Tag Archives: Greg Maddux

Chicago Cubs disposal of commemorative bricks reveals soullessness and duplicity
May 28, 2015

by Kent Sterling Can the business wing of the Chicago Cubs do anything right? When Cubs fans bought inscribed bricks that would “forever” surround Wrigley Field with messages of love and memories, they believed the bricks would be there for generations. Click here to follow Kent on Twitter They lasted less than 10 years, and […]

What I Learned – From Mr. Cub, Ernie Banks
June 11, 2013

by Kent Sterling I didn’t get to see Ernie Banks play a whole lot.  My cognitive memory developed just as Ernie Banks physical talents finally eroded, but he was the defining figure at that time in Chicago sports. Banks’ unvarnished enthusiasm for his job was infectious.  To watch a guy play baseball everyday who seemed […]

Answers to Questions About Gunner Kiel, Remy Abell, Cubs Baseball, the Colts Draft, and Whether I Give a Damn About the Indiana Pacers
April 21, 2013

Every Sunday, the questions of kentsterling.com readers are answered.  All questions are welcome via email at kentsterling11@yahoo.com or via Twitter @kentsterling.  Include your first name and hometown.  They are compiled through the week, and those that prompt the best answers are selected for publication. Kent – Gunner Kiel has committed to four schools by my […]