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My favorite Cubs moment at Wrigley Field was September 2006 when Rich Hill through a complete game...

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My favorite Cubs moment at Wrigley Field was September 2006 when Rich Hill through a complete game shutout. We were on the verge of losing 100 games that year. This happened to be the very first time I saw the Cubs win at Wrigley Field (I was 0-42 before). I'm just bringing this up because the fans at Wrigley that day were excited and enjoyed a baseball game. We weren't winning a division, we weren't winning even 70 games that year but it was a really fun day. I'm not saying we're doomed to fail this season. It's only April. However I just want to remind people on here that it's not the end of the world if we lose. Try to enjoy this sport. *I know its a small sample size of fans who are frustrated right now but at the moment you're really taking up 95% of the enjoyment on this site so take a breath and perhaps choose an alternate activity than watching the Cubs tomorrow. Just a friendly suggestion.

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