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Cubs 100 A Century At Wrigley

Author : Dan Campana & Rob Carroll
ISBN : 9781467118026
Genre : History
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A collection of baseball tales, including highlights from the exciting 2015 season.
Category: History

100 Things Cubs Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author : Jimmy Greenfield
ISBN : 9781633194779
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This lively, detailed book explores the personalities, events, and facts every Cubs fan should know. More than a look at the century-long wait for another World Series win, the book contains crucial information for Cubs fans, such as important dates, player nicknames, memorable moments, and outstanding achievements by singular players. This guide to all things Cubs also includes a list of must-do Cubs-related activities, which include taking in Wrigley field, traveling to Arizona for spring training, and sipping beers at the best Cubs bars around the country.This new, updated edition features the new generation of Cubs stars, including manager Joe Maddon, sluggers Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant, and ace Jon Lester.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The 100 Greatest Baseball Games Of The 20th Century Ranked

Author : Joseph J. Dittmar
ISBN : 9780786409150
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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More than 150,000 major league baseball games were played in the 20th century. Here are ranked the 100 greatest, the very best (less than 1/10th of 1 percent) of the contests. They feature brilliant individual pitching performances, pitching duels, remarkable individual batting achievements, team offensive explosions, mind-numbing comebacks, multiple lead changes, team rivalries and heroics in final at-bats. The games are from the regular season, pennant races, playoffs, and the World Series. The inclusion of some games might be surprising, but all of them twanged or hammered the nerves of both spectators and participants.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Stories From Wrigley

Author : Marcus Blake
ISBN : 1932996354
Genre : Fiction
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"Stories from Wrigley is Marcus Blake's enduring story of baseball, family, and the Chicago Cubs told through the men who have played for the team since the early 20th century." Baseball is a way life when you are a Chicago Cubs fan or player. It's been that way for over a 100 years and that's never been truer than for the Larson family. Since 1906 a member of the Larson family has played for the Chicago Cubs. Five generations of family have been with the team and a part of their rich history. Throughout the highs and lows in the history of the Chicago Cubs the Larson family have been there, sharing in the memories and intertwining their own lives with the Cubs. The Larson family have shared in the joy of winning, lived through the heartbreak of defeat, but just like the fans that have cheered for the Chicago Cubs since the beginning for the 20th century there is not a better life. In a unique historical fiction story the history of the Chicago Cubs franchise since 1906 is told through the Larson family. Stories From Wrigley is about Paul Larson, George Larson, Jack Larson, Steve Larson, and Ryan Larson - they are the men who played and loved Chicago Cubs baseball for 100 years, making it a way of life. Stories from Wrigley is Marcus Blake's enduring story of baseball, family, and the Chicago Cubs told through the men who have played for the team since the early 20the century. The Cubs' rich history is shown through eyes of the one family who has had five generations play for the team since 1906. You have Paul Larson, the great hitter who played on the 1907 and 1908 Cubs' championship team. George Larson, who just like his father was great hitter and as well as pitcher, played on the 1938 and 1945 Cubs' team. Jack Larson, the son of George Larson, was a hall of fame pitcher that played on the 1969 Cubs' team. Steve Larson, the wild and gifted pitcher who played on the 1984 and 1989 Cubs' team and is the son of Jack Larson. Ryan Larson is the current Larson family member to play for the Cubs and is the son of Steve Larson. Stories from Wrigley centers on the 2008 baseball season and the 100th anniversary of the Cubs last World Series championship, and is told in a series of stories by Amy Larson, the daughter of Steve Larson who works for the Chicago Sun-Times. Stories From Wrigley has three story lines in the book - the history of the franchise, the Larson family, and its involvement with the Cubs since 1906, and the 2008 Cubs baseball season from a fictional standpoint. This book is for every fan that has loved the Cubs and shared in the triumphs and heartbreaks of the team, for every fan that has wanted to know more about the Cubs history, and shares in the faith that one day the Cubs will win the World Series again. As a lifelong Cubs fan Marcus Blake tells his passionate historical fictions story of the Chicago Cubs since 1906 as only a true baseball and Cubs fan can tell this story.
Category: Fiction

