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    The Chicago Cubs

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    The Chicago Cubs are an interesting part of Illinois history, even if they are not always successful. The history of Wrigley Field, the famous players, and the stories behind every game are why Chicago loves the Cubs. It is the atmosphere of the friendly confines when you walk in through those gates. It is jumping out of your seat when the ball is being hit out of the park. It is things as little as singing the 7th inning stretch with all the other Cub fans around you. Rooting for the underdog is

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    life more. The game is baseball, and from the age of 7 I have been completely immersed in it. I can remember myself from a very young age; sitting down and watching the Chicago Cubs play baseball. I probably did not understand the rules or even the basic of the game yet, but for some odd reasons the game always captivated me. The Cubs have been and will

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    Chicago Cubs Book Report

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    Seth Moser In the world series the cubs are playing the cleveland indians. The last time the Chicago Cubs Won the world series was 1908. Many baseball fans have made jokes about the cubs for not winning it for 108 years but we will hopefully this year. This year is the first time i ever played basketball for a team. I never enjoyed the sport until 6th grade when I first started going to the rec center with my friends. I was always mostly picker last or second to last because of me not having any

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    Ariail’s cartoon demonstrates how he is comparing Chicago Cubs fans winning year to Republican and Democrat disappointing year. In Ariail’s cartoon there are two different frames. In the first frame there is a bear illustrated. The bear seems to be expressing excitement by jumping in the air. The bear can be seen wearing a Chicago Cubs jersey and hat. The bear is also holding up a banner

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    On November 2nd, 2016, the Chicago Cubs won the world series after 108 years of being "cursed." The Cubs won the world series in 1907 and 1908 but were not able to win again after that. Sports bring many people together that are into watching sports as well. Although they may not like or dislike the same things as them, one thinks they would share in common is the love for their sport. During the Chicago Cubs, World Series weekend victory had a significant impact on the city positively. Many different

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    Series Joe Buck had a negative view on the Cubs their entire post season. Every comment that was said was said in a negative and discouraging manner. This caused many people to take his side and doubt anything the Cubs would be able to do. It also caused people to go against him and route for the Cubs even more. (Rosenthal). The Chicago Cubs had an amazing season due to their lineup this season. They had all the right

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    Wrigley Field: Past and Present

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    of diehard Cub fans. Wrigley field was built in 1914 and can hold up to 41,000 spectators. Outside the ballpark on any given game day there are beer-guzzling, hotdog eating fans around the park and in surrounding neighborhoods. Wrigley Field has been the center of baseball for the north side of Chicago and will be for many years in the future. Wrigley Field was built in 1914. Wrigley Field was designed by Zachary Taylor Davis for a federal league team, the Chicago Whales. When

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    that tied the meaning of his life together. Eddie Scissons also had an unrealized dream, all his life he had lied about himself being the oldest living Chicago Cub, but he was only looking for the recognition that he had always dreamt of having. When he came to Ray’s field, he no longer had to lie about himself being the oldest living Chicago Cub, for that’s exactly what he became. Ray’s field of dreams helped fulfill the dreams of other men besides himself, and it made all the men very happy

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    bulged giving a muscular shape to the blue and red Cubs jersey. His thighs were as thick as baby cedar trees. Sammy stepped up to the plate calmly. As he tightened his blue batting gloves snug around his wrists, he also dug two spots for placing his feet. I heard chants from the rising crowd behind the Cubs dugout “M-V-P, M-V-P!”. In Wrigley Ville, a small residential region of northern Chicago, he’s often referred to as “Slammin” Sammy Sosa. The Cubs captain lead the National League with 63 home

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    ever written about baseball I would agree. I'm proud I chose this book because baseball is my favorite sport there's nothing like being on that field with your friends competing. In the beginning of the book Roy takes a train to Chicago for his tryout for the Chicago Cubs baseball organization. When on the train he meets a beautiful women who he is attracted to the heffa within seconds later learning she is a psych who shoots him and then puts his career on hold for along time. After 16 years Hobbs

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