The final game 7 in every sport is one of the most important of all. But in this particular case, game 7 against Cleveland Indians, was the most important of all time for all Chicago Cubs fans. The win of the final 2017 game ended the longest drought in professional
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“It was so worth it,” Jenna Engle, senior, said about the Royals parade. Over 800,000 people attended the parade according to the local Fox News station. And a lot of the people in the parade were South students. The parade was a huge success as it was the largest gathering all time
Even though the Kansas City Royals won game 1, an even bigger loss occurred. Daniel Volquez, the father of starting pitcher Edinson Volquez, passed away just hours before his son was sent out to pitch in World Series Game 1. Daniel Volquez was 63 and died in the Dominican Republic from
The Kansas City Royals get the win in the 8th inning in game 4 of the postseason. It was the bottom of the 7th when the Houston Astros scored three runs to extend their lead, 2-6. Royals fans were getting ready to turn the TV off and go to bed. Then, the
The start of spring means one thing for a lot of people: Opening Day for baseball. As the wait for the umpire to say the two words that starts off the game.
“Take me out to the ball game…” When you think of that song, it automatically makes you crave peanuts and Cracker Jacks. What if you could have all of that at a baseball game, along with a TGI Friday’s menu?