Or more like the 2014 Cubs… or maybe somewhere in-between?
At the end of the 2014 MLB Season, the Chicago Cubs finished sixteen games under .500, finishing in last place in the NL Central. During that offseason heading into 2015, the Cubs made radical changes, and that started with hiring Joe Maddon as manager. We all know the story behind that move, and how a contract loophole with Tampa Bay’s front office led to Joe being able to walk away and get hired elsewhere. Continuing on to the off
For those of you who may not know me, I am Southpaw19 on the NSBB Forum. I run the annual Home Run Derby game on the Forum. My friends and family call me Josh. I am a family man with two beautiful daughters. The second of whom was only three months and six days old when the Chicago Cubs won the 2016 World Series. That was a great year for me and my family. We officially adopted my oldest daughter that October. Our second was born in July. Oh yes, and the Cubs won the World Series!