Using a scale from A to F, I’m a C. On average, that is. Created by a couple of Catholic Chicagoans, who cheered for the Cubs, when asked if I was a capable catcher, my comeback is casually,“si.” 494 more words
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The Tigers understand that it won’t be easy to replace a successful manager like Jim Leyland. Over eight seasons in Detroit, Leyland has won three straight AL Central Division titles, a Manager of the Year Award, and two American League pennants. 1,101 more words
By Dave Wischnowsky –
(CBS) Unless you were, I don’t know, wearing headphones all day, there was no missing the news on Monday that it was the 10th anniversary of the Chicago Cubs’ so-called “Bartman Game.” And to mark the occasion, the headline above Rick Morrissey’s column in the Sun-Times read, “Cubs changed forever by Game 6 in 2003.” 707 more words
DETROIT (97.1 THE TICKET) – Ten years ago Steve Bartman became famous, and has been off the radar since that time.
On that fateful day at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois – an unassuming fan, Bartman, made the mistake of reaching out for a ball that was coming at him and by most accounts would not have been caught by Chicago Cubs outfielder Moises Alou during Game 6 of the National League Championship Series in October of 2003. 45 more words