Question: Which Chicago Cubs general manager and Hall of Famer’s ashes are buried at the world famous Chicago Cubs Wrigley Field?
A. Charlie Grimm (Cubs 1944-1949 Manager)
B. Hank O’Day (Cubs 1914 Manager)
C. Roger Bresnahan (Cubs 1915 Manager)
D. Joe Tinker (Cubs 1916 Manager)
E. Joe McCarthy (Cubs 1926-1930 Manager)
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Babe Ruth played his baseball career with three teams, The Boston Red Sox, New York Yankees and the Boston Braves. But he’s most famous for playing in New York where his antics were legendary. The Yankees depended on Ruth to help carry the load and when he was injured it messed the team up in [...] [...more]
Umpires and baseball officials have been trying to speed up the game since the midway part of our century. As the American attention span shortens, players are encouraged to move along quickly, taking less time to prepare and increasing the pace of play.
But for as long as the arbitrators have been trying to quicken [...] [...more]
Wrigleyville is bordered by Halsted St. on the east, Ashland Ave. on the west, Roscoe St. on the south and Byron St. on the north. Wrigleyville is brought to life by die-hard Chicago Cubs fans every summer, this neighborhood has a vibrant nightlife and hometown spirit.
The Cubby Bear Lounge and Murphy’s Bleachers are two of [...] [...more]
From LA to Beantown, Americans have some of the most passionate sports fans in the world. But while some loyalists (Cardinals, Steelers, Dodgers and Packers fans, in particular) have excellent track records, there are other groups of devotees who are truly atrocious.
For every fan who’s willing to sit in his or her seat, watch [...] [...more]