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Old 01-09-2006, 04:24 PM   #301
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Lightbulb Cubs convention Jan. 13-15 @ Hilton Chicago Hotel

The annual Cubs convention is coming up, Jan. 13-15 at the Hilton Chicago Hotel.

Does anyone know where to get tickets for this event? Last I heard it was sold out.

Here is the cubs.com info page,
http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/NASApp/m...=.jsp&c_id=chc

but it is dated 11/02/2005 and as I'm typing this, I haven't found any real updates. I imagine that the Tribune or Sun Times should report about it fairly soon though.

I'd like to see WGN and Comcast Sports Chicago offer an hour long special of tv coverage of this event.
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Old 01-09-2006, 04:42 PM   #302
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Cool Cubs deal Patterson to Baltimore

Cubs deal Patterson to Baltimore
Chicago receives Minor Leaguers Spears, Perez in exchange

http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/NASApp/m...=.jsp&c_id=chc
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Cubs deal Patterson to Baltimore
Chicago receives Minor Leaguers Spears, Perez in exchange

http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/NASApp/m...=.jsp&c_id=chc
I think we all knew that was coming...
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Old 01-09-2006, 05:09 PM   #304
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Old 01-10-2006, 05:55 PM   #305
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Lightbulb Bruce Sutter a Hall of Famer

After 13 years, Sutter a Hall of Famer
Cy young winner Cooperstown's first relief-only pitcher

http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/NASApp/m...=.jsp&c_id=mlb

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Any word on the possibility of the Cubs somehow retiring Bruce Sutter's Cubs jersey number?

I'll have to look thru my photo collection to see if I have any pics of of Sutter wearing Douglas Adams' favorite number. I know I've been to games where Sutter pitched for the Cubs.

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List of Major League Baseball retired numbers
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On April 15, 1997, Jackie Robinson's #42 was retired by Major League Baseball, meaning that no future player on any major league team could wear it.

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Old 01-11-2006, 03:35 PM   #306
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all I can say is that Bruce has some brains -- he's apparently chosen to go into the Hall of Fame as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals.



I've read on the net that the pundits on talk radio in the Windy City are already railing about it.

from Reuters:

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bruce Sutter, the newest member of baseball's Hall of Fame, says recognition of the importance of relief pitchers has been long overdue.

"We're on the line every day," he told a news conference in New York on Wednesday, the day after becoming only the fourth reliever to be elected to the Hall of Fame.

"The game is set up to get to us. It's a very important position," he added.

Sutter, whose Cooperstown plaque will show him wearing a St Louis Cardinals cap, helped change the status of relievers, who are now highly prized to preserve the lead at the end of a game. ...
I wonder if the Cubbies will now retire Sutter's number? Have the Cubs retired No. 20? You may remember that was former Cub Lou Brock's number, who like Bruce, they also traded away to St. Louis.

j/k around a little. (it's all in fun.)

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Old 01-11-2006, 04:21 PM   #307
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I wonder if the Cubbies will now retire Sutter's number?
They already did. (Jackie Robinson)
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There is precedent for a team to retire the same number twice to honor two different players. For example, #8 for the Yankees was retired for both Bill Dickey and Yogi Berra, and #10 is retired by the Expos/Nationals for the Hawk (Andre Dawson) and Le Grand Orange (Rusty Staub).

And since I mention this every chance I get for no reason, the only player left wearing #42 is Mariano Rivera.
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Old 01-11-2006, 04:50 PM   #309
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There is precedent for a team to retire the same number twice to honor two different players. For example, #8 for the Yankees was retired for both Bill Dickey and Yogi Berra, and #10 is retired by the Expos/Nationals for the Hawk (Andre Dawson) and Le Grand Orange (Rusty Staub).

