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The Betrayal: The 1919 World Series and the Birth of Modern Baseball by Charles Fountain (2015)

The Betrayal: The 1919 World Series and the Birth of Modern Baseball
by Charles Fountain
Oxford University Press, 2015
290 pages

It is one of the most interesting—and tragic—stories in baseball history. 268 more words


Cubs and Wrigley Field Will Never Be The Same After Tonight

There are many ways to look at this season. First and foremost, baseball is entertainment, that’s why they call it a pastime. What the 2015 Chicago Cubs have done for the city of Chicago is give sports fan there a reason to believe. 424 more words

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Cardinals Fly High Over Cubs And More On The D & Davis Show

The MLB playoffs are back in Chicago, it’s home is Wrigley Field, & The D & Davis Show is the place to be!

The Chicago Cubs ran through Pittsburgh Pirates in Steel City and now find themselves in St. 275 more words


South Side Bar To Give Out Free (Or Cheap) Beer Every Time Cubs Allow A Homer To Cardinals

(CBS) Not everybody in Chicago has fallen head over heels for the Cubs ahead of their NLDS matchup against the Cardinals.

McNally’s, a bar on the Southwest Side in Morgan Park, is offering “free beer” to customers every time the Cardinals hit a homer in their series against the Cubs, according to one side of its marquee and… 177 more words


this day in crime history: october 9, 1919

“Say it ain’t so, Joe.” On this date in 1919, the Chicago White Sox lost game eight of the World Series to the Cincinnati Reds, 10-5. 67 more words

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Dash Top 10 - #7: Heidenreich wins Pitcher of the Year

The Winston-Salem Dash’s 2015 season is in the books, and Dash fans enjoyed many incredible moments. We whittled them down to this year’s Dash Top 10, which we will unveil over the next two weeks. 432 more words