By Phil Hecken
First, and most important thing: Paul has his annual College Football Preview today (one of the most anticipated columns of the year). Here’s the link.
Now then. Yesterday, the Chicago Cubs continued their year-long celebration of Wrigley Field by donning their 1994 alternate jerseys, jerseys which many have said fairly resemble . . . → Read More: Cubs Celebrate Strike Season, Cuban Independence
By Phil Hecken, with keen observations by Tim E. O’Brien
Yesterday the San Francisco New York Giants and Chicago Cubs played a good old-fashioned 100 Years Ago Throwback game in AT&T Park in beautiful San Fran. It’s not often you see one team dressed in monochrome navy anymore. But it was like that 100 . . . → Read More: Leaving Your Heart in Their Kind of Town
During a recent round-up of wire service photos, I linked to this photo of Rollie Hemsley and had this to say about it: “I’ve always thought there’s something a bit off about a manager who insists on wearing No. 1. Like, if you need a uni number to tell people you’re at the top . . . → Read More: Numbers Game