Moving Day

Big news …

The Cubs In Haiku
Is moving (and expanding)
For more haiku fun

The Cubs In Haiku is now part of  Chicago Sports In Haiku.

This new concept in sports haiku blogs will feature several bloggers,  each following one of Chicago’s major sports teams.  We believe we are the only blog covering all major Chicago sports in haiku.

You can find us on Chicago Now or by pointing your browser to

None of the Cubs content will change, but you’ll find haiku about the Bulls, Bears, Blackhawks and even … <shudder> … the White Sox.

If that scares you, the old URL ( will soon bring you to the “Cubs” category on the new blog (instead of to this page) so you can endulge your inner Cubbiness without distraction.

But I believe you’ll find all of our new haiku bloggers fun to read and hope you’ll make Chicago Sports In Haiku a regular stop in your daily web browsing.  As always, don’t be afraid to click on the “Comment” link.

Thanks to everyone who visited or participated here, and helped this idea to become so popular over the past year.




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Game 69 – Cubs 5 Tigers 6

Tigers sweep the Cubs

Winless so far this road trip

Crosstown Classic next

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Soto Gone To Pot?

Rookie Of The Year

Having that old sophomore slump

Because he got high?

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Game 68 – Cubs 3 Tigers 5

Cubs aren’t gonna win

Too many games if they leave

Thirteen men on base

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Game 67 – Cubs 4 Tigers 5

Baseball games like this

Are a whole lot more fun when

Cubs get the walk off

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Sandberg On Sosa

Ryno says Sammy

Should not be in Hall of Fame

Why? “Integrity

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Game 66 – Cubs 0 Braves 2

Every streak must end

But did the Cubs have to leave

Twelve runners on base?

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