Greatest Moments: No. 2, Merkle's Boner

By Chris Rewers on Friday, April 22, 2011

The Cubs' chances of winning a second straight world championship and third straight National League pennant were not looking promising on Aug. 16, 1908 when Philadelphia right-hander George McQuillan outdueled the Cubs' Jack Pfiester in a 1-0 Phillies victory at Chicago's West Side Grounds.

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Infighting Didn't Derail Cubs Dynasty

By Chris Rewers on Friday, March 4, 2011

Cubs manager Mike Quade told reporters Thursday that he didn't care whether Carlos Silva and Aramis Ramirez "hugged it out" in the wake of their dugout altercation earlier this week.

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Greatest Moments: No. 7, Cubs Repeat as World Champions

By Chris Rewers on Saturday, January 29, 2011

(Editor's Note: Twenty-fourth in a series recalling the 30 greatest moments in Cubs history.)

It can be argued that from 1906-10 the Cubs were the greatest team in baseball history.

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1908: Merkle's Boner

By Chris Rewers on Monday, October 4, 2010

The Cubs' chances of winning a second straight world championship and third straight National League pennant were not looking promising on Aug. 16, 1908 when Philadelphia right-hander George McQuillan outdueled the Cubs' Jack Pfiester in a 1-0 Phillies victory at Chicago's West Side Grounds.

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The Real Curse?

By Beachwood Reporter on Saturday, June 26, 2010

Forget the goat. There's a mental hospital in the Cubs' past.

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