Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo showed up at fan's house for a charity event supporting his foundation.
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4 days ago
Let’s start this by saying the important thing: this doesn’t matter. I know that’s not the best way to Draw The Reader Into The Story, but it is the truth. Whatever struggles Anthony Rizzo is going through—he’s hitting 0.040/0.167/0.040 since May 15th—he’ll eventually come out of. He’s too much of a professional hitter, and been through […]
Watch Anthony Rizzo help a Cubs fan make his marriage proposal.
Athletes use a variety of different methods to move on from a tough loss. Some players might enjoy a big meal, listen to music or watch a movie. Others may prefer to run the sequence of events through their head and figure out what went wrong during the game. The Chicago Cubs, however, do things a bit differently. After Sunday’s 2-1 loss to the Pirates, Dexter Fowler, Jon Lester...
The Chicago Cubs suffered a 2-1 loss on Sunday to the Pittsburgh Pirates, but things are going quite well for the northsiders so far in 2016. The team’s 27-9 record is at least four games better than anyone else in MLB, and they hold an eight-game lead in the NL Central over the Pirates and St. Louis Cardinals. The Cubs have an off day on Monday, before a short trip to Milwaukee...
Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo met with fans at a memorabilia show in Chicago after hitting a three-run homer in the Cubs' win over the Pirates, and Rizzo provided an assist in one fan's proposal plan. Rizzo posed for a photo, then asked Steve if he had any questions he'd like to ask. Steve dropped to one knee, and his girlfriend Leslie said yes. Rizzo even signed a Cubs...
When they unveiled the REGGIE! Bar in 1978, Reggie Jackson had already been in the league for eleven seasons and had already put up the lion’s share of what ended up a Hall of Fame career. Oh…and he was a World Series hero. In Chicago, they now have RizzOs. And let’s be honest, regardless of how well the Chicago Cubs are playing right now (and they are playing really, really...
Anthony Rizzo hit the piano early in spring training with the Cubs - 3/29
The Chicago Cubs have turned spring training into a circus sideshow courtesy of some off-the-wall antics — mimes, anyone? — to help break up the monotony and keep the club loose. Well, what is a circus without some real, live bears? And fittingly, said bears were of the young variety, as two baby cubs made the rounds at Sloan Park in Mesa, Ariz. Several media members along...
By TOC Staff Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo isn’t just a great hitter – he’s got a fantastic glove as well. Check out what he did in the sixth inning of Wednesday’s Brewers-Cubs game during a Ryan Braun at bat. That’s ... impressive. Quite impressive. Ironically, in his first at bat after the play, Rizzo would pop out ... to first base ... in foul territory.
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