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Fan’s Guide to the Cubs Playoffs!

Just published – CubHub.net has created a free “Fan’s Guide to the Cubs Playoffs” download in PDF format!!!  Inside you will find 5 pages of original exclusive photos of your 2008 NL Central Division Champion Chicago Cubs in action, plus facts, stats, and how to get tickets to all playoff games!!!  This is a totally […]

September 30, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update, game day, playoffs  No Comments

Cubs Playoff Ticket Lottery

If you entered the Cubs playoff ticket lottery a few weeks back, odds are you were not one of the fortunate who were chosen to buy playoff tickets to Wrigley at face value.  This email probably looks familiar to you: There are, however, still options for you to see the game in person. Of course […]

September 25, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update, game day, playoffs, Wrigley Field  No Comments

Eddie Vedder releases Cubs song

Pearl Jam front man Eddie Vedder has written and performed a new song about being a fan of the Chicago Cubs.  “All The Way” is available exclusively from the PearlJam.com website for a 99 cent MP3 download.  EDDIE VEDDER’S SONG FOR THE CHICAGO CUBS AVAILABLE NOW 09.18.08 At the request of Ernie Banks, Eddie threw […]

September 19, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update, oddities  No Comments

Two new polls up – cast your vote!

Posted on the sidebar of the Clark & Addison Fan Blog are two new polls… “Who is your 2008 MVC (most valuable Cub)?” and “Who scares you the most for the Cubs to face in the NL Playoffs?” You can cast one vote per poll per day, so as your opinion changes you can update […]

August 29, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update  No Comments

Go Cubs Go song at Wrigley Field

Chicago folk artist and long suffering Cub fan, Steve Goodman, was commissioned by WGN radio back in 1984 to write an up-beat Cubs song to help boost the marketing of the ’84 Cubs.  Goodman already had written and performed the acerbic “Dying Cub Fan’s Last Request” and (as I understand the story) Dan Fabian from WGN asked him […]

August 11, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update, game day, oldschool  One Comment

Grab this widget!

There is a new CubHub.net blog widget now available from Widgetbox… Get this widget and add it to wherever your widgets go: Facebook, MySpace, Blogger, iGoogle, …your own blog! You will get headlines from this blog for each entry posted so you can click through to read the full entry with ease! If you publish […]

July 16, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update  No Comments

Parking at Wrigley Field

Ok, we all know what a nightmare parking at Wrigley Field for a Cubs game is.  As historic and charming a baseball shrine the Friendly Confines is, the reality of being located in an already congested neighborhood just adds to the frustrations of fans on game day.  Earlier this year, we added a Plan Your […]

July 5, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update, game day  One Comment

What are the odds? …coming this weekend

Check in this weekend as I post two items (one on Saturday, part II on Sunday) on Las Vegas odds for the 2008 Cubs. For now, check out the new “Plan Your Game” section of CubHub.net…

May 16, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update  No Comments

Plan Your Game

There is a whole new section on CubHub.net dedicated to planning your game at Wrigley! Topics include navigating Wrigleyville (getting in and out quick on Game Day), parking tips at the ballpark, getting the seats you want, traveling to Chicago, maps & directions, and more!  Check it out at CubHub.net/wrigley – let me know what […]

May 10, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update  No Comments

CubHub.net now on Alltop

Thanks to you, this blog is picking up traffic and getting links from more and more sites.  Its a thrill to announce we’ve been added to sports.alltop.com! Alltop.com is a new project headed up by entrepreneurial legend Guy Kawasaki that features the “best of the best” blog feeds from all walks of life.  Check out Alltop […]

May 9, 2008   Posted in: CubHub.net Site Update  No Comments