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Cubs in Boston. Band Farraday hit it big. Wrigleville restaurant reviews and more
Cubs in Boston. Band Farraday hit it big. Wrigleville restaurant reviews and more

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Published by: cubs2010 on Jun 21, 2011
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Let’s Do This More Often! -Page 3Hard Work Pays Off For Local Band Farraday -Page 5Moe’s Cantina -Page 9Ernie Banks: Above and Beyond -Page 12Wrigleyville Real Estate Update -Page 16
im O’Riley is the editor-in-chie o Wrigleyville Magazine and also keeps ans posted onall things Cubs year-round on his Facebook page, Between the Vines (http://acebook.com/betweenthevines). His Facebook page or Wrigleyville Magazine ishttp://www.acebook.com/WrigleyvilleMagazine.Follow him on witter at http://twitter.com/WrigleyMagazine and http://twitter.com/CubsStories. You can also email him at tim@wrigleyvillemagazine.com.
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I you made the trek to Boston recently or the Cubs/Red Sox series, you may have gotten aglimpse o the “fnished product vision” that om Ricketts may have had or his ballclub whenhe frst purchased the team. Over the entire cool-but-pleasant New England weekend, there wasa certain “electricity” in the air that even Bostonians themselves were not prepared or. Te RedSox ans, most o whom were the most respectul and accommodating that you could ever hopeto meet, compared the Cubs series with the 2004 World Series in which the Red Sox ended their long championship drought. Most people said that we were thelargest road crowd that they had ever seen. Te Red Sox and Cubs Na-tions ormed a bond over the years that tied these two ranchisestogether. Most ans were sharing battle stories rom their many collective years o disappointment together (Buckner, ‘84Cubs, Bartman, Aaron Boone, etc.). Even though the RedSox have shed their “curse”, there was a mutual respect orthe many hearts broken or one team or the other oversummers past.

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