Tag Archives | Ryne Sandberg

Cubs World Series ring drawn on a scorecard

Scorecard for 2016 Cubs ring ceremony

What I learned Before the game starts, if you walk down to the first section with a hot dog in your hands, they will let you sit with no questions. Highlights The glimmer of the Cubs rings was incredible as all the Cubs gathered on the mound and raised their hands. Seeing Cubs World Champion […]

Game 5 scorecard for 2016 World Series

Game 5 scorecard for 2016 World Series

Fun to draw for a win It’s rather funny how doing public scorecards changes your perception of the game. You want the win, not just for the win; but because a win usually comes with some good events to highlight. A home run, maybe. Or some stellar defense. Doing a scorecard when your team doesn’t […]

1988 Donruss Shawon Dunston

Shawon Dunston didn’t strike out THAT much

We all remember Shawon Dunston as striking out a lot, but he was only in the top ten once, in 1986. In fact, Ron Santo had more seasons with 100+ strikeouts than Shawon Dunston. Sandberg has the same number of 100+ strikeout seasons as Dunston with two. Cubs with 100+ strikeouts in a season Name […]

Ryne Sandberg mustache on Google

The highest authority on Ryne Sandberg’s mustache

Do a google search for Ryne Sandberg mustache and you’ll see that the top two spots are taken by Erik Maldre and his twin brother Matt Maldre. I’m so proud that my brother and rank number one and two. It’s like winning the Olympic gold and silver. Erik’s #1-ranked post is at Ryne Sandberg mustache. […]

Ryne Sandberg, Philadelphia Phillies coach, 2013

The return of Ryne Sandberg to Wrigley Field

This is pretty exciting as a Cubs fan. By dumb luck, I was able to see Ryne Sandberg’s last game as a Cub in 1997. By the same random measure, I will see his first return in uniform to Wrigley Field since then! I just learned he’s third base coach for the Phillies. My brother […]

Chicago Cubs Poster Sports Illustrated. Jerome Walton, Mitch Williams, Mark Grace, Ryne Sandberg, Shawon Dunston, Dwight Smith. 1989 All Stars

The cheese-mo baseball posters of the 80s

What happened to the multi-player posters from the 80s? These posters are a great blast from the past with their combination of highlighting the popular players from a team, along with being done in an ultra cheesy design. Although I do have to tip my hat to the picture selection in this 1989 Cubs poster […]

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