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The Exception to Trusting Tom Hanks: There is PLENTY of Crying in Baseball

Did you know that Tom Hanks topped Forbes’ list of “The 100 Most Trusted People in America?”

As someone who played softball for 18 out of the 23 years of her life, it of course is a give-in that… 1,551 more words

New York Mets

On the Death of Cecil the Animal

I bet that title has already upset some people. You deserve it. “You’ve demeaned him!” No, I haven’t. My intention was to demean you, if you’re the sort who gets ragey about this. 1,019 more words

Culture

The Issue of Steve Bartman's Personal Information

I do agree that it was one of the biggest interferences in baseball history by a fan, but the cons clearly outweigh the pros by spreading his personal information across the world, especially in this age of technology.  436 more words

Sports Reporting And Analysis

The Chicago White Sox Now and The Chicago White Sox in 2005: Insight from David Kaplan

David Kaplan joined the show this morning to talk about how good Chris Sale has been for the White Sox, despite the team’s inconsistencies. We also touched on the Chicago Cubs, including touching on the Steve Bartman incident and a story from the 2005 Chicago White Sox World Series Championship run. 7 more words

Steve Cochran

Cubs Lose A Close One, Two Rookies Bump Into Each Other, You'll Never Guess What Happened and Steve Bartman Seventh Inning Stretch?

There was a moment in yesterday’s game against the Miami Marlins which summed up the theme of the game. Addison Russell was chasing a foul ball and so was Kris Bryant. 336 more words

Chicago Cubs

World's Greatest Dad Grabs A Foul Ball While Feeding A Baby

And now we’ve found the anti-Steve Bartman. The circle in Chicago is finally closed. (Okay, no it isn’t. Sorry, everyone. Sorry.)

Anyway, here’s a dad holding an infant child in one hand and barehanding a foul ball in the other during the Dodgers-Cubs game on Tuesday. 53 more words

Sports

Through the Eyes of Two Lifers: The Offseason Texts

Zane and Myles are 23 years old and they love the Chicago Cubs.  Really love them.  They also love to text about them.  They think they know what the hell they’re talking about.   5,444 more words

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