Cubs align the stars

Another fantastic article by the Los Angeles Times’ Chris Erskine. Whether or not you’re a Cubs fan or even a baseball fan, you’ll love this read.


All of the demons were exorcised and The Curse shredded. The Cubs are finally World Champions. Congratulations to the Cleveland Indians for a valiant run in the face of much adversity and to both teams for giving us a thrilling Game 7. We’re sad to see baseball go but know that before we know it, spring will be in the air and a new season will be begin. Until 2017, baseball!

What more could a sports fan want?

The Cubs and the Indians in the World Series. College football. NFL. Hockey season has started and so has the NBA. It’s that magical time of year when the four major sports seasons collide in spectacular fashion, if only of for one more day. Savor it, sports fans. It is like the Hailey’s comet of fandom!

Kerry Wood does good

Most professional athletes who retire brag about the the amount of golf they get to play. Not former MLB standout pitcher, Kerry Wood. After a 14-year career marked by highs and lows, Wood is spending his time as a full-time dad to his kids, ages 3, 5 and 7 and to building a tremendously-successful foundation to help inner-city, at-risk youth. This article is lengthy, but can replace the time you’d spend reading about ten other athletes’ off-field transgressions.