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Four years into the Theo Epstein era, the Cubs find themselves in a place theyve never been before -- favorites heading into the playoffs. Tyreek Hill Jersey .In four years, the Cubs have gone from a 101-loss regular season to a 103-win regular season, a drastic change that has kept the center-field scoreboard operators busy raising the W flag after each victory. Wrigley Field has been buzzing inside and out this season as the Cubs have given their faithful plenty to cheer about.The only thing as plentiful as the runs the Cubs racked up this year were the laughs that could be heard around the cage at batting practice, on the field and in the dugout. This team knows how to win, and it knows how to have fun.Rick Fuhs, a groundskeeper and scoreboard operator for the Cubs, trims the ivy on the outfield wall. Fuhs has been with the Cubs for 38 years and started as a teenager sweeping the outfield bleachers. Assisting Fuhs is groundskeeper intern Alex Pancek.Aroldis Chapman stops to sign autographs and take pictures after arriving at the stadium before the Cubs take on the San Francisco Giants on Aug. 31.Fans visit a souvenir stand on Waveland Avenue beyond the left-field bleachers.Shortstop Addison Russell gets in some fielding practice before a game against the Miami Marlins on Aug. 1.Anthony Rizzo puts his arm around strength and conditioning coordinator Tim Buss following a team photo shoot.Fans take in a game from their rooftop as the Cubs take on the Mets.Jason Heyward (on ground), Dexter Fowler, Addison Russell (kneeling) and Kris Bryant share a laugh during batting practice before a game in Los Angeles against the Dodgers.Scoreboard operator Fred Washington raises the W flag after the Cubs beat the Brewers in August. The tradition of flying the W flag after wins was created before Wrigley Field hosted night games as a way to notify travelers on the train whether the Cubs won that day.Scoreboard operator Rick Fuhs keeps an eye on the action from the press box as he tallies the balls and strikes on the iconic center-field scoreboard. The scoreboard was installed in the 1930s.Kris Bryant signs autographs for fans before a game against the Brewers in July.A stadium worker opens the gates to the home plate entrance of Wrigley Field at the intersection of Addison and Clark.Cubs players exit the dugout with a jersey hanging in tribute to Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez, who died Sept. 25 in a boating accident.Ballhawks outside Wrigley Field stand at the corner of Waveland and Kenmore for the National Anthem.Rookie catcher Willson Contreras and relief pitcher Pedro Strop embrace with a hug before the Cubs take on the Brewers at Miller Park.Fans cool themselves in misters to seek refuge from the sweltering heat in the outfield bleachers.Addison Russell runs toward second base during a game against the Marlins on Aug. 1.Kris Bryant celebrates after scoring a run against the Texas Rangers.Outfielder Matt Szczur snags a fly ball just a step away from the ivy-covered left-field wall.A scoreboard operator eyes the action as he turns the numbers tallying the runs and hits in a game against the San Francisco Giants on Sept. 3.A view inside Wrigley Field from one of the rooftop bleachers on Sheffield Avenue.Cubs infielder Ben Zobrist and outfielder Jason Heyward go through a pregame ritual before the Cubs take on the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.Aroldis Chapman talks with his teammates in the bullpen.Firefighters stationed in Wrigleyvilles Engine 78 station across from the left-field entrance of Wrigley Field watch the evenings action on television.Young Cubs fan Beckham Zobrist takes in the game with his mother Erin Zobrist as the Cubs take on the Cardinals in August. Beckham lost his eye to retinoblastoma -- a rare form of cancer -- and after being teased by other children, pleaded for a new eye from his parents. While the true eye he was hoping for could not happen, his parents instead got him the next best thing ... a prosthetic eye with the logo of his favorite team, the Cubs.Anthony Rizzo scores the winning run in a walk-off over the Giants on Sept. 4.Kris Bryant and David Ross leave the stadium following a night game as fans plead for autographs. Ed Podolak Jersey . Barcelona also left injured defenders Carles Puyol, Javier Mascherano and Jordi Alba out of its squad for the trip to Glasgow. That means that Marc Bartra will probably start again in the centre of the defence alongside Gerard Pique. Trent Green Jersey .2 billion agreement with Rogers Communications for the leagues broadcast and multimedia rights. http://www.customchiefsjersey.com/custom...arge-1216n.html . Rinne played two periods in his first game since left hip surgery in early May. Gabriel Bourque scored 3:07 into the second period and Austin Watson tallied 5:15 later for Nashville. NEW YORK -- Thanks to a surprising comeback win Thursday night, the New York Mets snapped a four-game losing streak, but the result didnt change their approach as they try to work their way through an extended offensive drought.This is how we have to grind right now, Mets second baseman Neil Walker said late Thursday night following a 4-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs at Citi Field.The Mets will host the Cubs again Friday night in the second game of a four-game series.This was a very, very good game for us, especially on the offensive side, Walker said. We got to grind out at-bats, make the pitchers work, got ourselves some opportunities.Walker was credited with the game-tying RBI in the seventh inning Thursday, when Alejandro De Aza scored from third on Walkers chopper to second base. Javier Baez tried throwing out Brandon Nimmo at third, but his throw sailed past Kris Bryant, and Nimmo raced home with the winning run.The rally was keyed by De Aza, who worked an eight-pitch walk against Joel Peralta, and Nimmo, who ended a nine-pitch battle with a single off Peralta.We have to do this, day in and day out, to have some success until we get on a little bit of a roll, Walker said of the Mets, who scored just eight runs during their losing streak.The loss ended a three-game winning streak for the Cubs, who led 3-0 in the sixth inning.You never want to lose a game when you have the lead, Cubs manager Joe Maddon said. All losses are pretty tough to swallow, especially the close ones.Still, the Mets (41-37) werent the only ones who left Thursday nigght feeling pretty good about themselves. Frank Clark Jersey. Maddon was encouraged by how close the Cubs (51-27) came to tying the game in both the eighth and ninth innings.The Cubs had two on and two outs in the eighth, when pinch hitter Jason Heyward grounded out to end the threat. Chicago loaded the bases with one out in the ninth before Mets closer Jeurys Familia struck out Willson Contreras and induced Baez to pop out to first.It indicates the kind of tenacity our group has, and I love it, Maddon said. I actually love every second of it.The Mets are scheduled to send right-hander Jacob deGrom to the mound against Cubs right-hander Jason Hammel.DeGrom will be looking to earn his first win in two months. He is winless since April 30, a 10-start stretch in which he is 0-4 despite a 3.13 ERA. In his most recent start last Saturday, deGrom threw eight scoreless innings but didnt factor into the decision in the Mets 1-0, 11-inning win at Atlanta.Hammel is looking to snap a four-start winless streak, during which he has gone 0-3 with a 3.70 ERA as his overall ERA has risen to a season-high 2.58. He took the defeat in his most recent start Sunday, when he gave up two runs over six innings in the Cubs 6-1 loss to the Miami Marlins.Neither starting pitcher has beaten his Friday opponent. In three career starts against the Cubs, deGrom is 0-2 with a 6.46 ERA. Hammel is 0-3 with a 4.91 ERA in five career starts against the Mets. ' ' '

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