Let's be fair, throughout history, the Cubs haven't had a lot of truly important walk-off home runs late in the season. On this episode, you will hear about the home run that catapulted the Cubs into the 1938 postseason and was worthy of a ticker-tape parade.
We start our second season of this podcast with a topic that nearly all Cubs fans are familiar with, our hatred of the St. Louis Cardinals.
Michael from Galesburg takes the reigns on this episode. He has had this topic in mind for an episode since we started the podcast. Michael has a special kind of hatred for the Cardinals, and he lays out all of their transgressions in this episode.
In the off-season before the 1993 season, the Cubs let future Hall-of-Famer Greg Maddux walk, and sign with the Atlanta Braves. This is a front-office decision that will haunt Cubs fans for years. On this episode, you'll learn how this situation went down.
Despite playing in just 123 games over the course of five seasons, Bill Schuster held a significant distinction for decades. Bill Schuster was the last Cubs player to score a run in a World Series game in which the Cubs won, until 2016. As a pinch-runner, Schuster scored the walk-off run in the 12th inning of Game #6 in the 1945 World Series.
In this episode of Cultivating Catuli, we share some of Schuster's antics from his years in the Pacific Coast League. If you miss Andy's Rube Waddell...