Benches Clear As Chicago Cubs Win

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Benches clear as the Cubs win Saturday against the Reds 6-0, holding on to their lead in the NL Central. Jose Quintana pitched six scoreless innings, giving their bullpen a rest. He gave up six hits and struck out four. It is Quintana’s first win since May 5th. With no runners on and two outs in […] READ MORE


Craig Kimbrel Gets First Save for Chicago Cubs

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Craig Kimbrel Gets First Save Craig Kimbrel notched his first save as a Chicago Cub Thursday against the Atlanta Braves. He made quick work of his first two batters, but lost control against the next two batters he faced. In a 9-7 win against the Braves, Kimbrel came in to close out the game in […] READ MORE


Two-Year-Old Hit by Foul Ball — Update

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Two-Year-Old Girl Hit By Foul Ball During a game between the Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park on May 29th of this year, Albert Almora Jr. hit a foul ball into the stands just past the protective netting, hitting a two year old girl in the head. At the time, the family of […] READ MORE


Yu Darvish — Ten Straight No-Decisions

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Yu Darvish Has Ten Straight No-Decisions There are times in our lives when we have to put our foot down and make a decision for the betterment of ourselves and those around us. Although breakups are uncomfortable, most of the time there is a necessary reason for it. Even if you have to give your […] READ MORE


Cole Hamels Reaches Milestone for Chicago Cubs — But Hold the Celebration

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Imagine that feeling when you’re going to have a party and all of your friends are coming over. You’re cooking out and the food and drinks are ready to eat. You’ve done your part. All there is to do now is wait for people to start showing up. Except nobody does because your wife forgot […] READ MORE


Fan Safety – Extended Netting at Ballparks

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Stay Alert Going to a major league ballpark is an amazing experience. Fans love the pop of the catcher’s mitt from the pitchers throwing a heater in the upper nineties. They love the thunderous crack of the bat as they watch the ball fly, hoping for a shot at catching a foul ball. That being […] READ MORE



Shifting Attention – MLB Shift Might Be Making the Game Unwatchable

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A Downward Shift MLB attendance numbers have dipped for four straight years. Why? Is it the price of hotdogs? Are the beers not cold enough? Have the peanuts all gone stale? Whatever it is, there certainly has been a downward “shift” in attendance. Oh…wait… 2015 was right around the time analytics was becoming a full-fledged […] READ MORE