Gone, Cubs, Gone

Dynasties are like sand castles. They need to be built by an expert hand, crafted over time to make sure that every detail fits together precisely. Once completed, beachcombers stare aghast at the brilliance, fortitude, and glory of the structure. Then, the tide rolls in, the sandcastle is washed away, and the process begins anew.... Continue Reading →

Game 163

Pressure? What pressure? Four teams—the Milwaukee Brewers, Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles Dodgers, and Colorado Rockies—came into the final day of the season facing must-win games. Win, and you win your division; lose, and you face the unappealing prospect of a one-game wildcard. By the end of the third inning, the Dodgers were up 9-0 on... Continue Reading →

Wrigley Field: Chicago

Brett's Thoughts: In many ways, this ballpark speaks to the idea of baseball. It is one of the first parks you think of when you imagine a classic game of baseball. This stadium is as true reflection of the neighborhood and its fan base. They come to the ballpark early and always stay late. This 104... Continue Reading →

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