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Cubs announce plans to reimburse season ticket holders for their financial losses the last five years
"As an organization owned by billionaires, the Chicago Cubs can't sit by idly while our season ticket holders -- many of whom are hard-working, middle-class Chicagoans -- lose thousands of dollars a year," said Cubs President of Business Operations Crane Kenney.
"Hey Eddie, I challenge you to Cubs Trivia followed by a battle of our bands," Corgan said. "Oh and Jack, you sure know how to complain without suffering. Why don't you go home and catch up with the United?"
"Mr. Smith made an unforgivable mistake: he smoked weed," said ESPN program director Chip Benson. "His argument that women are to blame for physical abuse by their boyfriends and husbands is classic Stephen. Good stuff, really. But getting high in the parking lot after his show? That's simply unacceptable."
Knowing that many are confused by its disciplinary actions, the NFL has 2014 penalty cheat sheet.
With the trade deadline coming close, the Cubs could become buyers this season. However, a blockbuster deal they're working on may not be legal.
A day after Boston sports radio co-host Kirk Minihane issued a half-hearted apology for comments he made about Erin Andrews, saying if the female sportscaster gained 15 pounds she would be a waitress at Perkins rather than a top sideline reporter, the restaurant chain held a press conference saying Minihane himself isn’t the type of […]