Baseball history unpacked, September 7 On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Bleed Cubbie Blue

A thrice-weekly digest, replete with #Cubs, #MLB, and #MiLB factoids, gathered from reputable assets. Oh, what might have been

The big name-crossed Mark Prior On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, Bleed Cubbie Blue is pleased to provide a mild-hearted, 

Cubs-centric examine baseball’s colorful past, with plenty of the lore and various narratives to follow as they spread over the path of time.

Here’s a on hand Cubs timeline, to help you comply with along. We additionally include Cubs’ player birthdays and a piece of  

worldwide records, for context. Today in baseball history: 1889 - In the maximum debatable game in American Association

records, the Browns walk off the sector in Brooklyn while leading, four-2, inside the ninth inning. They declare it's far too dark to play, but the

lighted candles in the front in their bench by way of proprietor Chris Von der Ahe make umpire Fred Goldsmith decided to complete the 

game no matter what. Several St. Louis players are hit with bottles as they depart the grounds. (1,2) 1918 - On sooner or later’s rest, Hippo 

Vaughn offers up only seven hits, but Carl Mays wins a 2-1 duel. Wally Schang has  hits for Boston. Game three of the World Series ends