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2006 record: 80-82, 3rd Manager: Jerry Narron (3rd season). Home games: Ed Smith Stadium (7,500), 12th Street and Tuttle Avenue, Sarasota, Fla. 34237. Directions: From north, take I-75 south to exit 40, University Parkway. Travel west to Tuttle Ave. and...
Tribune staff reporterFlorida ace Josh Beckett kept the cork in the champagne bottles in the Cubs' clubhouse on Sunday, but may have uncorked a controversy with an alleged knockdown pitch to Sammy Sosa. Beckett threw a two-hit shutout in a 4-0 victory in Game 5 of the...
In order of 2002 finish New York Yankees Manager: Joe Torre. 2002: 103-58, 1st; lost to Anaheim in 1st round. Payroll: $164 million. Rotation: Roger Clemens, Mike Mussina, Andy Pettitte, David Wells, Jeff Weaver. Meat of the order: Jason Giambi,...
Tags: Aubrey Huff, David Segui, Joe Kennedy, Lou Piniella, David Wells
The 2003 salaries for the 827 major league baseball players on opening day rosters and disabled lists. Figures were obtained by The Associated Press from management and player sources and include salaries and pro-rated shares of signing bonuses and...
Tribune staff reporterShock and awe were the buzzwords at Wrigley Field on Tuesday night after the Cubs fell apart in spectacular fashion in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series. The Florida Marlins capitalized on a play in which a fan touched a catchable ball...
Tags: Juan Pierre, Wrigley Field, Redman, Kerry Wood, Moises Alou
Tribune staff reporterManager Ozzie Guillen called it the biggest hit of Timo Perez' short career with the White Sox. Gee, you think? Perez turned on an Armando Benitez fastball and hit a two-run, ninth-inning home run to tie the game and the Sox pushed two runs across in...
Tags: Juan Uribe, Ozzie Guillen, Baseball, Jon Garland, Mike Lowell
Tribune staff reporterIn keeping with a season that defies explanation, the Cubs did things backward in Monday's doubleheader at Pro Player Stadium. They won the game you might have thought they were going to lose and lost a game they were supposed to win. After knocking...
Tribune staff reporterThe greening of Comiskey Park comes complete with a green young left-hander named Mark Buehrle, the accidental ace of the White Sox. The 23-year-old with the bleached blond hair stifled the Baltimore Orioles on Friday in the Sox's home opener to...
Tribune staff reporterDoug Glanville was talking before Game 3 about the "Red Ivy Cubs," the nickname he and Josh Paul invented for the first team in eons to play in October when the leaves on the Wrigley Field walls were turning colors. "We're starting something new,"...
Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker is renowned as a manager who always has his players' backs. But when a team makes as many glaring mistakes as the Cubs did Sunday, even Baker has a difficult time biting his lip. After an 11-1 loss to Florida, which featured two misguided...
Tribune staff reporter"Today was just one of those days." That was White Sox manager Jerry Manuel's assessment after a 9-4 setback to the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday afternoon in front of 23,951 at Comiskey Park. The Sox saw their four-game winning streak end as losing...
Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker began his first day as Cubs manager last November by proclaiming "Why not us?" But when all was said and done, Cubs fans were left asking the same question they have been asking their entire lives: "Why us?" A star-crossed season ended in...
Tags: Wrigley Field, Redman, Kerry Wood, Florida, Ozzie Guillen
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