We are getting a sample of Ayn Rand on a daily basis from Donald Trump, who has probably not even read the book, “Atlas Shrugged.”
No ninth-inning homer by Dexter Fowler, no harm, no fouling this up for the Cubs — or so it would seem. They’ve won six straight, tying a season high.
In an article he wrote for the Players’ Tribune on Wednesday, Ross opened up about his old reputation and lists eight of MLB’s best team players.
Boone said the Cubs have done a good job adding modern-day luxuries while saving the park’s original allure.
Fowler will always be a part of Cubs history, even though he’s now playing with the Cardinals.
Did the Cubs blow it by deciding not to re-sign the well-liked center fielder, who instead joined the Cardinals for $82.5 million over five years?
No team would like to knock the Cubs off the top of the mountain more than the rival Cardinals. Remember them? They used to be pretty good.
Turns out the Cardinals’ pursuit of outfielder Dexter Fowler had roots deeper than just baseball.
Dexter Fowler and the St. Louis Cardinals believe they’ve got the goods to play deep into October. They’re coming for all the Cubs’ banners.
St. Louis surrendered its first-round pick in signing free-agent center fielder Dexter Fowler this offseason.
Dexter Fowler will be missed on the North side, and the feeling will be mutual. But he has officially moved on — to the Cubs’ biggest rivals, no less.
The deal is believed to be for five years and is in the $80-90 million.
TELANDER: It’s hard to know how to feel beyond ecstatic about something that no one alive has ever seen happen before. Maybe ecstatic is enough.
History was made Wednesday night, with the Cubs’ first World Series win since 1908. Here are 7 moments to remember.