in the bleachers so listeners… if you’re around, say hello

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