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Chicago Cubs Photo Mosaic Print Art Designed Using Past and Present Cub Players. Handmade by The Mosaic Guy

Chicago Cubs players click their heels as they take the field on Friday (7/27/12) in honor of Ron Santo's induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame. This was a signature move always made by Ron Santo when he played baseball for the Chicago Cubs.

Cubs honor Ron Santo with a heel click over the base line the day he was inducted into Cooperstown.

Photo: Early 20th Century Chicago Cubs players, from left, Tinker, Evers, Chance

Photo: Early Century Chicago Cubs players, from left, Tinker, Evers, Chance One of the best double-play combos!

Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs

Ernie Banks - Chicago Cubs TOP 1 league of legends player

Bill Murray Joins Chicago Cubs Players to Sing ‘Go Cubs Go’ on SNL’s Weekend Update

Bill Murray Joins Chicago Cubs Players to Sing 'Go Cubs Go' on SNL's Weekend Update

Chicago Cubs players Anthony Rizzo, David Ross and Dexter Fowler perform "Go Cubs Go" with Bill Murray.

This Day In MLB History: 1996 - Sammy Sosa became the first Chicago Cub player to hit two home runs in one inning.  keepinitrealsports.tumblr.com  keepinitrealsports.wordpress.com

In Major League Baseball History: 1996 - Sammy Sosa became the first Chicago Cub player to hit two home runs in one inning.

CHICAGO -- Cubs fan Eddie Vedder will return to Wrigley Field this year when his band, Pearl Jam, plays two concerts, on Aug. 18 and 20. Jose Cardenal will probably be there, too. After all, the outfielder was Vedder's favorite Cubs player when the singer was growing up. How did they meet? After Cubs home games, fans often wait outside Wrigley to get a glimpse of the players. Cardenal, who played for the Cubs from 1972-77, said most players would walk past the crowd and head to their cars...

CHICAGO -- Cubs fan Eddie Vedder will return to Wrigley Field this year when his band, Pearl Jam, plays two concerts, on Aug. 18 and 20. Jose Cardenal will probably be there, too. After all, the outfielder was Vedder's favorite Cubs player when the singer was growing up. How did they meet? After Cubs home games, fans often wait outside Wrigley to get a glimpse of the players. Cardenal, who played for the Cubs from 1972-77, said most players would walk past the crowd and head to their cars...

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