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Chicago Cubs video assistant takes second to David DeJesus in t…

Chicago Cubs video assistant takes second to David DeJesus in team bunting contest

yahoo.com Updated Mar 10, 2013
That's a real headline. Now wait a second, Chicago Cubs manager Dale Sveum says. Simply because his team's video assistant, and not another actual player, reached the final of the Cubs' 64-person bunting tournament Sunday, it doesn't mean the team shoul…
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  • Cubs want more kid-friendly Wrigley Field, could explore adding…

    Cubs want more kid-friendly Wrigley Field, could explore adding mascot

    yahoo.com Mar 10, 2013
    The Chicago Cubs organization is in the midst of a massive overhaul that doesn't just include the product on the field. They're also looking at a $300 million renovation project that would upgrade and modernize Wrigley Field significantly. And then, as …
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  • Spring Headlines: Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter return for Yan…

    Spring Headlines: Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter return for Yankees; Cubs still expected to trade Carlos Marmol

    yahoo.com Mar 10, 2013
    The heart and soul of the Yankees are back after Mariano Rivera (torn ACL) and Derek Jeter (broken ankle) returned to action for the first time since suffering their serious injuries last season. Both were considered highly successful. We'll start with …
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  • Video - Rizzo On WBC Experience 03:11

    Rizzo On WBC Experience

    Mar 10
    Cubs first basemen Anthony Rizzo discusses his experience playing for Italy in the World Baseball Classic.

Sports Columnists

  • NBA - Los Angeles Lakers step into possession of last playoff spot

    Mar 10
    LOS ANGELES -- However overdue it might seem, however fleeting or lasting it might turn out to be, it finally can be said that the Los Angeles Lakers ...
  • NFL mailbag - Free-agency negotiating period makes sense

    Mar 10
    The negotiating period isn't exciting, but it's doing a good job of helping teams retain their free agents, writes John Clayton.