And since I mention this every chance I get for no reason, the only player left wearing #42 is Mariano Rivera.
Thanks for sharing that. It might be useful in case the Cubs ever want to retire Sutter's number, or Dave Kingman's or Leon Durham's...
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Old 01-11-2006, 05:18 PM   #310
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all I can say is that Bruce has some brains -- he's apparently chosen to go into the Hall of Fame as a member of the St. Louis Cardinals.
MLB picks the hat, not the player.
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Old 01-11-2006, 05:27 PM   #311
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Lightbulb Tony LaRussa's animal rescue website

In other news...my dog left for doggie eternity last week so I've been looking online for a new k-9 family member. I've tried Petfinder searches in Illinois and Wisconsin and even found Tony LaRussa's animal rescue website at:
http://www.arf.net

The experience has made me consider becoming a dog pound portrait photographer to help more dogs find good homes.

Speaking of Tony LaRussa, (who I still see as being the White Sox manager) I've been listening to the audio version of the book Three Nights in August by Buzz Bissinger

It is the story of a three-game series between the Cardinals and Cubs in late 2003 from Tony La Russa's point of view.

It is 6 cassette tapes long and I'm only on tape three. It has been interesting to hear the Cardinal's view of our '03 Cubs players.

Info about video replays for the athletes and that sort of thing held my interest too. And of course, since I'm seeking a new k-9 friend, hearing about LaRussa's animal shelter caught my attention too.

I wouldn't recommend this book for kids or those who don't find cuss words entertaining since the foul language was sadly, not edited out.

Has anyone else read this book?
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Old 01-11-2006, 07:16 PM   #312
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Sutter in Hall on 13th try
Lights-out closer lone choice for 2006


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Bruce Sutter, baseball's latest Hall of Famer, recalled on Tuesday when he and Mike Krukow pitched their way through the Chicago Cubs' minor-league system.

"All we ever wanted to do was pitch one day in the major leagues," Sutter said. "Once we both did that, then we wanted to give up 100 home runs in the big leagues. Because we figured if we could stick around to give up 100 home runs, we could stick around awhile."

Sutter, who made all of his 661 appearances in relief, surrendered 77 homers. Krukow, a starter, gave up 196.

"Krukow's an overachiever," Sutter said.
Read entire article at:

http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cg...PG9EGLBLC1.DTL

Remember that I mentioned that I still think of LaRussa as the White Sox manager? Well, I still think of Bruce Sutter as a Cub. Didn't really follow his career after he left the Chicago team. I was reminded that he pitched for the Cards when WGN and ESPN Classic Sports re-aired the Ryne Sandberg game.

It was nice to see Sutter chat during a Cubs telecast last year.
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Old 01-11-2006, 08:28 PM   #313
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MLB picks the hat, not the player.
Only recently, however. They changed the rule after the rumblings about a few players who played for multiple teams and the implications that some of the teams may have "influenced" their decision (Reggie with the Yankees, Winfield with the Padres).

Gary Carter, in particular, was upset with the HoF because they "chose" an Expos hat for him. He had said that he wanted to go in as a Met.
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MLB picks the hat, not the player.
while technically true, ... you forgot to mention that it is based in large part on the choice/preference of the player, if reasonable and based on where and how long he played for a team.

(I suppose this keeps players from selecting any team they want, even if they only played there, say, the last year of their career while playing for another team for a long long time)

I believe Sutter played for the Cubs 5 yrs, and for the Cards for 4 yrs, yet is going in as a Card. He was no small factor in the Cards winning the World Series.

Anyway, ... thanks for trading him to the Cards (for Leon Durham and an all-but-done Ken Reitz and another player I can't remember off hand).

I wonder if Greg Maddux will go in as a Brave?

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Old 01-11-2006, 10:54 PM   #315
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I believe that the HOF does listen to the player's input regarding the hat. I read an article earlier where the HOF President said that after discussing it with Bruce, they both felt it was appropriate for him to wear the StL hat on his plaque.

Diana, I read 3 Nights in August as well. Great book, and very interesting to see baseball from LaRussa's perspective. It's always joked how he overmanages, now we get to see how he obsesses about everything.
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Old 01-17-2006, 05:01 PM   #316
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Question Chicago Baseball Museum

Who here has heard about the plans for a Chicago Baseball Museum?

