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MLB Network’s Hall of Fame coverage draws record viewership totals

This past Sunday, MLB Network aired the Hall of Fame induction ceremony for the sixth consecutive year. Unsurprisingly, the class of six living members drew an incredible audience for MLB Network, the best ever seen for an induction ceremony on the network, but the raw numbers are more incredible than expected. 516,000 viewers tuned in to the event, which is a mammoth increase of...
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July 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Dear Chicago Cubs, Never Stop Being You

See that? That pic above? It’s on the bricks of Wrigley Field outside the stadium on Waveland Avenue. It was a part of a series of murals commissioned by the Cubs to celebrate the stadium’s 100th anniversary. This particular section celebrates Charles Lindbergh’s visit to Wrigley. Turns out Lucky was a Cardinals fan through and through, since this was actually a scene at Comiskey...
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May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Anniversary Cake

Welp…that cake sure was awesome while it happened, eh, gang? By now you’ve seen the story.  If not…here’s the skinny.  Following the Chicago Cubs dramatic loss following their 100th anniversary party for Wrigley Field on Wednesday, the centerpiece of their celebration, a 400-pound cake in the shape of the iconic ballpark ended up in a dumpster. Specifically, “The Edible...
Via Hall of Very Good
April 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Road to Opening Day: #3

On the last game of the Cactus League slate prior to two exhibition games at Chase Field against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Chicago Cubs eked out a victory over the Chicago White Sox in the 2014 farewell to new Cubs Park in Mesa.  I don’t think I’ve ever seen an umpire induce an out before today: Nice to see Justin Ruggiano play some defense and shrug it off like it was...
Via World Series Dreaming
March 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Players Who Suited Up For Both: Chicago Cubs and White Sox

Playing on Both Sides The Chicago Cubs and White Sox organizations date back well over 100 years. In that time there have been numerous players who have suited up on the north side as well as the south side. There are a few Hall of Famers on the list as well as many players you’ve never heard of. Let’s take a look at the best, not necessarily while playing in Chicago, as well...
Via Sports Mockery
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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