MLB: Major League (union) Busting

Yet with additional lucrative contracts with the NBA and NFL causing New Era’s profits to reach $750 million annually, the move seems to be a union-busting technique to maximize profits at the expense of worker benefits.
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Lovable Losers

I don’t know why I love the Cubs so much. They are consistent losers. Despite the historical mysticism, Wrigley Field is an outdated dump — my first seat at the park was directly behind a large support pole. But I do know that I love my family. I love being in Chicago. I love sitting in my grandfather’s den and watching him angrily storm out. I love Portillos, and I love laughing with my family.
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Cubs No More

The Chicago Cubs have always been an integral part of my life. I went to my first game when I was three weeks old, according to my mom (not that I remember). In middle school, I was at Wrigley Field, dressed in a floppy sequined hat for ‘70s night, when
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Brett Jackson makes major league debut for Cubs

Former Cal baseball player Brett Jackson made his major league debut for the Chicago Cubs on Sunday, going 2-4 with two singles, a walk and a run in the Cubs’ 7-6 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers. The fourth-highest draft pick in Cal baseball history, Cubs fans have been awaiting
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