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  1. Why are the White Sox seemingly irrelevant? They have very little (if any) national following, and seem to be a "local" team even within Chicago, with the Cubs being "Chicagoland's team". Nationally, there doesn't seem to be any difference between the White Sox and Pirates, despite the White Sox having their own century of futility, but the Cubs are on a whole different level when it comes to fandom. Is it the stadium? Location within Chicago? Harry Carey? Uniforms?
  2. I should start off by saying I'm new here. I found this site a few years ago and fell in love with it instantly. This looks like a pretty fun forum here. About a month ago, I thought: "If these teams are tying to reach the mountain top, why don't we make it look like it. So I'm testing it with this year's MLB Playoffs. The 10 teams start at the bottom with the Commissioner's Trophy waiting for the champion at the top. This is another unique look at a bracket as well as the circle and the court/rink layouts. What do you guys thing?
  3. Four finalists revealed yesterday: More submissions.
  4. Chicago Cubs Identity Refresh Part I - Logos Part II will be Uniforms, and will be posted later.
  5. http://sports.yahoo....43631--mlb.html They've already done minor work prior to last season adding some rooftop seating beyond the outfield bleachers and installing LED panels, this plan is much more substanial, and it calls for $300 million in renovation work to include a myriad of stuff including improved concourses and restrooms, expanded skybox suites, signage, and a video scoreboard (that part, much to the chargin of some purists). The Cubs indicated that they would foot most, if not all, of the bill, but they're asking the city of Chicago for some help, in terms of infrastructure and easing some restrictions around the stadium, such as putting more advertising signage. Another proposed part of the plan is possibly building a hotel across from the stadium. I would imagine, of course, that this may be better than building a new stadium from stratch, which may cost the Cubs double or even triple what they currently plan on spending on this Wrigley renovation.