Tag: chicago cubs

Fun with Numbers – My Top Twenty

The game of baseball revolves around numbers. Lots and lots of numbers.  Baseball players wear numbers on their uniforms their positions on the field are numbered in the scorers book and your section and seat have a number when you go to the ballpark.  All those numbers are just...
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Global Warming- Is it for Real? Major League Baseball Players say NO

We’ve all heard the term global warming that’s been tossed around for years. I’m no scientist but scientists say our planet is getting warmer based on the temperatures that are being recorded.  Baseball fans and players can certainly argue global warming with the way the 2018 baseball season has...
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No Customer Service at MLB.com

It’s Opening Day for Major League Baseball.  Fist pumps all around because baseball is back.  All 30 teams (except for the weather postponements in Cincinnati and Detroit) are playing games today. Major League Baseball hasn’t had all 30 teams play on Opening Day since 1968. Today, March 29th is...
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Brotherly Love for Jake Arrieta

Let’s talk about Jake Arrieta.  The pitcher who was one of the most talked about free agents this off-season.  This is a  guy who has won a Cy Young a World Series and a Silver Slugger.  He’s the serious looking bearded pitcher we all picture wearing Cubbie blue. Philadelphia...
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