Jay Cutler doesn't really recall much about the last time the Bears played the Giants. The only thing he can remember is that was pummeled by someone on every other play and that he thought he was someone else for five minutes after being taken out of the game.
“If you think about it, seagulls are pretty self-aware,” said Wrigley staffer Lester Fitz. “I mean, they could leave if they wanted to. We count them because they chose to be here.”
The Cubs are near-last in the league in every offensive category and fading fast. One good thing about being a Cub, though, is that you have plenty of support. And some of that support happens to come from nerds – nerds on a mission to help the Cubs score.
If you were a sports fan living in Chicago during the 90's, you probably experienced most of this list at some point.
As the Yu Darvish saga continues to unfold, the Cubs are expressing disbelief that the pitcher's history of arm issues could have somehow been an indication that he might have similar troubles after joining the team this winter on a six-year, $126 million free agent deal.
When Spring Training was placed on lockdown due to the coronavirus, Grace started up an online four-week course called “Get in the Groove with Gracie” for a group of 10 Cubs rookies to teach them what it takes to become a big leaguer.
Today's Wellness Check guest is a major score for The Heckler and a throwback for our fans from the good ol' days. Listen and watch it here!