A few weeks back we featured this brilliant mashup of the San Francisco Giants and the Full House opening theme. While the Tanners were historically more of a hockey family, it was great nonetheless. 227 more words
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Seventeen years ago. Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire were in a homerun race that didn’t require an asterisk yet; we lived in a city we loved, near some of our closest friends and those who were yet to become our closest friends, with no shortage of dollar beer and burger nights; and all four of our parents were vibrantly full of life. 142 more words
It’s been a few days since I decided to attend games one and two between the Cubs and the Giants at AT&T Park.
My seats were incredible, row F in the Field Club off the first base side, four rows behind the Cubs dugout watching the fun unfold before me. 838 more words
One thing you can say about the Chicago Cubs (All right, there’s plenty but this is just one) They never make things easy on themselves. Yesterday’s 4-1 loss against their most recent playoff nemesis the Los Angeles Dodgers was a lesson in humility. 278 more words
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw struck out a season-high 14 batters leading Los Angeles to a 4-1 win over the Chicago Cubs in the first of a three game set at Chavez Ravine. 56 more words
Clayton Kershaw struck out a season high-tying 14 to win for the first time in three outings and the NL West-leading Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Chicago Cubs 4-1 Friday night in the series opener. 430 more words