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Kyle Schwarber Just Destroyed A Baseball

Kyle Schwarber has some serious power, and on Tuesday the Chicago Cubs leadoff hitter blasted off once again. Schwarber turned around a 90 mph “fastball” from Johnny Cueto in the first inning and sent it 470-feet out to right center. 54 more words


Joe Girardi 1992 Topps - Sully Baseball Card of the Day for May 23, 2017

I hope Joe Girardi eventually leaves the Yankees as their manager. The reason I want this to happen is because I think he is a fine manager and would have a Hall of Fame resume if only he leaves the Yankees. 1,121 more words

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Cubs paying for additional security cameras at Wrigley Field

CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago Cubs are providing $1 million to the city to help pay for an expansion of video surveillance around Wrigley Field. 119 more words


The Speed Bump You Didn't See Coming

Some dates I could mark on my calendar: his birthday, the anniversary of his death, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, the date he played his last hockey game…  Other dates, however, just spring up and bite me. 1,057 more words

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Levine: Cubs Feel They're On Brink Of Turning Their Play Around

By Bruce Levine–

CHICAGO (CBS) — Don’t look now, but the Cubs believe they’re on the brink of turning their .500-level play around and regaining their elite form. 500 more words


Cubs Game Gets Rained Out Even Though There Wasn't Any Rain

The Milwaukee Brewers and Chicago Cubs series recently has not failed to provide us with headlines. From the epic dance-off between the two bullpens during a rain delay to now this. 438 more words


Cubs Call Up Felix Pena, Send Down Zac Rosscup

(CBS) The Cubs’ rotating cast of characters has continued in their bullpen.

Chicago has called right-handed reliever Felix Pena up from Triple-A Iowa and sent left-handed reliever Zac Rosscup down. 40 more words