Complete with a 'W' flag and new lyrics to reflect the Cubs' victory, this performance by the Chicago 'Hamilton' cast is bound to give goosebumps to fans of baseball (and of 'Hamilton'). As long as they're not Indians fans.
Late last night, a little after the midnight hour, Hell froze over. Reports of pigs and other assorted swine growing wings and taking flight started pouring in from all over the country. Dogs and cats were living together — it was mass hysteria, all because the Chicago Cubs had finally won the World Series after a 108-year drought.
Every single person who attends the World Series this year between the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago Cubs will be sitting in a seat that was made right here in Grand Rapids.
All of the seats in both Wrigley Field and Progressive Field were made by American Seating...
Jon Lester of the Chicago Cubs pitched against the San Diego Padres Sunday, and snagged a hard ground ball in the second inning.
Problem was, he couldn't throw it to first because the ball was stuck in the webbing of his glove. So he improvised! Lester threw his entire glove to first to try and get the out, and it worked!
At the top of the seventh inning of Sunday's St. Louis Cardinals-Chicago Cubs Major League Baseball game broadcast, the ESPN commentators talked about the importance of being consistent.
Then, baseball analyst Curt Schilling made a joke about his sex life.
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Greg Maddux, best known for his time with the Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves, was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame over the weekend.
As with every other inductee in Cooperstown, N.Y., Maddux gave a speech in which he talked about his career, his influences and thanked those that helped him along the way.
About halfway through the broadcast of the Boston Red Sox-Chicago Cubs Major League Baseball game Wednesday night, Red Sox color commentator Jerry Remy had something happen to him that has never happened before: His tooth fell out.