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The Cubs, Chicago and the Chair — Part Two

There were a couple thousand fans around Wrigley, just being happy. Nobody was really doing anything in particular. I exchanged smiles with a a lot of people, got into a couple conversations and got high fives from random strangers. Over … Continue reading

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The Cubs, Chicago and the Chair — Part One

I’ve rooted for the Cubs my whole life and I will continue to do so. But I’m moving out of state. In my head, I kinda feel like the Cubs won this for me as a going-away present. To return … Continue reading

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The Cubs Are in the World Series

I’ve always known that it would happen sometime in my lifetime. It’s one of the reasons I never stopped rooting for them. How depressing would it be to have it happen the year after I gave up? The Cubs played … Continue reading

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Some Deep and Meaningful Thoughts on Stadium Names

The White Sox recently announced that the name of their ballpark will soon change to Guaranteed Rate Field. That just rolls off the tongue, doesn’t it? The fact that the logo consists of a giant arrow pointing straight down is … Continue reading

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Brewers vs. Cubs — Miller Park

When the 2016 baseball season began and it became immediately apparent that the Cubs were very, very good, I decided I couldn’t let the year go by without seeing at least one game. Miller Park, in Milwaukee is almost twice … Continue reading

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