Staging details were hardly the focus at a headline-grabbing event to destroy an infamous baseball, symbolically ending the so-called curse on the Chicago Cubs. The February event, dubbed “Destroy the Ball — Find a Cure,” ended up being a fundraiser for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and took place inside a tent on the street in front of Harry Caray's Restaurant in Chicago. The centerpiece of the day was the “execution” of a baseball owned by fan Steve Bartman — the man who ...

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