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After 32 Years, Ron Santo Finally Elected to Baseball Hall of Fame

Former Chicago Cubs third baseman Ron Santo has been elected posthumously to the Baseball Hall of Fame, garnering 93.8 percent of the vote from the Golden Era committee. In his 32nd year of eligibility, Santo has finally reached baseball’s highest honor.

Santo has long been a fan favorite, and his death last year from complications due to bladder cancer and pneumonia might have earned him the additional votes he required for induction.

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Dale Sveum Named Cubs’ Manager

Dale Sveum has been named the manager of the Chicago Cubs.

Sveum was most recently the hitting coach for the Milwaukee Brewers.  He succeeds Mike Quade, who was fired after going 71-91 in his only full season with the club.

Sveum's

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Chicago Cubs Fire Mike Quade, Ryne Sandberg Won’t Be Next Manager

The news that Mike Quade is out of a job as the manager of the Chicago Cubs was not entirely unexpected after a record of 95-104 since taking over for Lou Piniella in August of 2010. Official word of Quade’s firing came down Wednesday.

While Quade is out, many are surprised that Cubs legend Ryne Sandberg — who was up for the position last year before Quade won it — won’t be considered to replace him.

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Zambrano Won’t Pitch for Cubs This Season

The Chicago Cubs have announced that suspended right-hander Carlos Zambrano is done for the season.

The Cubs said they would resume paying the troubled pitcher when his suspension ends on September 11,

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The Biggest Problem With The Cubs Wasn’t Jim Hendry

The Chicago Cubs recently fired general manager Jim Hendry, after 17 years with the organization, including the last nine as general manager.

No doubt, the Cubs have struggled the last few years, but did they fire the wrong guy?

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Cubs Fire GM Jim Hendry

The Chicago Cubs, who hold the second worst record in the National League, have fired General Manager Jim Hendry.

Hendry served in the capacity for nine years.  The Cubs won division titles in 2003, 2007 and 2008.  T

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Cubs Will Benefit If Zambrano Follows Through On His Threat

Chicago Cubs' pitcher Carlos Zambrano is threatening retirement, after falling off the deep-end, yet again.

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Unsuccessful Seasons For A Number Of Big Spending MLB Clubs

A number of big market, big spending teams, in Major League Baseball, are not living up to their payrolls.

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The Hardest/Easiest Teams To Be A Fan Of

Who is the hardest team in pro sports to be a fan of? What about the easiest?

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Halladay Wins His Ninth, Phillies Beat Cubs

Roy Halladay became the first nine game winner in the Major Leagues, and Placido Polanco hit a grand slam as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Chicago Cubs, 7-5.

It was the first time in his career that Halladay had beaten the Cubs

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