I used to say that I was a Cubs fan more than a baseball fan, but the last few years the old "lovable losers" are actually one of the better teams in their division, and so I've been following baseball in general more to know what my Cubs are up against now that they actually have a chance of getting a division title. (Plus with Mark Grace traded to the DiamondBacks in a deal I'm still not happy over, I was rooting for the D.backs too this past year as my 2nd favorite team, and I'm glad at least Gracie got his World Series ring even if he couldn't do it as a Cub).
I'm also looking forward to hearing the "Pat and Ron Show" again (on Feb. 28!). For those of you who don't know about the "Pat and Ron Show" they are the Cubs radio announcers and in a lot of people's opinion should have their own radio talk show despite their refusal to do so. Well, they kind of do have their own show, it just happens that a Cubs game is being played during it. The best way to watch a Cubs game is to have the TV sound down and listen on the radio (plus with the TV's slight delay over the radio it makes Pat sound like a psychic calling the plays a fraction of a second before they happen on the TV).