The Chicago Water Tower, Grant Park and Wrigley Field are among the must see attractions in Chicago for history lovers.
Don’t dare mess with the aesthetics of a game that Bob Costas is calling
Kris Bryant tripled, doubled, singled and scored twice as the Chicago Cubs sent the Washington Nationals to their eighth loss in 10 games, 6-3 Sunday.
With starting pitchers Stephen Strasburg and Doug Fister on the disabled list, the Nationals called on 22-year-old prospect Joe Ross (0-1) to make his Major League debut.
Danny Espinosa hit a three-run homer in the second before the Nationals scored two more in the fourth to snap out of a three-game skid.
Joe Maddon had no idea what two of his players were cooking up on the final play of the Chicago Cubs’ 2-1 win over the Washington Nationals on Thursday night.
In case you haven’t heard, Chicago Cubs uber-prospect Kris Bryant was called up and made his debut on Friday.
It doesn’t take much to explain to someone just how good Kris Bryant is. One look at his 2014 Minor League numbers will drop jaws. And then there’s this unbelievable spring training where he hit a Major League-leading nine home runs in 14 spring games.
Many know Chicago is known as “the Windy City” and Wrigley Field is one of America’s oldest baseball stadiums, but there are a lot of other things about this great city that are not widely known.
Tsuyoshi Wada allowed Steve Pearce’s leadoff homer in the seventh inning for Baltimore’s only hit, and the Chicago Cubs beat the Orioles 2-1 on Sunday for a three-game sweep.