Chicago Baseball Museum

http://www.chicagobaseballmuseum.org

Museum Highlights
http://www.chicagobaseballmuseum.org/page4.html
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Old 01-19-2006, 06:31 PM   #317
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Cubs convention audio files

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Old 01-24-2006, 04:53 PM   #318
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Lightbulb TV listings for Chicago Cubs fans Winter 2006

TV listings for Chicago Cubs fans Winter 2006
www.cubsnet.com/node/882

WGN / Tribune Company in the news (WB, CBS, UPN too)
www.cubsnet.com/node/881
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Old 01-27-2006, 04:41 PM   #319
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Thumbs up Happy Birthday Ernie Banks!!!

Happy Birthday Ernie Banks!!!

Born January 31, 1931 in Dallas, TX

View Ernie's birthday card here:

http://chicagocubsphotos.blogspot.co...nie-banks.html

You're welcome to "sign" the birthday card and add a birthday greeting to Ernie. Use the POST A COMMENT option at the bottom of the page.

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Related article:

Banks turning 75, thinking about '69
Published January 30, 2006
http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports...5921474.column
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MLB Baseball "2005: Colorado Rockies at Chicago Cubs"
From May 28, 2005.

Mon 2/13 7:00 PM CSNCH / Comcast Sports Chicago

Box score at:
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/bas..._boxscore.html

What was unique about this game?

I hope Comcast will air the 14-3 game vs. the Marlins from Aug 28.

I'd like to see that one again!

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MLB Baseball "2005: Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago Cubs"
Originally aired/played June 29, 2005.

Thu 2/16 8:00 PM CSNCH / Comcast Sports Chicago

Boxscore for this game:
http://mlb.mlb.com/NASApp/mlb/news/b...ilmlb_chnmlb_1

More options regarding this game: (Try the gameday option)
http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/scoreboard/sb_20050629.html

Any idea what was special about this game?

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Wrigley Field bleachers renovation work photos
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TV listings for Chicago Cubs fans Winter 2006
www.cubsnet.com/node/882
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Old 02-03-2006, 12:51 PM   #322
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MLB Baseball "2005: Colorado Rockies at Chicago Cubs"
From May 28, 2005.

Mon 2/13 7:00 PM CSNCH / Comcast Sports Chicago

Box score at:
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/bas..._boxscore.html

What was unique about this game?

Corey Patterson got a hit.
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Old 02-03-2006, 01:03 PM   #323
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I have been looking up Cubs players who have birthdays in February and noticed these two birthday boys who share the same February 25 birthday.

Bob Brenly
Debut August 14, 1981
Final Game October 1, 1989
Born February 25, 1954 in Coshocton, OH
http://www.baseball-reference.com/b/brenlbo01.shtml


Ron Santo
Debut June 26, 1960
Final Game September 29, 1974
Born February 25, 1940 in Seattle, WA
http://www.baseball-reference.com/s/santoro01.shtml

Another interesting birthday Cub...

Bill Long
Born February 29, 1960 in Cincinnati, OH
http://www.baseball-reference.com/l/longbi01.shtml
(So he's had what? 10 or 11 birthdays so far?)

More MLB players Born on February 29
http://www.baseball-reference.com/fr...month=2&day=29
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Old 02-08-2006, 05:10 PM   #324
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Lightbulb Cubs/Cards Sept. 7, 2005 game to reair Sat 2/18 4 PM Comcast

My Tivo found another re-airing of a Cubs game.

MLB Baseball
"2005: Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals"
Sat 2/18 4:00 PM Central time. Comcast Sports Chicago

Original air date Sept. 7, 2005.

You can look up the game here:

http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/scoreboard/sb_20050907.html

Hint: the Cubs won!

What was special about this one?

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Lightbulb It's a blast: Some White Sox, Cheney share a hobby

Interesting article here...

It's a blast: Some White Sox, Cheney share a hobby
BY MIKE DOWNEY
Chicago Tribune

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CHICAGO - Now you know why Ozzie Guillen was reluctant to go to the White House with the White Sox.

He was afraid Dick Cheney might be there and accidentally shoot him.
A baseball manager can handle being fired, but he sure hates being fired upon.

