"Rule 142.2 part A clearly states that if any offensive player from a World Series-winning team has an average below .240 and also exhibits Gold-Glove caliber defense, he may, for the good of the team and the fans in general, be allowed a replacement hitter," said MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred.
A bartender at John Barleycorn in Wrigleyville was fired today after trying to make World Series winning Cubs Manager Joe Maddon pay his own bartab.
It appears television cannot get enough of the Chicago Cubs. Fresh off their appearance on Saturday Night Live, NBC announced that Anthony Rizzo, David Ross and Dexter Fowler have been hired to anchor the network’s Presidential election coverage.
Having gone shirtless for most of the event, Wood eventually walked into the trophy while teammate Dexter Fowler was holding it on his hip for a photo. Six of the trophy's 30 gold-plated flags pierced Wood in the lower abdomen.
"Five million? No way!" said Joe Malonecki of Tinley Park. "I am sure it was 4,999,998 at most."
"When the gates finally opened, we all started running to get in to the park," Mark's friend Chuck said. "After 200, maybe 300 yards Mark was breathing very heavy and grabbing his chest."
“I thought Kyle was gassed after all the celebrating over the past two days, he’s not normally a party guy,” said Maddon. “Chappy is a strong dude and he was ready to go the distance, so it was the proper move at that point in the parade.”