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May 7, 2008

The Cubdom resumes blogging

I've resumed blogging at The Cubdom. The goal is to cover the off-field aspects of the Cubs, such as tips for attending games at Wrigley and the business happenings around the Cubs.

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In the spirit of off-field intrigue, here's a few links:
The Cubdom - Cubs settle with holdout rooftop owner.
Bleed Cubbie Blue interviews Crane Kenney.
Ivy Chat reacts to the BCB interview

Finally, a check of one of my favorite pages, the Baseball Prospectus post season model, indicates the Cubs have playoff odds of 54% compared to the Cardinals' 45%, despite the fact that we're 2.5 games back in the standings (before games played on May 6.)

Posted by Byron at May 7, 2008 12:51 AM | Bookmark and Share


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