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Not since 1946 have the Chicago Cubs finished in the first division. No other team in the major leagues (excluding expansion clubs) can make that depressing ...
Splendor on the Grass
In two memorable Wimbledon finals that pumped new life into tennis, teenage wonder Maria Sharapova and racket wizard Roger Federer conquered America's best
HERE'S A VOLUME THAT'S AS MUCH OF A LOSER AS ITS TOPIC, THE CHICAGO CUBS
The romance that occasionally attaches itself to truly bad teams is one of the more peculiar phenomena of sport, but a very real one. In recent ...
Chicago Hope In a decade marked by mediocrity, the Cubs are giving their fans reason to believe they can look forward to a summer that finally matters
The Chicago Cubs' annual slide to oblivion, otherwise known in the Windy City as the unofficial start of summer, seemingly began last ...
Magic Act With a mix of power pitching and dugout sorcery, the once-reeling Cubs reeled off an improbable 12-game winning streak
The previousafternoon, Zuleta's team, the Chicago Cubs, had lost its eighthstraight game and gotten just one hit in a 4-0 loss to RandyJohnson and the Arizona ...
Mad Dash To The Finish The A's and the Cubs are SI's picks to win the wild cards
But with the Central Division and wild-card races wide open, eight NL ... NL CENTRAL The Chicago Cubs, with the easiest schedule, would
A SHY MAN AT A PICNIC
Philip Knight Wrigley, the owner of the Chicago Cubs and the head of the Wrigley chewing gum company, is an extremely shy man. Although he has served as a ...
A Baseball Savior, Knock on Wood
Every now and then, just when you're ready to burn your Topps,trash your Rawlings and melt ... "It's not just the strikeouts," says Chicago first basemen Mark
How They'll Win
The Cubs have gotten the message that you have to learn to walk before you can run to a title