Haunted Wrigley Field: A Tale of Its Haunts

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Haunted Wrigley Field A Brief Walk Down Halloween Lane The seasons are changing, leaves are turning, it’s getting dark earlier, and the ghosts and goblins are coming out of storage. Change can make people do strange things and one of those things is Halloween. 2,000 years ago the Celts (people who lived mostly in what […] READ MORE


Chicago Cubs 2020 Recap: The End of an Era

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The Chicago Cubs 2020 season ended when they were eliminated from the playoffs last Friday by the Miami Marlins. Chicago really struggled to make contact at the plate. In the two losses versus Miami, they had nine hits and just one run. This was a story all too familiar for the Cubs, and has been […] READ MORE


2020 National League Playoffs: Wild Card Round Predictions

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James Rowe’s Takes On National League Wild Card Round Los Angeles Dodgers vs Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers The Milwaukee Brewers snuck into the playoffs, and are clearly the weakest squad in this postseason. That being said, they’re in and Milwaukee will be looking to upset everyone. There is some talent, but expect them to put […] READ MORE


The Chicago Cubs Are Headed to the Postseason

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Even with a frustrating walk-off loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates on the road, the Chicago Cubs managed to clinch a postseason berth. It was official after the Philadelphia Phillies lost both games in their doubleheader versus the Washington Nationals on Tuesday night. Chicago still has some work to do to win their division. Due to […] READ MORE


What Could’ve Been if the Red Sox Extended Jon Lester in 2014

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Six summers ago, John Henry and the Boston Red Sox made a deal that altered the trajectory of the franchise for years to come. At the 2014 trade deadline, the Red Sox traded Jon Lester to the Oakland Athletics after failing to reach an extension with the lefty the offseason prior. Today, Lester and his […] READ MORE


A Cleveland Indians Oddity

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Cleveland Indians Oddities Entering play on Wednesday, the Cleveland Indians were amid a seven-game losing streak. Unfortunately, that streak got extended to eight-games as the club lost to the Chicago Cubs by a final score of 3-2 in 10 innings. For the Indians, this has been a tough stretch of baseball and it certainly isn’t […] READ MORE


Alec Mills Throws No-Hitter vs Brewers

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Alec Mills has cemented himself into history after throwing a no-hitter versus the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday afternoon. Mills is just the sixteenth Chicago Cubs‘ pitcher to toss a no-hitter. He had five strikeouts and three walks with 114 pitches thrown. It is just the second no-hitter of the season. Chicago White Sox ace Lucas […] READ MORE


MLB Hall of Famer Lou Brock Dies

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St. Louis Cardinals and MLB legend Lou Brock died Sunday afternoon at the age of 81. Brock was a six-time All-Star, eight-time NL stolen base leader, and two-time World Series champion. The Trade Lou Brock is not only known as a great player, but he is also known for being involved in arguably one of […] READ MORE


Glove-Talking

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Do Gloves Talk Now Anyone who has watched a baseball game in the last thirty years has seen some form or another of glove-talking. Glove-talking? What do you mean? Do gloves talk now? In my day they were made of leather and you had to operate them with your hand. No, no, you still have […] READ MORE


This Week In Home Runs: Week of 8/24 Walk Off Week

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In a season where everything has been different this past week added another layer to the season. We had a few more games get postponed due to COVID-19. That’s not anything new. But the week had several games get postponed due to the racial uproar over the Jacob Blake shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin. As a […] READ MORE