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Chicago Cubs Legend Fergie Jenkins Coming to Quincy

Chicago Cubs legend and 1971 Cy Young winner Fergie Jenkins is coming to Quincy. The baseball Hall of Famer will be at the Quincy Mall on Sunday, January 31st. Jenkins will meet fans and sign autographs from 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m in the Fountain Court.

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Jeff Dorsey
Jeff Dorsey

‘Elvin Tappe Lane’ at Q.U. Stadium Needs to Happen

In January of 2013 the Quincy Park District announced that their new park on Bonansinga Drive would be known as Lincoln Park. The Park District had asked the public to submit names to be considered and you can’t go wrong with the name of Lincoln. I had submitted the name of Elvin Tappe. So Elvin lost out to Lincoln, but so did Steven Douglas.

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Wrigley Field
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The Cubs are Getting Momentum, Could They Go All the Way?

I had a dream last night that the Cubs were in the World Series.

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Former Chicago Cub Rick Monday (C) speaks while standing near a flag (Bottom-R) he rescued from being burnt by protesters more than thirty years ago at Dodger Stadium,
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Baseball’s Greatest Play by Rick Monday Was Made 39 Years Ago

Saturday was the 39th anniversary of what is considered by many to be the greatest play ever made in Major League Baseball. The play never involved a ball, a bat or a glove but it will go down as one of the most memorable.

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Imo's Pizza - Quincy, Illinois
Kurt Parsons

Chicago-Style Pizza or St. Louis-Style Pizza – Which is Best? [Poll]

When you think of St. Louis/ Chicago rivalries, you probably immediately think of the Cardinals and Cubs, and the Blues and Blackhawks, but what about pizza? Both cities are known for two very different styles of pizza. With news breaking recently of Imo's coming to Quincy, we want to know, which type of pizza do you like better?  

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Bob Levey, Getty Images
Bob Levey, Getty Images

Are You Ready for Another I-70 World Series?

Opening day in baseball should be a national holiday in America. The 2015 season began Sunday night with the Cardinals beating the Cubs in Chicago. Millions of Americans and Canadians will be heading through the turnstiles into ballparks to watch their favorite teams.

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Jeff Dorsey
Jeff Dorsey

Why Are the Cards and Cubs Off Today? Here’s Your Answer!

The St. Louis Cardinals opened the 2015 Major League Baseball season last night with a 3-nothing win over the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field in Chicago. There are still 161 games left to be played and a lot can happen between now and then. But you can’t get to game 162 without playing game #2 next. So many of you may be asking, “Why do they play one game and have to take a day off before playing game #2?”  Well, here is your answer.

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quincygems.com
quincygems.com

Quincy Gems Open 2015 Season Under New Ownership [Exclusive Interview]

The Major League Baseball season begins this Sunday as the St. Louis Cardinals meet the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field. The historic field is undergoing extensive renovations much like Quincy University Stadium is. With that in mind, I took the opportunity to ask one of the new owners of the Quincy Gems, Terry Martin, a few questions about the upcoming Gems season which begins May 27.  

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Steven Freeman, Getty Images
Steven Freeman, Getty Images

Baseball’s Spring Training Opens Next Week

It is a true sign of spring when Major League Baseball teams arrive for Spring Training in Florida and Arizona. Such is the case for the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox and the Kansas City Royals next week.

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John Leeds, Getty Images
John Leeds, Getty Images

Perhaps the Greatest Dispute in the History of Baseball Happened 106 Years Ago Today

The year was 1908 and the New York Giants and the Chicago Cubs were playing the final game of the season. The Cubs and the Giants were both tied for the National League Championship and this game would determine the National League winner. With the score tied at 1 to 1, New York was batting in the bottom of the ninth with two men on base and with two men out. The New York batter singled to centerfield to apparently win the game and the pennant for the Giants. What happened next was chaos.

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