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His bald head tanned and glistening in the morning sunlight, Leo Durocher was out there at first base, showing half a dozen Chicago Cub players how to lead ...
A middle-aged ball club which did well to finish sixth last year, the Cubs have little chance of going higher in '56â€”and could wind up lower. They have the best ...
5 Outs Away
A year ago the Cubs and Red Sox each came that close to the World Series, only to see it all blow up in eerily similar—and all-too-familiar—fashion
Heavy trading during the past two seasons and a thorough search of the farm system produced last year a hard-hitting lineup that gave the Cubs the best team ...
Raw power but no sense of direction Strong points: Power, two strong starters. Despite dismal team record (15 straight years in second division), the Cubs ...
CHICAGO CUBS: No haste makes no waste and little hope
Head Coach Bob Kennedy, a former marine, and Athletic Director Bob Whitlow, an ex-pilot, will find that, even with a stronger attack in '63, the Cubs will be waging defensive warfare
People tend to mock the Cubs. In Chicago the newspapermen like to call them the Cubbies, to demonstrate how ineffectual they are. Possibly it's true. Possibly ...
A Family Feud in Philadelphia
Hugging on the sideline and slugging in the batter's box, Phillies West (Chicago) confronted Phillies East for first place
It Was Too Good To Be True
Incredibly, Steve Garvey's return to L.A. as a Padre coincided with his breaking of an endurance record