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Lennie Merullo, oldest living former Cubs player, dies at 98

Lnnie Merullo, the oldest living former Cubs player, died Saturday at the age of 98, the team said. The shortstop played with the Cubs from 1941-47 and had a career average of .240 with six home runs and 152 RBIs. He appeared in three games in the 1945 World Series.

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Lennie Merullo, the oldest living former Cubs player, died Saturday at the age of 98, the team said.
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Men have long been pressured to live up to unrealistic fitness standards. We've endured relentless body shaming and had to navigate a world in which we're often pre-judged by our appearance.
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Chicago residents have long found creative ways to preserve winter parking in their neighborhood.
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"Ernie: A Special Photographic Tribute" Soft Cover Book

Celebrate the magnificent, ground-breaking career of Mr. Cub Ernie Banks, a Chicago icon who touched the lives of millions, with this collection of stories and photographs from the staff of the Chicago Tribune.

Pre-order this special edition Ernie Banks photographic tribute paperback, exclusively from the Chicago Tribune.
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Wrigley Field video board ready for its close-up

The jumbo-sized video board makes its Wrigley Field debut Sunday night, ushering in a new chapter in the ballpark’s 101-year-old history.

So what can we expect?

Cubs senior marketing director Alison Miller sat down with the Tribune on Friday for a video board primer.

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The jumbo-sized video board makes its Wrigley Field debut Sunday night, ushering in a new chapter in the ballpark’s 101-year-old history.
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Of all the talents Ernie Banks exhibited over his Hall of Fame career, perhaps the most impressive skill was his ability to relate to everyday people from all walks of life.
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Hall of Famer Ernie Banks larger than life on and off the field

Nothing could ruin Ernie Bank's positive vibes, not even the luckless team he made you love.

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Iconic slugger Ernie Banks died Friday at 83, but his DNA will be embedded forever into the game of baseball.
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+Paul Sullivan Hey! I really enjoyed your article 'Life Coaches for Entrepreneurial Set' for the NY Times. We would love to pitch you on a story. If you are interested I can be reach by email at: instituteforcoaching1 [at] Gmaikl
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