Tag Archives: Cubs fans

Cubs fans hopes reignited, but not without an emotional fight
October 7, 2015

by Kent Sterling Baseball fans backing the 29 teams that do not call Wrigley Field home loathe hearing about the 106-year championship drought, the unique level of suffering it causes, and the many ways Cubs fans are different from them. I was accosted by an Expos fan at Indiana University in 1984 while wearing a […]

Cleveland Browns Fans Are Trying to Show Chicago Cubs Fans How to Be Pissed Off
September 19, 2013

by Kent Sterling The Cleveland Browns took a page out of the Chicago Cubs managerial handbook yesterday as they traded Trent Richardson – a player capable of helping them win today – for the draft rights to an as yet unselected player that might help in 2014 at the earliest. Click here to follow Kent […]

Chicago Cubs Four Greatest Moments
January 20, 2011

by Kent Sterling Constantly charting the plight of Cubs fans by listing the disappointing moments gets a little monotonous, so how about some positive memories. Some of these are a little obscure because they are my favorite memories, and they deal more in moments than overall success because, well, overall success predates the President William […]