Way back in 1910, Franklin Pierce Adams wrote a poem entitled “Baseball’s Sad Lexicon”. It described the somber moment in which opposing players fell victim to the Chicago Cubs’ double play team. It became an immediate hit, and has since gone down in baseball lore.
Today, the poem is better known as ‘Tinker to Evers to [...]
In the Cubs' long and storied history, many pieces of media have been made about them. Starting with the still well-known poem "Baseball's Sad Lexicon," the Cubs have often inspired creativity in many various forms. While many were ... Read Post
Baseball is a team sport. The St. Louis Cardinals reflected this on Wednesday when they beat the Chicago Cubs, working together to beat them at the plate and on the mound. Albert Pujols, considered by some to be the best player in b... Read Post