Wrigley Field The Centennial

Author : Les Krantz
ISBN : 9781600788345
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Originally called Weeghman Park, Wrigley Field hosted its first game in 1914, and the 2014 season marks the 100th anniversary of baseball’s second oldest ballpark. In Wrigley Field: The Centennial, Les Krantz tells the story of Wrigley’s first 100 years—from the origins of the ivy on the outfield walls and ballpark traditions such as throwing back home run balls to Ruth’s called shot in the 1933 World Series and unforgettable moments featuring stars Ernie Banks, Ron Santo, Billy Williams, Ryne Sandberg, Greg Maddux, and more. Featuring numerous photographs, Wrigley’s first century is beautifully documented and an originally produced DVD narrated by Lou Boudreau Jr. and Ron Santo Jr. features footage from throughout the stadium’s history and interviews with Jack Brickhouse, Ron Santo, Ernie Banks, and others.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Wrigley Field

Author : Dan Campana
ISBN : 9781625842206
Genre : History
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A collection of stories, photos, and memories for those who love the Chicago Cubs’ legendary ballpark. Wrigley Field occupies a sacred space in the hearts of Cubs fans and in the soul of Wrigleyville. With contributions from those in the stands, on the field, and behind the scenes over the years—among them Bob Costas, Rick Sutcliffe, Ferguson Jenkins, Steve Stone, and many more—this informal oral history salutes the legacy that has made Wrigley such an unforgettable part of baseball and Chicago for the last century. These one hundred stories reflect the variety of millions of Cubs fans around the world, from those whose relationship with the Friendly Confines has lasted a lifetime to those who are taking their seats up close to the ivy for the very first time.
Category: History

Cubs Forever

Author : Bob Vorwald
ISBN : 9781600780448
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Cubs Forever celebrates the 60-year romance between the team, the superstation, and the fans. It brings to life some of the great games and moments in the team's history, such as Ernie Banks' 500th home run, the first night game at Wrigley Field, and four no-hitters. Add in stories from the men who work behind the scenes at Wrigley and WGN, plus interviews with the team's many stars over this six-decade period, and you have a baseball bonanza for fans of all ages.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Cubs Fan S Guide To Happiness

Author : George Ellis
ISBN : 9781623688769
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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The Chicago Cubs tradition is one built on spectacular losing streaks and even more spectacular collapses. Yet despite all the losses and disappointments, an amazing thing happens every summer at the corner of Addison and Sheffield: millions of fans flock to Wrigley Field and millions more fans across the country regularly tune in to watch Cubs games broadcast on television. Exactly why Cubs fans support their squad with such reckless abandon isn’t entirely clear—these people represent a remarkable aberration of human psychology, epitomizing the spirit and experience of dedication to a desperate cause. And the whole time, they’re oddly happy. The Cubs Fan’s Guide to Happiness reveals what makes Cubs fans tick and what keeps them happy. It explains why it’s not over until you’re mathematically eliminated, why winning really isn’t everything, and why it’s perfectly acceptable to blame all your trouble on a scapegoat—which may or may not be an actual goat. The fully revised edition also provides educational sidebars, practical applications, and true words of wisdom from celebrity Cubs fans as well as surviving the planned renovations to the product on the field and Wrigley Field itself.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Philip K Wrigley

Author : Paul McClelland Angle
ISBN : STANFORD:36105036192479
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Century Of American Icons

Author : Mary Cross
ISBN : UCSC:32106016877984
Genre : Business & Economics
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Provides a decade-by-decade analysis of consumer product advertising in the United States during the twentieth century, and discusses how products evolve to become cultural icons.
Category: Business & Economics