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Ask Paul resurfaces to answer questions about the possibility of a Jeff Samardzija sighting at Wrigley Field, moving Alfonso Soriano down in the order, and whether the Cubs should bring back Sammy Sosa for the playoff push. Does Jeff Samardzija have a...
Tags: Lou Piniella, Vin Scully, Wrigley Field, Bob Uecker, Rich Hill
Tribune staff reporterWhat may go down as one of the wildest months in Cubs history is about to end with a bang as Milwaukee comes to town Friday for the most important series of the season. Manager Lou Piniella's dirt-kicking tirade, Carlos Zambrano's fight with Michael...
Tribune staff reporterNot since Nomar Garciaparra's arrival from Boston in the summer of 2004 has a Cub debut been as anticipated as Rich Harden's first start Wrigley Field. And while he did everything he could Saturday to show the Cubs made the right move in acquiring him...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs had a chance to go for the throat Saturday night after coming back to beat St. Louis 3-2 in the first game of a day-night doubleheader. But a poor decision by third-base coach Mike Quade, a lazy throw by catcher Jason Kendall and an offensive...
Tribune staff reporterMonday was the start of sweeps week for the Cubs, who entered a seven-game trip to Washington and Pittsburgh with a realistic chance of sweeping one or both struggling teams. While their 7-2 win Monday night over the Nationals at RFK Stadium was a nice...
Tags: Lou Piniella, Chicago Cubs, Ted Lilly, Wrigley Field, Soccer
Tribune reporterOne problem solved, maybe. The second is still a work in progress. Rich Hill became the first Cubs left-hander to win a game this season, a day after Ted Lilly failed for the fourth time, but he needed a bullpen boost to get there. "That's a start in...
Tags: Crimes, Lou Piniella, Chicago Cubs, Luis Rivas, Ted Lilly
Tribune reporterThe only question remaining for the Cubs over the final five regular-season games is how manager Lou Piniella will slot his starters for the first round of the postseason. No matter which way Piniella goes, it's bound to generate some controversy. "I...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Will Ohman came in to face pinch-hitter Barry Bonds in the eighth inning Tuesday, Wrigley Field went into lockdown mode. The volume was cranked up and, with the game on the line, the heat was on. When Ohman retired Bonds on a liner to left with two...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs should be media-savvy enough to know the unforgiving eye of the TV camera always is focused on their dugout, just in case something unusual happens. "I know that," Michael Barrett said, laughing. "I don't know if Rich [Hill] knew that, but I...
Tribune staff reporterDuring a just-completed 10-game homestand, the Cubs not only won seven games and stayed in the National League Central race, they moved above .500 at Wrigley Field. Yet they lost the last two games to Arizona while scoring just two runs, including...
Tribune staff reporterIt didn't take long to see why general manager Jim Hendry acquired former Cubs starter Steve Trachsel from the Orioles on Friday. Sean Marshall's poor outing in a 6-1 loss to the Astros, along with his 6.18 earned-run average in August, was only one...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs have until 10 a.m. Wednesday to finalize their 25-man roster for the division series, and general manager Jim Hendry might wait until Tuesday night to make the final decisions. Can Sam Fuld sneak in? Will Kevin Hart make the cut? Hendry wasn't...
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