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The last time the Cubs played in Cleveland, they had something to celebrate after winning Game 7 of the 2016 World Series in 10 innings at Progressive Field.
A trip down Memory Lane as Cubs return to Cleveland for 2-game series
When the Chicago Cubs step into the visiting clubhouse at Progressive Field in Cleveland on Tuesday, some of them might experience a few flashbacks from their World Series-clinching performance in 2016.
John Olerud had surgery to remove an aneurysm at the base of his brain on Feb. 27, 1989 when he was 20 years old. Six weeks later, he was playing with his college baseball again, and he made his MLB debut about six months later on Sept. 3, 1989 with Toronto. He went on to have a 17-year career in the majors.
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Leonard Floyd is the Chicago Bears’ only proven edge rusher, but he hasn’t proven that he can stay healthy and was limited to walking around on the sidelines during the just-completed minicamp.
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Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg watches his team during a game against the Sacramento Kings in Sacramento, Calif. Despite a worst record this past season than the one before, there are no calls from fans to dump the head coach, who was hired in 2015.
Even with less successful results, criticism of Hoiberg quieted down
Houston Astros catcher Max Stassi tags out Yoan Moncada during the third inning Sunday in Chicago. “You know, right now we know we’re not in a very good place,” Moncada said through an interpreter after the game, which the White Sox lost 7-1. “But there are still plenty of games to play. That keeps us in a positive mood.”
Astros complete 3-game sweep over reeling White Sox
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
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