Monday, April 26, 2010

A Great Cubs/White Sox Crosstown Doesn't Need A Worthless Trophy

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The Crosstown Classic is six days of celebration in the city of Chicago. Its six days where a line is drawn down Madison street and you are either "with us" or "one of them." It's something that makes Chicago special when for six days out of the year, we celebrate the inner city rivalry that is made up of our Chicago baseball teams. It turns friends to enemies, family members unravel in their sibling rivalries, and the town is 100% about the nation's past-time. It's been so special for so long that for those six days the city splits into two families, south siders and north siders with a whole winter of bragging rights on the line.

So why a fu**ing trophy?


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