World Series

Taco Bell Serves Up Free Stolen Base Taco Today
For the second year in a row, Americans can get a free taco thanks to the efforts of a baseball player.
Taco Bell committed to giving away a taco if a player stole a base during the World Series. In Game 2 last week Houston Astros’ player Cameron Maybin stole a base, so according to the Taco Bell web…
Cubs Selling 2016 Ivy from Wrigley Field
A billion dollars in World Series memorabilia wasn't enough for the Rickett's family. Now the Cubs are selling a limited edition of 2,016 pieces of ivy from the outfield wall at Wrigley Field.
The leaves were supposedly meticulously picked from the wall after the Cubs won the World Series i…
See How The Cubs World Series Rings Were Made.
For the fans, a championship is symbolized by the trophy. The Lombardi Trophy in football, the Stanley Cup in hockey, the O'Brien Trophy in basketball, and the Commissioner's Trophy in baseball.
For the players, their part in a championship is symbolized by the ring...
WS Trophy to visit Quad-Cities
Another piece of baseball history is visiting the Quad-Cities next week.
The Chicago Cubs are doing a Midwest tour this winter of the 2016 World Series trophy. It is coming to Davenport on Monday.
In the post up above is an interview with Cubs EVP of Community Affairs Mike Lufrano with Zach James...
Chicago Celebrates
Here's a collection of some of the best videos and tweets from aftermath of the Cubs winning the World Series:
Theo Epstein gives Bill Murray a champagne shower.
— Chris Kuc (@ChrisKuc) November 3, 2016
We did it Chicago. This was
World Series Preview
It's finally time. The Cubs are in the World Series.
To prepare for that, here are two podcasts, one of each on the Cubs and the Cleveland Indians.
Tab Bamford of talks Cubs:
Benno Martens of Wahoos on First provides an Indians-based preview:
Also, for the heck of it, here's Harry Caray b…
1993 Yearbook Predicted 2016 Cubs World Series Victory
Picking the Cubs to win the World Series was foolish business for generations of fans, but that didn't stop one teen from thinking outside the box.
A high school yearbook from 1993 features one senior predicting the Cubs will win the World Series in 2016 (as if people weren't already i…