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The Cubs have been purposely altering the schedules and hours of their employees rather than pay for their healthcare, as mandated under the Affordable Care Act. And thanks to Tuesday’s storm, they got caught.
It’s the most Cubs win ever, as San Francisco takes 2-0 loss in five innings because Chicago grounds crew can’t deploy a tarp.
In a season that’s seen the Cubs unload Darwin Barney, Emilio Bonifacio, Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel, long-suffering Northsiders see a light at the end of the tunnel, and this time it’s not an oncoming El Train. This week Chicago called up uber-rookie second baseman Javier Baez, and the team has won two of his first three games. Oh, and the man-child also hit three homers in those games: one Tuesday, and two Thursday.
Tampa Bay Rays senior advisor Don Zimmer died at the age of 83 Wednesday, after being hospitalized for heart surgery in mid-April. Since 1954, Don Zimmer has been a part of Major League Baseball in some fashion, whether as a player, a manager, a coach or an advisor.
Flipping your bat after a monster home run in a minor-league game is only one way you can teach these young players how to play the game right. We give you the entire course description on “The Manny Being Manny Baseball Tutorial.”
Is it time the Cubs rebranded? Should they change their logo? They haven’t touched the damn thing since 1979 (the longest stretch of any team in the Majors). Here are the top 10 finalist from a crowdsourced redesign project. Tell us what you think…
Cost overruns, complaints from neighbors, red tape at city hall … it’s like they’re building this thing in Brazil.
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Dumpster Cake will have its revenge, in this life or the next.
Louis Reinholt, 100, had the nerve to show up to Wrigley Field 15 minutes late. Hey, get a watch you don’t have to wind! …