There hasn’t been much to smile about this year for the Chicago Cubs. Just ask Jack White.
But Anthony Rizzo, the 24-year-old first baseman who’s positioned himself as the team’s franchise player of the future, is finding new ways to offer reason for hope — a rare commodity by tradition in Wrigleyville.
Rizzo promised a Cubs fan named Mike Kasallis, who was recently diagnosed with leukimia, that he’d hit a home run for him during Tuesday’s game against the Padres.
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