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8/8/88: Remembering the first night game at Wrigley Field

8/8/88: Remembering the first night game at Wrigley Field
  • 8/8/88: Remembering the first night game at Wrigley Field FWC: 8/8/88: Remembering the first night game at Wrigley Field

    If you’re a baseball fan older than 35, chances are you remember how big a deal it was for the Friendly Confines to get nighttime illumination back in 1988.

  • Does everything Javier Baez brings add up to an MVP? FWC: Does everything Javier Baez brings add up to an MVP?

    A magician in the field, electrifying on the bases and dangerous at the plate, the Cubs star has a legitimate case to be the NL’s most valuable player.

  • Yankees Play-By-Play Guy Michael Kay Is In Hot Water With Clint Frazier FWC: Yankees Play-By-Play Guy Michael Kay Is In Hot Water With Clint Frazier

    In an animated discussion on his radio show Monday, about the four-game weekend series sweep that all but knocked the Yankees out of contention in the AL East, Yankees television play-by-play man Michael Kay was at the very least clumsy with his choice of words while bitching about which Yankees were available and…Read more…

  • Pockrass: NASCAR should be upset with Brian France FWC: Pockrass: NASCAR should be upset with Brian France

    The chairman and CEO’s arrest is yet another way he has disappointed NASCAR. Will the sport stop ignoring the signs of the road and make a permanent change?

  • Mariners debate sitting former ace Felix Hernandez FWC: Mariners debate sitting former ace Felix Hernandez

    Hernandez gave up a career-high 11 runs Tuesday against Texas and has a 5.73 ERA this season.

  • Aaron Donald holdout casts cloud over otherwise positive Rams training camp FWC: Aaron Donald holdout casts cloud over otherwise positive Rams training camp

    Aaron Donald’s holdout is the “yeah, but” in every training camp update from coach Sean McVay and Los Angeles players. But, for now, Donald’s coaches and teammates are remaining patient.

  • Why the Ivy League might finally be ready to compete in the playoffs FWC: Why the Ivy League might finally be ready to compete in the playoffs

    The conference is fun, rapidly improving, and full of coaches raring to test themselves nationally. Let’s talk to each head coach. You might have a vision of Ivy League football in your head, of hoity-toity, champagne-at-tailgates sensibility with tall grass and three-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust offense. That vision has never been entirely true, but it was true enough to persist. That’s all changing.…

  • Indian men's hockey team jumps one spot to 5th in FIH rankings FWC: Indian men’s hockey team jumps one spot to 5th in FIH rankings

    News 62   //    07 Aug 2018, 17:31 IST SHARE Share Options × Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Reddit Google+ Email New Delhi, Aug 7 (PTI) An impressive silver-medal finish at the Champions Trophy has helped the Indian men’s hockey team jump one spot to fifth in the latest FIH rankings chart released today.India had lost to Australia via penalty shootout in…