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Musings from my weekend in Chicago

By Jarrett Van Meter

Chicago is one of those cities with an energy all it’s own. There is a scene for just about everyone. Artists come from all over to be apart of the city’s creative movement. 327 more words


Cubs Winter Leagues Recap: 11/23/14

It was a quiet day for Cubs prospects in the Caribbean Sunday. Catching prospect Willson Contreras managed to help his team in Venezuela, while Arismendy Alcantara contributed to his Dominican club. 186 more words

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Reports: Red Sox On Verge Of Signing Ramirez, Sandoval

(CBS) The Red Sox appear to have opened their checkbooks in a big way.

Boston is on the verge of signing Hanley Ramirez, according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports.com… 239 more words


Cubs Authentics unveils new Wrigley Field Collection

Not only is the restoration process at Wrigley Field in full swing, but fans can now capitalize on its progress. On Monday, Cubs Authentics introduced the Wrigley Field Collection for fans looking to collect unique items from the historic ballpark. 318 more words

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The miserable, soul-crushing, hope-dashing, nervous-breakdown-inducing failure of the 2014-2015 Chicago Cubs Offseason

From the Damned if You Don’t file, here is a column from Peter Gammons where he quotes a radio Brainiac’s thoughts on the Hot Stove for the… 497 more words

Hot Stove League

Braves lose 24-2 to the Cubs (July 3, 1945)

At Braves Field in Boston on July 3, 1945‚ the Cubs tally the most runs in their post-1900 history when they blast the Boston Braves, 24-2. 16 more words

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MLB players react to Odell Beckham, Jr. catch on Sunday Night Football

During the off-season, baseball players are just like you and me: sitting at home on Sunday night, watching football. Tonight’s match-up on Sunday Night Football included the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys — always a treat. 232 more words