We have two writers on staff here at Cubs Central – Todd Johnson and Clark Lorensen

The blog was started near the end of the 2013 season by Todd. Clark joined in July 2015. We moved to this address in September 2015 from the Cub Junction at WordPress.

From October to March, we usually post on the weekends as both Todd and Clark have full-time jobs. In April and May, we get up to 5 times a week. And during June, July, and August, we post most every day.

Todd and Jake Arrieta

R.T. Johnson – Editor, Card Maker, Photographer, and Contributor

I do love going to low Class A games in the Midwest League. In 2017, I will see the South Bend Cubs in Beloit.

You can also find my coverage of the South Bend Cubs, Myrtle Beach Pelicans, International Free Agency, and the draft over at Cubs Insider and on BP Wrigleyville.

You can always find me on Twitter at: @cubscentral08 


Clark Lorensen – Contributor, Tweeter, Video in and around Wrigley, Facebook Coordinator
11221660_10153251797851352_8264826757790708402_nClark Lorensen of the famous/infamous Larcher & Lorensen Blog Talk Radio Show is a contributor on this site. Clark focuses on the big league club. His duties include major league game/series recaps and major Cub announcements. He also has some nice video on our Facebook page.

Clark is originally from Kirkland, Illinois and has been a lifelong Cubs, Bulls, Bears, and Blackhawks fan. He lives and breathes Chicago sports. His beautiful wife Lauren encourages him every step of the way! And now, there is a little Lorensen, Hazel, being reared as a Cubs fan.

You can find Clark on twitter: @clarkinchicago


6 thoughts on “About

    R.T. Johnson responded:
    July 19, 2015 at 9:34 pm

    Typo…will get it fixed. Thanks!


    Drew said:
    March 31, 2017 at 1:16 pm

    Thanks for the site, guys. I’m sifting through some deep minor players in my Strat league and you’ve been a lot of help!


    Kevin said:
    July 31, 2017 at 10:31 am

    Where did you guys your 1982 topps template from, I’m thinking about making custom baseball cards.


      Todd Johnson responded:
      July 31, 2017 at 10:47 am

      I made it using an old card and a photo editor (PIXLR) to create a transparent template.


    Kevin said:
    July 31, 2017 at 12:15 pm

    Do you have any free templates I can use because i love how exact all your designs are!


      Todd Johnson responded:
      July 31, 2017 at 1:41 pm

      Sorry, I do not have any free templates. I just used a picture of an 82 card and the photo editor and then overlaid the template on top of the picture.


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