The Curveblog

Follow the adventures and opinions of Cubs fan, podcast co-host, and future journalist (of some capacity), Larry Larson

Everything wrong about the ALCS game 4 fan interference call

Jose Altuve hit a home run in the bottom of the first inning to tie up last night's ALCS game 4 at two runs a piece. Until it was no longer a home run, just seconds later. In case you... Continue Reading →

Yu just don’t know

The Cubs have inked 31 year-old Yu Darvish to a 6 year deal. While the signing solidifies the rotation as one of the best in the league going into spring training, let's take a realistic assessment of this move: Yu... Continue Reading →

2017 hot stove thoughts

It's been a while since I've logged on to my Word Press account. In complete honesty, I did not have the desire to write on this blog for quite a while. I have since realized that I miss it a... Continue Reading →

6/30 at Kauffman Stadium

We arrived in Kansas City about three hours after we saw the Iowa Cubs wrap up their victory over the New Orleans Baby Cakes. We went out for some barbecue before heading back to our hotel to get ready for... Continue Reading →

5/29 at Principal Park

First off, you're probably wondering: "Where is principal park, why are you there, and why are you blogging about it?" Well, Principal park is the home of the Iowa Cubs, located in Des Moines, Iowa. We decided to stop in... Continue Reading →

Cubs’ slow start: Is it time to panic?

If you told me on opening day that the Cubs would be 25-27 on May 31st after being swept by the cellar-dwelling Padres, I would probably laugh it off, citing their stacked lineup and the relatively weak NL Central. But,... Continue Reading →

2017 Hall of Fame ballot

It's that wonderful time of year again. Spring Training is right around the corner, and the hot stove is cooling off for the winter. Yet the baseball world is still filled with heated discussion, thanks to the annual hall of... Continue Reading →

7/26 at Target Field

I had been looking forward to our two day trip to the Twin Cities for a long time. Not only was I going to check another stadium off the list, but I was finally going to meet some fellow ballhawks... Continue Reading →

11/4/16 at Cubs World Series Parade

Ever since I was a young fan, I had my heart set going to the Cubs World Series parade once they finally won. Well, it happened, and sure enough, my dad, my brother Nicholas, and I made plans to go... Continue Reading →

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