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101 Reasons to Love the Cubs

1 rating: 5.0
A book by David Green

The Cubs haven't won a World Series since 1908, but they still have the game's most loyal fans. The Cardinals have won the World Series more than any other National League team in history. The Cubs have the ivy-covered walls of Wrigley Field, … see full wiki

Author: David Green
Publisher: "Stewart, Tabori and Chang"
1 review about 101 Reasons to Love the Cubs

The equivalent of an upper for the Cubs fan at the start of the season

  • Apr 4, 2010
In the week before opening day of the baseball season and hope rises once again in the fan of every team, there is nothing better than reading about the Chicago Cubs. Now holders of the longest streak of futility regarding winning the World Series, they remain one of the most popular teams in America. Many reasons have been put forward for this, everything from poor management to a curse involving a goat have been cited.
This book is one for every Cub fan as it contains a combination of history, lore and information regarding some of the greatest players ever to wear the uniform. I enjoyed reading it and will put it on my shelf and revisit it at the start of the season next year. It helps generate hope in your mind that the future is now.

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