The Milwaukee Brewers knew that 2018 was going to be special. This was going to be a season unlike any in recent memory. For the first time in a long time, fans in Milwaukee had reason to be proud of their baseball team, and that reason was a certain bouncing lady sitting front row center at all Brewers home games.
A day after the Cubs' 2018 season came to a disappointing, fans and media are speculation on the future of the team, particularly as it relates to their manager Joe Maddon. One fan, who is blissfully unaware of the horrid performance by many former Cubs managers, thinks Maddon should be fired immediately.
With his team running on fumes and grasping to a one-game lead in the NL Central, Cubs manager Joe Maddon pulled another wacky rabbit out of his hat Wednesday night, instructing his players and coaches to dress up like zombies before their flight to Washington D.C.
Cubs Hall of Fame first baseman Adrian “Cap” Anson apologized for racist and homophobic telegraphs that surfaced recently and expressed remorse for his youthful indiscretions.
The protest march, which snarled traffic for miles in both directions, was to draw attention to the end of the popular drink special at Murphy’s, a fixture in the Wrigleyville neighborhood for almost 80 years
"I want very much to perform at a high level for the Chicago Cubs," said Darvish through an interpreter. "But after reviewing the 2019 schedule that just came out, I'm afraid I won't be able to participate in any of those games."