What a way to ring in the holidays.
CSN will re-air all 11 2016 postseason victories from the Cubs' special championship run.
The first two games of the NLDS have already been re-aired, but there is plenty more to come. From Dec. 23 to Dec. 26, CSN will spend four days honoring the team that ended a 108-year drought with special interviews from Joe Maddon, Jed Hoyer, David Ross, Tom Ricketts, Crane Kenney plus CSN Cubs analysts David Kaplan, Todd Hollandsworth and Kelly Crull.
Here is the schedule for the remaining nine games:
Friday, Dec. 23
10:30 p.m. — The Cubs' epic comeback in NLDS Game 4
Saturday, Dec. 24
5 p.m. — NLCS Game 1 featuring Montero's heroics
8:30 p.m. — NLCS Game 4 (Zobrist's bunt heard 'round the world)
Sunday, Dec. 25
8 a.m. — NLCS Game 5
12:15 p.m. — NLCS Game 6, the pennant clincher
3 p.m. — World Series Game 2
7 p.m. — World Series Game 5
Monday, Dec. 26
7 a.m. — World Series Game 6
10:30 a.m. — World Series Game 7, aka the best baseball game ever played
At 3 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 26, CSN will also air a one-hour condensed version of coverage from the World Series championship parade and rally on Nov. 4.
Immediately following the rally coverage, CSN will air an encore presentation of "Inside Look: Cubs Celebration" featuring even more behind-the-scenes footage from the most epic party Chicago has ever seen.
For more info, check out the complete press release.
Banks. Sandberg. Sosa. Rizzo.
In addition to being a potential “Cubs Mount Rushmore,” these players are synonymous with ones who fans remember — and likely cheered for — the most. Odds are you’ll find more Ryne Sandberg jerseys in the stands than, say, Terry Mulholland or Steve Trout.
But an astute fan of the 2016 club would mention that John Lackey nearly had as many strikeouts that season as Jon Lester or Jake Arrieta. Or that fan favorite Mark DeRosa led the 97-win 2008 team in runs scored (103).
These are the glue guys. The grinders. The players that hold teams together.
So, with a nod toward the 2016 World Series champs, here is the list of the 16 most underrated Cubs of all-time:
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Since the COVID-19 outbreak, Major League Baseball has had to work through a number of logistical issues with no games taking place.
The owners and the MLB Players Association worked through a number of details on the major league level last week. Now, they have filtered some decisions down to the minors, as well.
MLB announced on Tuesday that minor league players will continue to be paid through the end of May. All players will continue to receive medical benefits.
Previously, MLB had provided interim support through April 8, which was the original starting date for the minor league season.
Baseball insiders Jeff Passan and Bob Nightengale had some insight as to what this means.
Minor leaguers don’t make big bucks, but this keeps a cash flow going to those players.
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