Knowing there was a chance that the vice president might show up for Monday's ceremony with President Bush honoring the team, a lot of the White Sox must have given serious thought to coming to the White House dressed in something bright orange. You know, so Cheney could see them better and not open fire.

"Orange alert" in Washington no longer indicates a threat of terrorism.
It means, "Look out, here comes Cheney with his shotgun!"
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It did make me wince when the first thing Buehrle said after the White Sox traded for Thome to replace Frank Thomas as the team's designated hitter was that he couldn't wait to take his new teammate out hunting. Mark, be careful. The team just got rid of one "Big Hurt." It doesn't need another.
You'll want to read the entire article at:

http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercu...s/13864089.htm

or

http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports...2334326.column
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Diana, I thought this was a Cubs fan thread.
The article does mention the Cubs. One does wonder about the dangerous things the players do off the field. I've read some funny stories about former Cub Joe Wallis and the things he did way back when.
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Lightbulb Chicago tv listings

I didn't find any new Cubs related telecasts, but I did find some Chicago based shows on the Food Network...


FoodNation With Bobby Flay

"Chicago"
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Chicago; deep dish pizza; stock yards; signature beef sandwich
Fri 2/17 10:30 PM
FOOD
Duration: 30 minutes
No Rating
Interests, Educational, Cooking, Travel, How To

Rachael Ray's Tasty Travels

"Chicago"

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Culinary tour of Chicago
Mon 2/20 12:00 PM Central
FOOD
Duration: 30 minutes
No Rating
Interests, Cooking, Travel

This might be an all new show. I think she returned to Chicago for a new episode.

and the Cosby show on WGN has a baseball theme...

The Cosby Show

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"There's Still No Joy in Mudville" Cliff and Russell recall old-time baseball; guests Frank Robinson, Joe Black
Thu 2/16 4:30 PM 9 WGNSAT
Duration: 30 minutes
No Rating
Comedy, Sitcom

(source: Tivo listings)


Cubs in the news...


Cubs' catchers to miss bulk of drills

By Paul Sullivan
Tribune staff reporter
Published February 14, 2006, 9:16 PM CST

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MESA, Ariz. -- Michael Barrett was selected as one of the three catchers on the 30-man roster for the U.S. team in the upcoming World Baseball Classic, leaving the Cubs with a Cactus League quandary.

With Henry Blanco set to catch for the Venezuelan team, Cubs pitchers will have to work with minor-league catchers for the bulk of the exhibition season in March.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports...,2007526.story

THE LAST ROW CRITIC'S CORNER
How's air up there? Cubs don't know--yet

Dave van Dyck, Tribune
Published February 12, 2006

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Now the Cubs have reconfigured their storied outfield significantly, making the walls 10 to 12 feet higher.

Did they do wind tests?

"No," said Mark McGuire, vice president of business operations. "Obviously, [the walls] are higher, but I would be surprised if it would have much impact.
http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports...,3932118.story
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Question Rachael Ray's Ballpark Cafe tv special

Who knew that the best ballpark food is found in the minor leagues?

Rachael Ray's Ballpark Cafe

Rachael Ray takes viewers on a tour of some of the best and most surprising ball park food in both the major and minor leagues. In Boston, she enjoys traditional sausages. But in Aberdeen, Maryland, fans eat fresh steamed crabs. We take a coast-to-coast tour of hot dogs. We go behind the scenes at the 2004 All-Star Pre-Game Gala, and more

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Lightbulb Opening Day at Wrigley - get your Tivo ready!

Cubs Special
Fri 4/7 12:30 PM 9 WGN

Duration: 30 minutes
Sports, Talk Shows, Baseball, Sports Talk, Talk Show, Sports Non-Event .

Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals game follows on WGN.

Don't forget to check the Cubs portion of the Chicago Tribune Live show on Comcast Sports Chicago.

Of course, you'll want to keep an eye on the WGN news at noon - especially on opening day when it is usually their lead story.
http://wgntv.trb.com/news/local/noonnews/

cubs.com game telecast schedule
http://chicago.cubs.mlb.com/NASApp/m...chc&m=4&y=2006
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