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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.
— Bloggers To Be Named (@Bloggers2BNamed) April 24, 2014
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! …
Cubs unofficial bear mascot does not like it when you remove his head; punches guy in Wrigleyville bar. It looks like they were both ejected.
Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) takes a look at whether Chicago Cubs shortstop Starlin Castro will rebound or fade away for Fantasy Baseball owners as the Cubbies try to build their team around Castro and Anthony Rizzo…
The Cubs seemingly ripped off the design of their new mascot, Clark the Cub, from the old Disney TV cartoon “TaleSpin”. But before Disney gets too self-righteous about it, perhaps they should remember the “Kimba vs. Simba” controversy from the early 1990s.
The Chicago Cubs’ new mascot (above left) has some terrifying ancestry (above right), and a link to the legendary double play combination of Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance.