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Biggest Scapegoats In Sports History

Sports possess the strong, worldwide appeal that they do in part because they have an unquestionable ability to bring out the best in all — athletes and fans alike. 1,737 more words


Should the Cubs Sign Derek Jeter?

As Derek Jeter, the erstwhile Yankees Captain, roped a double in his final game in front of his faithful, deserving New York fans, a thought came across my mind as the Captain of All Baseball received his well-earned accolades; why wasn’t this happening at Wrigley Field? 586 more words


ESPN 30 for 30: Catching Hell Review

During my attempt to watch all of the ESPN 30 for 30 specials available on Netflix, I finally managed to set aside enough time to watch the one about Steve Bartman. 753 more words

The Baseball Life

Chicago Cubs, Steve Bartman And This Poor T-Shirt

I realize there are those who aren’t big baseball fans like me but I assume those who aren’t are probably a fan of another sport and have experienced heartbreak playing it or watching it being played.  251 more words

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Get to the Point: Baseball Headlines for 8/10/2014

I just finished watching the 30 for 30 about Steve Bartman so don’t be surprised if you notice me reaching a little too far for a few jokes here…Let me get to the point. 266 more words

Get To The Point: Baseball Headlines

The Inaugural "Impact of Music on Culture": Three Songs to Know.

This is going to be the inaugural article of an analytical uncovering of music’s impact on culture as a whole, and individual lives. Sometimes it will be a topic based article, and other times we will explore particular pieces of music, and their impact. 870 more words


Lord help me please, I'm a Cubs fan!

“Lord help me please, I’m a Cubs fan”

If you have never hiked up the steep cracked concrete stairs to the field level seats at Wrigley Field then you just haven’t experienced life in its entirety. 911 more words