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Cubs Leave Brewers Tapped.


You know, there was a time when I mildly cheered for the Milwaukee Brewers. The “Brew Crew” “Roll Out The Barrel” enjoying a good brew every now and then, well it’s just like what Ben Franklin says, “Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy” and yes, it is a myth that Canadian beer is better than American beer. 288 more words


Levine: Soler Comes Up Big In Wrigley Debut

(CBS) – The meteoric rise to big league stardom has been a nice story for the Chicago Cubs and Jorge Soler.

Soler has been a dominant force in the five games he has played since getting a call up from Triple-A. 464 more words


Cubs Get Schooled By Cardinals


The Cubs are looking like a great team but in yesterday’s loss they found the key ingredient that champions have which the Cubs still need to acquire.  437 more words


Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - August 30, 2014

One of my listeners gave me a direct request…

@sullybaseball Nuff w/ the Giants & Red Sox already. Everyother fan is sick of em. More on the Cubs&Roys&Pits&Nats,ect.

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2000s Homestand Promotions and Guests: 9/1/14-9/7/14

Mark Prior and the Cubs celebrating after they clinched the 2003 NL Central Division. (Photo by Stephen Green)

The 2000s saw three first place finishes at Wrigley Field and dazzling performances from players like Derrek Lee, Aramis Ramirez, Mark Prior and Kerry Wood. 345 more words

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The Cubs and Jackie Robinson West are in town to celebrate the 2000s

Greg Maddux during the 2006 season. (Photo by Stephen Green)

The Cubs have excited baseball fans with their recent youth movement, but no youngsters wowed America quite like the Jackie Robinson West All-Stars. 992 more words

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Road Trip Ideas for Baseball Fans

A road trip is a perfect time to bond with friends and experience moments you would not otherwise have the opportunity to. Sometimes a reason for a road trip can be hard to justify. 777 more words

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