Gale Sayers had a historic six-touchdown day on Dec. 12, 1965.
Celebrating 100 years of losing just feels weird.
Fergie’s final masterpiece and a wild brawl will never fade from the memory.
Cubs fans swallowed a bitter pill that they haven’t coughed up in the decade since.
As for Sammy, the door back to to Wrigley can remain dark. And he can build his own statue somewhere else.
Former Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood reportedly discovered a man’s body floating in the water in Belmont Harbor.
Kerry Wood is in uniform.
There was plenty of fanfare as the Rickett’s family and the former Cubs pitcher broke ground on the new Kerry Wood Cubs field back in October.
Wrigley Field is a terrible place for children. It’s been mostly a terrible place for adults, too, but not so much due to the park’s amenities.
By Dave Wischnowsky – (CBS) When it comes to Sammy Sosa’s future, AOL Fanhouse columnist Lisa Olson has a bold prediction. “Within a few years,” she wrote in a column published on Thursday, “the Cubs […]
Kerry Wood may have retired from the Cubs, but his name will live on.
Roughly four months after Kerry Wood’s retirement, the Cubs will host a Kerry Wood Appreciation Day.
But could something have really been different if the Cubs and manager-turned-punching-bag Dusty Baker had handled their one-time pitching wunderkinds in a different way?
Full disclosure—I’m banging this drum again to anger people who don’t want to think. Call me a troll, I don’t care. People have to get angry at being wrong about something before they begin to consider converting to the correct side.
In one of the developing, most interesting stories of the 2012 local baseball season, people are picking their sides.
Kerry Wood was there during that fateful game in October when Steve Bartman reached his hand over the railing at Wrigley Field to catch a foul ball.
Former Cubs pitcher Kerry Wood, former Hawks star Chris Chelios and Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder took time to entertain the crowd at Stanley’s in Lincoln Park with Pearl Jam’s “The Weight.” Enjoy!
Those nice things, though, do not deserve a retiring of his number, a topic that’s been bandied about since people started to assume this year was Wood’s swan song.
Wood, who retired after Friday’s game, will likely join the Chicago Cubs in another role after taking some time off to spend with his family.
Kerry Wood addressed the media at Wrigley Field after announcing his retirement.