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Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer built a great team distinguished by its depth and flexibility. They needed every bit of it to outlast Cleveland, who were down to the second-worst hitter in baseball with their own history in the balance.
The team’s star trio has dominated the 2016 playoffs (and the Cubs). For Chicago to complete their comeback, they’ll have to beat someone besides Trevor Bauer.
The Astor Street mansion, previously owned by the Wrigley family and former mayor Carter Harrison Jr., is rich with history but thoroughly modern inside.
What a catch! What a home run! WHAT A WIN!
The Cubs drew first blood but errors proved costly.
There were no runs for the home team, but the seventh-inning stretch was one for the ages.
It was a carnival atmosphere as the Cubs brought the first World Series game to Wrigley Field in 71 years. Here are some of our favorite scenes.
Chicago’s who’s who came together for the inaugural Susan G. Komen Chicagoland’s “Ignite the Night” Gala to honor individuals, including Congresswomen Robin Kelly and the University of Chicago’s Funmi I. Olopade, MD. Exceeding initial goals, more than $360,000 was raised throughout the course of the evening through a combination of live and silent auctions and … Read more
In 2010, the five-term representative barely beat a weak, inexperienced Democratic candidate. Before last night, he needed a miracle to defeat a much stronger opponent—and managed the opposite.