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Hail to the Cubs: Obama fetes WS champs

"It's more than just sports," President Barack Obama said, referring to how the love affair between the World Series champion Cubs and their followers is as unconditional as it gets.
MLB.com

President Obama, a White Sox Fan, Welcomes the Cubs to the White House

Mr. Obama celebrated a team that produced one of the more extraordinary sports moments in his time in office, a World Series triumph that ended a 108-year title drought.
NYTimes.com

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News video: McAllister hosts first camp

McAllister hosts first camp

Zach McAllister conducts indoor baseball clinic
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News video: Alabama Softball Begins Spring Practice Schedule

Alabama Softball Begins Spring Practice Schedule

The Crimson Tide open its season on Feb. 10 at the Kickin’ Chicken Classic in Conway, S.C.
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News video: Commander-In-Chief Gives Cubs Grief

Commander-In-Chief Gives Cubs Grief 02:06

The commander-in-chief is a White Sox fan, but made room Monday for the World Series Champs. Not that he didn't have some zingers for them. CBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports.
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News video: Obama Celebrates the Cubs

Obama Celebrates the Cubs

Team visited D.C.
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News video: President Obama honors Chicago Cubs at White House

President Obama honors Chicago Cubs at White House 00:28

Las Vegas' own Kris Bryant was among the players honored for the World Series win.
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Obama celebrates World Series champion Chicago Cubs

President Barack Obama welcomed the Chicago Cubs to the White House on Monday to celebrate their World Series win and speak...
Deseret News Also reported by •VOA News

President Obama welcomed Cubs to White House with jokes

President Obama welcomed his final sports team to the White House on Monday as the Cubs' celebrated their first World Series championship in 108 years.
USATODAY.com

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