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(News-Gazette)   100-year-old man to throw out the first pitch of the first game of Wrigley Field's 100th season. If he throws a strike, he'll be immediately signed to the 5th spot in the Cubs' rotation   (news-gazette.com) divider line 1
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2014-03-30 03:59:46 PM
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Most people would hear of someone dying at age 80 and think, "Yeah, that's a good enough run." This man has lived 20 years beyond that.

He has lived through both World Wars. He was a teenager when the Great Depression started. He is older than sliced bread and, television. When he was born, there was no country called "Turkey" as the Ottoman Empire still existed.

Yet, he has never seen the Cubs win the World Series.

Just chew on that for a while....
 
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