In 1958, at 19 years old, Jessie Branham told his father he wanted to move to the big city. His dad gave him $20 to get there. By the time he made it to Chicago, Jessie had $7 left in his pocket. After living on the street, a man took him in and gave him
Rose Salerno remembers a time before people watched Cubs games on TV. She used to listen to the games on the radio with her dad. She also remembers watching when the TV first came out and when the city had to increase transportation to the stadium because the team was getting too popular and there
Though Jake Arrieta’s bid for second straight no-hitter and home scoreless inning streak ended early Thursday, anything seems possible when he’s pitching. Wearing a blue Cubs hoodie that partially hid his face on a chilly afternoon at Wrigley Field, Jake Arrieta strode to the bullpen at 12:50 p.m. Thursday to continue his quest for perfection.