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Angels Vs Cubs
For a club that hasn't enjoyed a World Series title in over 100 years, the Chicago Cubs have an amazingly passionate national following. Due to the "lovable losers" history and decades of national airplay on WGN the Cubs have nurtured generations of baseball fans across the United States. Due to infrequent matchups because of interleague play any series between the Cubs and the Angels is a big ticket in Southern California. LA based Cubs fans get multiple opportunities each season to see their club head to Chavez Ravine to take on the Dodgers. A visit to the Big A is more unique and a great opportunity for Angels fans to see a National League club that doesn't make the trek down to Orange County very often.
With interleague play a recent invention the Cubs and Angels have only faced each other six times in their history with each team taking home three games apiece. The most recent series between the two teams took place at Chicago's Wrigley Field in 2010, with the Angels taking two of three behind strong pitching performances from Scott Kazmir and Jared Weaver. Prior to the 2010 series the two clubs hadn't met since 2004. The 2004 series was the first ever matchup between the two teams and the only series that's taken place in Anaheim. The Cubs took two of three in the series with the lone Angels victory a win by former Angels righty John Lackey. The 2004 Cubs team was a solid contender a year removed from the famous "Bartman Incident" playoff loss to the Florida Marlins. Since that season the Cubs have been mired in another difficult stretch of seasons, but with Theo Epstein at the helm as the General Manager they've built a roster full of solid young players that could contend in the next several years. The two primary young stars are slick fielding shortstop Starlin Castro and slugging first baseman Anthony Rizzo. The team has inked the two stars to long-term contracts as building blocks for the future.