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Photos: Sunset at Wrigley Field

Andy Masur has some new sunset shots of the ballpark, plus some updated looks at the construction.  Work in triangle lot continues, and the concrete pours continue in left field for the bleachers. 73 more words


Len & Lin Becomes Len & Lee as Frank E. Lee Pitches in Relief [Listen]

Lin’s on vacation, so the soon-to-be retiring Frank E. Lee is filling in on today’s installment of Len & Lin. They talk about the Pirates series, what other players await in the Cubs’ sustainable farm system and the upcoming Cincinnati Reds series. 78 more words


Hipmunk City Love: Where to Find the Real Chicago

Known as the City of Broad Shoulders for its connection to the industrial world of the 1880s, Chicago has emerged as one of the most interesting cities in the U.S. 472 more words

With arrival of Addison Russell, the future is now for Cubs

The Cubs’ twelve games of Krismas continued on Monday night with phenom third baseman Kris Bryant collecting his first career three-hit game in a 5-2 win at Pittsburgh to improve to 7-5. 815 more words


When Is a Story "News" and When Is It "Sports"

The line is blurred when attempting to categorize stories falling under both “news” and “sports” categories. For non-journalists, the fact there is a difference between the two is confusing and likely provokes a number of deeply furrowed eyebrows, so allow me to explain. 760 more words

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Cubs Fans Catch Foul Balls In Beer Cups On Consecutive Days, Immediately Chug Beer [Video]

With the bleachers under renovation, Cubs fans have to improvise to create a new “tradition”. Perhaps one was born this weekend when fans on consecutive days caught foul balls in their beer cups and proceeded to chug their drink. 53 more words


"Let us try and meet his Qualifications as a Gentleman"

In April of 1947, with Jackie Robinson on the verge of making his debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers, the “Dean of Negro sportswriters,” Frank Albert “Fay” Young… 513 more words