While we are engulfed in Cubs Fever and baseball post-season play-offs, it is interesting to note that today is the birthday of baseball great Mickey Mantle who led the New York Yankees to 7 World Series titles.
Grolier Online (GO!) teams with the Library of Congress to present "Today in History," a fun and educational feature. Explore Grolier Online to find information in formats specifically for elementary school kids, middle grades, high school and adults, including current events, interactive maps, dictionaries, and:
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A search for "Chicago Cubs" finds current magazine articles about the team and their wonderful season. Hopefully, Jon Lester, Jake Arrieta, and the rest of the Cubs pitchers will lead the Cubs to this year's World Series!
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