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Waiting for the Cubs by

This is a memoir of a diehard - a diehard fan who drove himself and his family half crazy to get to Cubs games that were 700 miles away from their home. Along the way Sullivan recounts the history of Cubs baseball, including events from the 1908 season, as well as reminiscences from other fans and stories of his own experience following a team that has gone a century without attaining that final win that would make them world champions.

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Floyd Sullivan, a member of the Society for American Baseball Research, is a writer and photographer and lives in Chicago. His Cubs blog is .

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15th May 2010


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McFarland & Co Inc


204 pages


Sports & outdoor recreation



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