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Hiram Bithorn - #25

12/13/2018
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On this episode, we talk about the first MLB player from Puerto Rico, Chicago Cubs pitcher, Hiram Bithorn.

Duration:00:20:06

Homer in the Gloamin' - #24

11/29/2018
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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.

Duration:00:19:08

Cubs Nicknames - #23

11/15/2018
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Nicknames have been part of baseball from the beginning. On this episode, we talk about some historic Cubs nicknames and share our thoughts on current player nicknames.

Duration:00:19:10

College of Coaches - #22

11/1/2018
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In the 1960's, the Chicago Cubs implemented a unique managing technique, the College of Coaches. Listen to this episode to hear what they tried, and how it went over.

Duration:00:24:09

Hatred of the St. Louis Cardinals - #21

9/28/2018
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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.

Duration:00:59:45

Lights at Wrigley - #20

4/17/2018
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On this episode, we share some thoughts on the 30 for 30 Podcast episode on the lights at Wrigley.

Duration:00:17:29

Marla Collins - #19

4/6/2018
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On this episode, you will learn about the most famous Cubs "ball-girl", Marla Collins.

Duration:00:11:19

All-American Girls Professional Baseball League - #18

3/27/2018
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On this episode, you will hear the Cubs' connection to the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.

Duration:00:16:16

Ronald Reagan - #17

3/16/2018
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The case could be made that Ronald Reagan would not have been the 40th president if it weren't for the Chicago Cubs.

Duration:00:10:28

Greg Maddux's Free Agency - #16

3/6/2018
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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.

Duration:00:28:28

Gabby Hartnett - #15

2/23/2018
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On this episode, you're going to hear about Gabby Hartnett, who is far and away the best catcher in the history of the Chicago Cubs.

Duration:00:19:57

Phil Cavarretta - #14

2/2/2018
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On this episode of Cultivating Catuli, you're going to learn about the original Mr. Cub, Phil Cavarretta.

Duration:00:18:18

The Eamus Catuli Sign - #13

1/12/2018
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On this episode, we share the history and meaning of the Eamus Catuli sign.

Duration:00:15:12

History of Cubs Name and Mascot - #12

1/5/2018
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On this episode, Michael walks us through the history of the name of the team we now call the Chicago Cubs. He also shares the sketchy history of the team's mascot.

Duration:00:25:46

1971 Cubs Player Revolt - #11

12/22/2017
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Kurt brings you a topic that is a follow up to his previous Leo Durocher episode. He shares how Leo lost the 1971 team and drove Ron Santo to strangulation.

Duration:00:20:30

Wrigley Field (in Los Angeles) - #10

11/22/2017
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On this episode, Michael talks about the Wrigley Field located in Los Angeles, California.

Duration:00:18:10

Artificial Turf at Wrigley Field - #9

11/15/2017
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In this episode of Cultivating Catuli, you will hear about the history of artificial turf at Wrigley Field.

Duration:00:12:05

Wrigley Field Flags - #8

11/8/2017
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On this episode of Cultivating Catuli, Michael talks about the flags that fly at Wrigley Field.

Duration:00:28:42

Bill Schuster - #7

11/2/2017
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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...

Duration:00:24:46

Charlie Grimm - #6

5/12/2017
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On this episode of Cultivating Catuli, Michael talks with us about Charlie Grimm. "Jolly Cholly" managed the Cubs from 1932-1938, 1944-1949, and 1960.

Duration:00:19:50