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Cubs open the month with a flurry of roster moves

Javier Baez returns to the Cubs lineup. (Photo by Stephen Green)

The Cubs Tuesday recalled infielder Javier Baez and left-handed pitcher Tsuyoshi Wada from Triple-A Iowa, activated catcher David Ross off the family medical emergency leave list and added outfielder Austin Jackson to the active roster.  493 more words

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Alpha Flight #38 (1986, September)

I’ve actually got three Alpha Flight stories to get through, but I’ll do separate posts for each one. Today, by Mantlo and Ross, “Pestilence!”

The issue starts with Namor attacking Atlantis in an effort to free Marrina. 514 more words


Cubs Place David Ross On Family Medical Emergency List; Matt Szcur Called Up

(CBS) The Chicago Cubs placed catcher David Ross on the family medical emergency list Wednesday and recalled outfielder Matt Szcur from Triple-A Iowa.

The 38-year-old Ross is hitting .190 with seven RBI in 57 games with the Cubs this season. 14 more words


Baffoe: If You Hate Fun, You Hate The Cubs

By Tim Baffoe–

(CBS) Does this bother you?

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Then this probably bothers you, right?

And, oh boy, this has to rankle the holy heck out outta ya, huh? 821 more words


Kap & Haugh 8/20/15 Full Show: Can Sox and Cubs fans root for each other?

On today’s show, Kap and Carm recap last night’s losses from the Sox and Cubs, debate whether or not Sox and Cubs fans should be happy when the other teams have success, discuss where they think Chicago ranks as far as sports towns in the country go, and analyze the Bears practice with the Colts in Indy yesterday. 19 more words


Kap & Haugh 8/20/15 David Ross: Having name chanted at Wrigley a "career highlight"

In today’s second hour, Cubs catcher David Ross joins the show! He discusses what it’s like to be a leader in the young locker room, what it’s like to have his name chanted at Wrigley, compares Wrigley and Fenway, gives his take on Kyle Schwarber’s potential behind the plate and more. 9 more words


Alpha Flight #37 (1986, August)

I’ve got tomorrow’s pull list up. But now, by Mantlo and Ross, “Death Birth.”

The issue starts with a flashback and journal entry from 1848. A couple ships have gotten stuck in ice while looking for the Northwest Passage. 651 more words