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Hendricks Outduels Strasburg as Cubs Top Nats 3-0 in Game 1

Kyle Hendricks goes about things completely differently than Stephen Strasburg does on the mound. The kid from Dartmouth relies on a fastball that on a good day reaches 88 mph — about 10 mph slower than Strasburg’s — and a deceptive changeup. Instead of power, he gets by on precision, guile and smarts.

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Watch: Greg Maddux Pranks Cubs’ Kris Bryant

Chicago Cubs third baseman and 2016 National League MVP Kris Bryant met his match when he faced someone working as the sound guy for a Red Bull ad. As Bryant took swings for the ad, the sound guy critiqued his

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Joe Buck Tells Fans Who Think He’s Biased To ‘Grow Up’

All of you out there who think Fox should retire Joe Buck because he’s hopelessly biased against your team, your city, your family, and your person, well, you can just “grow up.” That, according to Buck himself, who went on Chicago radio to defend his broadcast exuberance for certain teams.

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Cubs Pitcher Reminds Hollywood Libs to Leave in Event of Trump Win

Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta, who knows a thing or two about revelry coming off of a World Series celebration 108 years in the making, took to Twitter on Wednesday to remind the Hollywood Clinton supporters who promised to exit stage north and head to Canada if Trump won that the time to say goodbye has come.

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Wrigley Wall Becomes Memorial for Cubs Fans Who Died Before ‘Next Year’ Finally Arrived

One of the rueful sayings Chicago Cubs fans have consoled each other with after decades of failed seasons was “wait ’til next year.” But after Wednesday’s World Series win, hundreds of Cubs fans took to one of the outer walls of Wrigley Field to leave messages for those many fans who didn’t live long enough to finally see “next year” arrive at long last.

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World Series Game Seven Ticket Asking Price Soars Above $100K

“Buy the ticket, take the ride,” Hunter S. Thompson tells us in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. That ticket might cost you more than tuition at an Ivy League school if you plan on watching Wednesday’s seventh game of the World Series between the Cubs and the Indians at Progressive Field in Cleveland.

Fans celebrates during the Cleveland Indians World Series Watch Party at Progressive Field on October 30, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio