Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals supposedly are at odds over his $400 million demand despite the Las Vegas slugger’s contract not coming due until after the 2018 season.
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Mike Bryant, father of Cubs star third baseman Kris, relives the final out of the World Series that sent the city of Chicago into joyous hysterics.
The Chicago Cubs were welcomed by thousands of fans and red and blue confetti at Grant Park for the team’s World Series championship rally.
A day after winning the World Series in a dramatic Game 7, the Chicago Cubs opened as clear-cut favorites to win the championship again in 2017.
Remember your first day at the ballpark, whether it was the Polo Grounds or Crosley Field or Yankee Stadium or Dodger Stadium or Busch Stadium or Camden Yards or Fenway Park or Coors Field.
Ending more than a century of flops, futility and frustration, the Cubs won their first title since 1908, outlasting the Cleveland Indians 8-7 in 10 innings of a Game 7 thriller early Thursday.
The World Series between the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians continues tonight with Game 7, and tonight, the winner will be crowned.
Some Cubs fans are hoping they can break a 108-year-old World Series championship drought by leaving items at the New York grave of the middle man in the team’s famed Tinker-to-Evers-to-Chance double-play combination.
No matter which team you are cheering for in the World Series, you have to thank Cleveland Indians’ shortstop Francisco Lindor for your free taco.
In what promises to be a monster event for Las Vegas sports books, the Cubs-Indians showdown in Game 7 opened with Cleveland as a minus-110 favorite. The line quickly moved to pick’em, and in less than an hour, the Cubs were bet to minus-115 favorites.