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March 10, 2005

Cub Town at

I spend entirely too much time trolling the CBA and other Cubs Blogs. As a result, today's happenings feel a bit more like a funeral than a birth. Today, I announce another birth, but one which poses a lot of questions that I don't have the answers to.

I give you...

Cub Town - Alex Ciepley, Derek Smart

Cubtown is written by two former Cub Reporters: Derek and Alex. Both are excellent writers and have joined a new site,, featuring many other great writers, most of which used to reside at

In a related move, Christian Ruzich, proprietor of has announced a merger with the Most Valuable Network. His announcement is short on details, but MVN already has a Cubs affiliate Behind the Ivy. Thus, I don't know what the future of these blogs will be, but I do know that I have heard about no writer retirements, so all of your favorite writers will still be posting somewhere... and that is the crux of the matter. The writers are all staying.

I'll update this post with an RSS feed for Cub Town as soon as one becomes available... which I have heard will be this afternoon.

If you want to link to the site, just copy and paste this text into your webpage (template).

Posted by Byron at March 10, 2005 1:46 PM | Bookmark and Share

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