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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

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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Washington Capitals v Chicago Blackhawks
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Chicago Blackhawks Will Play NHL Winter Classic on New Year’s Day

Great news for fans of Chicago hockey. The annual NHL Winter Classic, played outdoors in a converted MLB stadium on New Year's Day, will feature the Chicago Blackhawks and the Washington Capitals at National's Park, home of the Washington Nationals. What a way to start the new year! 

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David Banks, Getty Images

Chicago Cubs Can’t Have Their Cake and Win Too

Last week the Chicago Cubs celebrated the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field and did so in style. There were all kinds of activities associated with the birthday including a cake that was a replica of Wrigley Field. The 400 pound cake  was made at Carlo's Bakery in Hoboken, New Jersey.  

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Wrigley Field 100 Years Old
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5 Great Moments in Wrigley Field’s 100-Year History [VIDEO]

Today, Major League Baseball celebrates the anniversary of Wrigley Field, which has been a fixture in the north side of Chicago for 100 years.

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MSNBC Will Broadcast Live Wednesday Morning From Wrigley Field

On Wednesday, Wrigley Field will celebrate its 100th birthday. As you would expect, several events are planned to mark the occasion, including a live broadcast from the historic ballpark by MSNBC.

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Jonathan Daniel, Getty Images

The Chicago Cubs Want Your Logo to Commemorate 100 Years at Wrigley

Want a sign of spring?  Well the pitchers and catchers for major league baseball teams reported to camp today in Florida and Arizona in preparation for the upcoming baseball season.  

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Scott Olson, Getty Images

Spend Cubs, Spend – Chicago Cubs to Invest Millions Into Wrigley Field

According to the Associated Press the Chicago Cubs want to do a "complete renovation of the ballpark." That ball park is Wrigley Field. It's called the "Wrigley 20-14". Wrigley will be marking it's 100th year in 2014

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Jamie Squire/Jonathan Daniel, Getty Images

Busch Stadium is the Best and Wrigley Field is the Worst in Cleanliness

A survey on stadium cleanliness was done of all Major League Ballparks. The UFE (Urine/Feces Everywhere) Team, an organization I have never heard of before, visited all 30 Major League Baseball parks to grade each one on cleanliness standards. The UFE Team studied the restrooms, facilities, vendors, and fans, using over 79 different criteria and they rated all 30 Major League Baseball parks. Of all 30 stadiums, the best rating belonged to Busch Stadium in St. Louis. The stadium with the worst rating was Wrigley Field in Chicago.

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What Would You Do With Wrigley Field?

Twenty four years ago last Wednesday the last lightless Major League baseball park became lighted. Wrigley Field turned the lights on for the first time on August 8th, 1988 only to have the game against the Philadelphia Phillies get rained out after 3 and a half innings of play. It got me thinking about what is going to happen in a few years with this wonderful ballpark?

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