The greatest sports drought in history is now over in what was arguably one of the greatest games in baseball history.
One hundred and eight. As many stitches as there are on a baseball. Quicker than Aroldis Chapman’s fastball and likely equal with Nolan Ryan’s. EIA has provided some perspective on how much U.S. oil and gas has changed since then.
In 1908, the last time the Cubs won the World Series, the United States produced less than half a million barrels per day of oil, with crude oil production having only started approximately 50 years...

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