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            MLB considering replacing AL and NL with Grapefruit and Cactus leagues for 上海11选5走势图

            Under one possible plan, the Cubs and A’s would become division rivals with the White Sox, Dodgers and Reds in another division.

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            Cubs ranked 4th-most-valuable franchise in MLB; White Sox come in at No. 14

            The New York Yankees, at $5 billion, are the most valuable club, according to Forbes.

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            While blacked-out Dodgers fans finally get their channel, many Cubs fans continue to wait

            Might the coronavirus pandemic spur Comcast and Marquee to give people something else to watch? Probably not.

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            Mistakes were made? No, a sports columnist owns up in the active voice

            On Albert Pujols, the Cubs, Joakim Noah, Tiger Woods and much, much more!

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            Let’s play ball, however strange it is

            Major League Baseball is floating the idea of starting the 上海11选5走势图 season, which has been delayed by the coronavirus outbreak, sometime in May with all 30 teams in Arizona.

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            Chicago sports teams proclaim ‘We Are Not Playing’ to promote stay-at-上海11选5走势图 orders

            The Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks, Bulls, Bears, Fire, Red Stars and Sky all signed on with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s new campaign.

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            Polling Place: Which World Series winner was better, the 2005 White Sox or the 2016 Cubs?

            Also: 1996 Bulls vs. 1985 Bears. And which "weekend" of the NCAA Tournament is best?

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            A novel approach to Cubs history

            Former Sun-Times writer Herb Gould tells story from team’s heyday through batboy

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            At last, baseball was played — very briefly, and very poorly — at Wrigley Field

            When you’re unusually large and 50ish and standing in the street, bouncing grounders, soft liners and low-arcing popups to yourself off the wall of a ballpark — or of any other place, really — chances are, you’re not going to find many fellow humans wanting to stand there with you.

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            Hero worship, stars’ COVID-19 tests, Tommy John surgery and our role in all of it

            Outraged? Well, we elevated these people with our adoring gazes. They expect things. We expect things for them.

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            Chicago athletes spend quarantine like us: Posting on social media

            Here are some of the best posts from stars of the Bulls, White Sox and more.

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            MLB cancels Cubs-Cardinals series in London

            The teams had been scheduled to play at Olympic Stadium on June 13-14.

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            Frank Maloney, former Syracuse football coach and Cubs executive, dead at 79

            Maloney mentored 19 future NFL draft picks, including Joe Morris and Art Monk, and he hired Nick Saban, Tom Coughlin and Jerry Angelo as assistant coaches.

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            Cubs, Brewers and Cardinals slug it out via bobblehead

            There’s no baseball right now, but Clark, Bernie and Fredbird are still ready to mix it up.

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            Cubs’ Rachel Folden is a real barrier buster

            Folden is among the women making their marks as baseball coaches. She is the Cubs’ lead hitting-lab tech and a coach for rookie-level Mesa.

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            Polling Place: Trubisky or Foles for Bears? Is Renteria the right manager for White Sox?

            We posed those questions and others on Twitter for a new weekly feature in our Sports Saturday edition. Here are your answers.

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            Why cram more baseball games into a sawed-off season? You know the rea$on

            An abbreviated schedule makes more sense. One game a day per team. But the more games played, the more money owners and players will make.

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            Report: Cubs-Cardinals series in London canceled

            The England-based newspaper the Sun reported Thursday that the two-game set scheduled for June 13-14 is off because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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            Sports networks’ classic games are great, but check out YouTube’s treasure trove

            The online video-sharing platform is stocked with games to satisfy fans’ craving — including my channel of Chicago classics.

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            Cubs’ Anthony Rizzo to fans: Stay active, keep your distance but stay connected

            Anthony Rizzo had some words of encouragement and advice for fans, who are missing out on Opening Day.

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            10 things we’ll miss with no baseball games on Opening Day

            This was going to be Opening Day, with all 30 teams scheduled to play Thursday, the earliest opening day in baseball history. Instead, every ballpark will be empty.

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            MLB will air 30 classic games digitally on postponed Opening Day

            Mark Buerle’s perfect game and the Cubs’ Game 7 World Series win are among the games.

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            Baseball hoping for start in early June

            Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association are hoping to start a season that has been in limbo because of the COVID-19 pandemic in early June, according to a report from ESPN’s Jeff Passan.

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            Coronavirus impacts sports like Spanish flu, 9/11 attacks, world wars did not

            "It’s hard to even fast-forward to next week and understand where our country上海11选5走势图’s going to be at that point," said Cubs coach Mike Borzello, who was in New York on 9/11.

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            Brandon Morrow expects baseball in 上海11选5走势图 — and expects to use delay to Cubs’ benefit

            If conditions become safe enough to start an abbreviated season at some point, teams with injury cases and depth issues could be among the bigger beneficiaries.

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            Meet Marquee Sports Network’s Mr. Wright

            Former NFL Network host Cole Wright will bring energy to Cubs pre- and postgame shows, as well as a keen knowledge of being a Cubs fan.

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            ‘This is a wakeup call,’ Cubs infielder David Bote says of pandemic as he cares for family, stays ‘ready’

            Will there even be a season? "I’ve explained it as a bad rain delay," Bote said, describing bad-weather days that look impossible for baseball despite continual delays into the wee hours. "Now it’s 1 in the morning, now it’s 2 in the morning, and, ‘Oh, this game’s not going to get played. Go 上海11选5走势图.’ "

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            Decreasing number of Cubs remain in Mesa to stay ready for season they hope will be played

            "I think there’ll be a season," Anthony Rizzo said. "Hopefully. If there’s not, then obviously our world’s not in a good spot. This is bigger than baseball."

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            Midsummer passing? As MLB further delays openers, Cubs’ UK series, All-Star Game in doubt

            Anticipated transaction and roster freezes might also put a potential contract extension for Cubs shortstop Javy Baez on hold.

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            MLB delays Opening Day to mid-May at earliest due to coronavirus

            "The clubs remain committed to playing as many games as possible when the season begins," the commissioner Rob Manfred’s office said in a statement.

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            Call it Arizona dreamin’: No games, but fans still gather

            Cubs and White Sox fans congregate at spring-training sites to commiserate about the loss of games.

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            How COVID-19 shutdown of baseball impacts Cubs players, staff, injuries, season timeline

            The chances of playing a 162-game schedule are slim to none, and the national state of emergency could impact major-league player contracts.