Tag Archives: Cubs suck

Chicago Cubs have worst day since 1962 as Yankees sweep doubleheader
April 17, 2014

by Kent Sterling On Sunday, April 29, 1962, the San Francisco Giants shutout the Chicago Cubs 7-0 and 6-0 in a doubleheader at Candlestick Park.  Glen Hobbie and Jack Curtis were the losing pitchers that day, and the offense generated three hits in each game.  Future Hall of Famers Ernie Banks and Billy Williams each […]

Three Weeks into the 2013 Season, Chicago Cubs Are in Deep Trouble
April 23, 2013

by Kent Sterling There is only so much a man can take.  Dale Sveum is the manager of the Chicago Cubs, but he’s a competitive human being first.  He’s tired of losing. Sveum vented last night before the Cubs blew another save – this one in the 13th inning – to lose to the Cincinnati […]

Chicago Cubs Owner Tom Ricketts – Slow-playing Genius or in Over His-Head Stooge?
June 2, 2011

by Kent Sterling Rick Morrissey of the Chicago Sun-Times asked Chicago Cubs owner Tom Ricketts what’s wrong with his team.  The answer that came back as he reportedly sprinted away was, “Nothing, just a lot of injuries. We’ll be fine.” Cubs fans are all hoping that Ricketts was avoiding the rather obvious truth that regardless of […]

Chicago Cubs Owner Tom Ricketts Q&A with Ed Sherman – Is in a Word, Nauseating
May 16, 2011

by Kent Sterling It’s hard to question the sanity or accuracy of the responses from the subject of an interview, especially when he owns the Chicago Cubs.  It must be, because Chicago Business’ sports reporter Ed Sherman in his interview with Tom Ricketts let’s him get away with responses that have very little to do […]

Cubs GM Jim Hendry (Again) Gives Fans a Great Reason Why He Should Be Fired
July 11, 2010

by Kent Sterling Jim Hendry can’t open his mouth without showing his uselessness as a shepherd of this foundering franchise.  With the highest payroll in the National League and highest average ticket price, Hendry spoke of the future of manager Lou Piniella. “He’s done so many good things – not only for us, but in […]