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2015 Chicago Cubs Tickets– Starting Over

The Chicago Cubs have been up and down but you’d be hard pressed to find another team in Major League Baseball that can draw a crowd like the Cubs. Wrigley Field has been one of those iconic baseball parks that just can’t be reproduced anywhere but in the Windy City, and Chicago Cubs tickets are one of the most treasured MLB tickets around. The 2015 Chicago Cubs are under new management, but no matter what happens there will always be Cubs fans pounding on the door. It’s time for you to get your piece of this historic franchise with Chicago Cubs tickets and a day at Wrigley Field.

Chicago Cubs Tickets – See it at Wrigley

The Chicago Cubs have been fan favorites for as long as anyone can remember. Long suffering Cubs fan know that their chance at another World Series could be just around the corner, and an end to 100 years of frustration is just too good a chance to pass up. Plus, there’s the magic of Wrigley Field to draw in the home crowd. Find out why these Cubs fans keep coming back year after year. Grab  from

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2011 Chicago Cubs Preview

The 2011 Chicago Cubs will be trying to forget 2010 and move on with a lot of new names in the organization. A season that began with promise ended up as a disaster for Chicago. By the end of it, Lou Piniella was gone, replaced by Mike Quade. Ted Lilly left town, as did Derrek Lee, Mike Fontenot, and Ryan Theriot. In other words, 2011 Chicago Cubs tickets will require a lineup card, at least for awhile.

One thing the 2011 Chicago Cubs do have going for them is a little momentum carrying over from last season. New Manager Mike Quade did a good job of handling his team, pushing them to a 24-13 record once he assumed command. Quade spent some time rebuilding his roster in the offseason, acquiring Carlos Pena in a bold move, but for the most part it looks like the Chicago Cubs will be relying heavily on young talent to start the revival.

Shortstop Starlin Castro is a work in progress on the defensive side of the ball, but he did bat .300 in his debut season. Tyler Colvin, another rookie, hit 20 home runs and plays a respectable outfield. On the mound Quade will have to tame the mercurial Carlos Zambrano, who seems to be either all in it or totally out of it. Getting him on an even keel could boost the Cubs chance in the NL Central considerably.

Chicago Cubs Tickets – Riding the Wave

For the third season in a row Chicago Cubs tickets delivered a winning season in 2009. It’s now up to the Cubs themselves and a new wave of management to keep Cubs tickets riding a new wave of popularity. For too may seasons the Chicago Cubs were a likeable and hapless bunch, prone to being streaky, and breaking the hearts of Chicago baseball fans. Now that the club seems to be on more solid footing on the field and long term plans are in place with the new owners, Cubs ticket holders are hoping for an injury free season in 2010, one that could erase the memories of a late season fade.

Cubs Tickets – Piniella Pulls Out the Stops?

Having Lou Piniella at the helm of the Chicago Cubs has been a godsend. His experience and steady hand have guided the Cubs to a consistent winning style and bred hope for the future. Now as the 2010 Chicago Cubs look to challenge in the NL Central, expectations are that Piniella will throw everything he’s got at the opposition to cement a return and a long term deal.

And there’s no doubt Cubs ticket holders would like to the vet at the helm again. But Piniella will need a little better luck in 2010 to garner a long term deal. Injuries and weak trades derailed Chicago, an effect felt late in the season as the club dropped from a neck and neck division race to falling out of the money. DL time for 3rd baseman Aramis Ramirez and outfielder Alfonso Soriano, as well as NL Rookie of the Year Geovany Soto, crippled the Cubs offense.

Cubs Pitching – Entering a Comfort Zone

The Chicago Cubs can at least throw a solid starting rotation on to the mound. Carlos Zambrano had his ups and downs last season, but his troughs yielded a 9-7 record and 3.77 ERA. Expect Piniella to pick and choose his spots in the 2010 MLB season. Ryan Dempster is experienced and crafty, but he’s another pitcher that needs careful handling. Ted Lilly isn’t expected to start the season so Randy Wells will be called upon to fill in the gap. Wells won 12 games last season and posted a 3.05 ERA. The #5 spot in the rotation is up for grabs, with either Carlos Silva or Tom Gorzelanny looking to win the position.

Cubs Tickets – The NL Central Battle

The Cubs will have their hands full in the NL Central. Struggling in 2009 means baseball pundits are calling for a race between the Cubs and Cardinals for dominance in the division. With the Cardinals offense led by Albert Pujols and the defense featuring Chris Carpenter, Chicago will have to stay healthy and play steady ball to keep up. The Milwaukee Brewers and Cincinnati Reds are still building a talent pool while the Houston Astros and Pittsburgh Pirates look to be the weak links. So, it’s up to the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals to make a race in the NL Central. With just a dab of luck on their sides, Cubs ticket holders could be enjoying playoff tickets again in 2010.

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Chicago Cubs: A look at Spring Training trade proposals - Cubbies Crib

Cubbies Crib

Chicago Cubs: A look at Spring Training trade proposals
Cubbies Crib
Spring Training is not only a time to get players in shape – it's also a time to see what you have and what you need. This year, more so than those in recent memory, the Chicago Cubs have a few pieces that seem likely to be on the move in the semi-near ...

Cubs' Tsuyoshi Wada making progress with hamstring injury - Cubbies Crib

Cubbies Crib

Cubs' Tsuyoshi Wada making progress with hamstring injury
Cubbies Crib
Does Wada still have a chance at making Chicago's starting rotation? It's still a distinct possibility. The southpaw needs to impress in Mesa. He does however have great competition, as Wood, Jacob Turner, Edwin Jackson and Felix Doubront are among the ...

Danny Ecker: “Jon Lester has a chance to be the highest selling jersey with a ... - WGN Radio

WGN Radio

Danny Ecker: “Jon Lester has a chance to be the highest selling jersey with a ...
WGN Radio's columnist, Danny Ecker, joined the show to discuss the Chicago Cubs continuing fight with the roof top owners and Jon Lester's rise up the top jersey sells. Will the injuries to Patrick Kane and Derrick Rose affect the ticket market for ...

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When Manny Ramirez speaks, Cubs listen - Peoria Journal Star

When Manny Ramirez speaks, Cubs listen
Peoria Journal Star
“He's my favorite player,” the 23-year-old Chicago Cubs outfielder said on Sunday at spring training in Mesa, Ariz. “In Cuba, you always hear about the best players, no one else, and you always heard about him.” Soler and other Cubs youngsters who ...

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Cubs: Kris Bryant slowdown creates opening for Mike Olt - Comcast SportsNet Chicago

Cubs: Kris Bryant slowdown creates opening for Mike Olt
Comcast SportsNet Chicago
Olt's not a spring-training obsession this time, but he will have a lot to play for when Cactus League games begin this week. The Cubs cleared room this winter when they shipped third baseman Luis Valbuena to the Houston Astros in the Dexter Fowler trade.

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