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Cultivating Catuli - Chicago Cubs History Podcast

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Cultivating Catuli - Chicago Cubs History Podcast

Cultivating Catuli - Chicago Cubs History Podcast

Ivy Envy

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A weekly Chicago Cubs history podcast. Join Michael from The Awesome 80s Podcast and Corey and Kurt from Ivy Envy as they tell stories that you may or may not know about our beloved Cubs. This podcast is not affiliated or associated with the Chicago Cubs or Major League Baseball.

Latest Episodes

Cubs World Tour of 1888

On this episode, Michael talks about the Cubs World Tour of 1888.This episode was recorded before the cancellation of the 2020 Cubs vs. Cardinals series in London.

35 minAPR 6
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Cubs World Tour of 1888

The Louisiana Connection

On this episode, Josh (from Louisiana) talks about Cubs players (from Louisiana.)

17 minMAR 17
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The Louisiana Connection

Did the Chicago Cubs Throw the 1918 World Series?

On this episode, Michael digs into the idea that the Chicago Cubs were involved in a scheme to purposefully lose the 1918 World Series.

26 minFEB 15
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Did the Chicago Cubs Throw the 1918 World Series?

1918 World Series - Cubs vs. Red Sox (Part I)

When looking back at the 1918 World Series, it doesn't take long to notice that baseball operated in a different manner back then compared to MLB today. This episode focuses on the games played in Chicago. Did the Cubs owner put his team at a disadvantage for financial gain?

20 minJAN 27
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1918 World Series - Cubs vs. Red Sox (Part I)

Songs about the Chicago Cubs

On this episode, Michael walks us through the history of songs about The Chicago Cubs.

40 minJAN 13
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Songs about the Chicago Cubs

Norman Rockwell - The Dugout

On this episode, Michael shares the history of one of Norman Rockwell's most famous pieces, The Dugout. Michael makes the case that the wrong team was chosen for this painting.

28 min2019 DEC 10
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Norman Rockwell - The Dugout

Hank Schenz and Sign-Stealing

With sign-stealing being the primary topic around baseball this off-season, we decided to dig into the history of the Cubs with sign-stealing. Hank Schenz was a light-hitting infielder who had more value with a telescope in the scoreboard than he did on the field. The story doesn't end there, though. Hank may be responsible for one of the biggest moments in baseball history.

30 min2019 NOV 26
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Hank Schenz and Sign-Stealing

Free Agency

On this episode, Kurt looks at the history of free agency.

15 min2019 APR 26
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Free Agency

Margaret Donahue

In this episode, you'll learn about Margaret Donahue, the first non-owner woman to serve as a front-office executive.

11 min2019 APR 12
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Margaret Donahue

"Legendary" Lloyd McClendon

On this episode, you'll learn about Lloyd McClendon. Lloyd was a little league legend and a part of the 1989 NL East Champion Cubs team.

16 min2019 MAR 29
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"Legendary" Lloyd McClendon

Latest Episodes

Cubs World Tour of 1888

On this episode, Michael talks about the Cubs World Tour of 1888.This episode was recorded before the cancellation of the 2020 Cubs vs. Cardinals series in London.

35 minAPR 6
Comments
Cubs World Tour of 1888

The Louisiana Connection

On this episode, Josh (from Louisiana) talks about Cubs players (from Louisiana.)

17 minMAR 17
Comments
The Louisiana Connection

Did the Chicago Cubs Throw the 1918 World Series?

On this episode, Michael digs into the idea that the Chicago Cubs were involved in a scheme to purposefully lose the 1918 World Series.

26 minFEB 15
Comments
Did the Chicago Cubs Throw the 1918 World Series?

1918 World Series - Cubs vs. Red Sox (Part I)

When looking back at the 1918 World Series, it doesn't take long to notice that baseball operated in a different manner back then compared to MLB today. This episode focuses on the games played in Chicago. Did the Cubs owner put his team at a disadvantage for financial gain?

20 minJAN 27
Comments
1918 World Series - Cubs vs. Red Sox (Part I)

Songs about the Chicago Cubs

On this episode, Michael walks us through the history of songs about The Chicago Cubs.

40 minJAN 13
Comments
Songs about the Chicago Cubs

Norman Rockwell - The Dugout

On this episode, Michael shares the history of one of Norman Rockwell's most famous pieces, The Dugout. Michael makes the case that the wrong team was chosen for this painting.

28 min2019 DEC 10
Comments
Norman Rockwell - The Dugout

Hank Schenz and Sign-Stealing

With sign-stealing being the primary topic around baseball this off-season, we decided to dig into the history of the Cubs with sign-stealing. Hank Schenz was a light-hitting infielder who had more value with a telescope in the scoreboard than he did on the field. The story doesn't end there, though. Hank may be responsible for one of the biggest moments in baseball history.

30 min2019 NOV 26
Comments
Hank Schenz and Sign-Stealing

Free Agency

On this episode, Kurt looks at the history of free agency.

15 min2019 APR 26
Comments
Free Agency

Margaret Donahue

In this episode, you'll learn about Margaret Donahue, the first non-owner woman to serve as a front-office executive.

11 min2019 APR 12
Comments
Margaret Donahue

"Legendary" Lloyd McClendon

On this episode, you'll learn about Lloyd McClendon. Lloyd was a little league legend and a part of the 1989 NL East Champion Cubs team.

16 min2019 MAR 29
Comments
"Legendary" Lloyd McClendon
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