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Chicago Cubs news from Wednesday, June 3, 2020

- The simCubs are hot again, winning their fourth in a row Monday against the simReds. That gave them three of four against a team they'll face again this weekend, this time in Cincinnati. Anthony Rizzo and Ian Happ homered in the win. Here are highlights: Here at BCB, we are going to play simulated games for every game on the Cubs' 2020 schedule via MLB The Show 20. This will continue until...

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- Suddenly, that once-in-a-lifetime world championship won by the Chicago Cubs four years ago seems like ancient history. The team is not only aging rapidly but subject to losing a pair of lefthanded starters to free agency this fall. But that's not the worst news. Chairman of the Board Tom Ricketts made headlines Tuesday when he told Jesse Rogers of ESPN that major-league owners face 2020 losse...

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- Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts, who is a part-owner of the Chicago Cubs and younger brother of franchise chairman Tom Ricketts, is being accused of being a racist after referring to blacks as “you people” during a meeting in Omaha this week. A meeting between state, city and black leaders occurred Monday at the Omaha Police Headquarters in the aftermath of a white bar owner killing a black man on...

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- I have written about Willie Smith's 1969 Opening Day walkoff home run before, most recently on its 50th anniversary in April 2019. So what do I have that's new to say about this blast? Plenty, but first, let's watch it again. Just listen to Jack Brickhouse. I mean... Jack got overexcited about a lot of things that didn't always warrant it, but that time, you could tell the exciteme...

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