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Tribune staff reporterJason Marquis correctly pointed out "it's not the end of the world" after the Cubs stranded 15 baserunners in a 5-4, 11-inning loss to the Astros on Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park. And while that may be true, the general mood in the Cubs clubhouse,...
Tribune staff reporterThe powerball attack Cubs manager Lou Piniella envisioned in March finally made a cameo appearance Thursday night at Minute Maid Park. Alfonso Soriano, Aramis Ramirez, Daryle Ward and Cliff Floyd all homered off Houston starter Woody Williams as the Cubs...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs are looking for a summer rerun of 2007, when they started off the second half with seven victories in their first eight games en route to a National League Central title. Starter Ted Lilly did enough to get the Cubs off on the right foot...
Tribune staff reporterIt doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out the Cubs are lacking when it comes to putting together a prolonged hot streak. But trying to put a finger on what exactly is ailing the club is a question best left for Rhodes scholars. The Cubs blew...
The Tribune's White Sox beat writer answers reader questions throughout the season. This week, the futures of Paul Konerko and Josh Fields and the similarities between this year's squad and 2005. Ryan Braun was atrocious at third, so they moved him to...
Tags: Paul Konerko, Tennis, Josh Fields, Alexei Ramirez, Jerry Owens
Tribune reporterRemember last September when Alfonso Soriano almost single-handedly pushed the Cubs into the playoffs? Maybe he's starting a month earlier this season. In his last 10 games, Soriano is hitting .419 with five homers, 12 runs scored and 11 driven in. Oh,...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs entered September in first place for the first time since 1989—a year when all of manager Don Zimmer's off-the-wall moves seemed to work. Lou Piniella is no "Popeye" when it comes to making decisions with his gut instead of his head, but...
Tribune staff reporterIt probably won't pass muster with Cubs management, and it's not as family-friendly as "Don't Stop Believing," the theme song adopted by the 2005 White Sox. But when the old-school rap song "Insane in the Membrane" blared over the Cubs' clubhouse...
Tribune staff reportersWhile manager Dusty Baker and most Cubs players interviewed had no problem with A.J. Pierzynski's collision with Michael Barrett, rookie left-hander Rich Hill called it "gutless" and "pathetic." "I think it was pretty gutless on their part--him hitting...
The Tribune's White Sox beat writer answers reader questions throughout the season. This week, finishing better than the Cubs, hiring Steve Stone permanently and a whole bunch about the farm system. Mark, I hate myself for even considering this, but a...
Tags: Nick Masset, Juan Uribe, Chicago Cubs, Cal Ripken, Josh Fields
Tribune staff reporterGeovany Soto wasn't pretending to be the little train as he chugged around the bases at breakneck speed Monday night at Minute Maid Park. In fact, after the Cubs' 7-2 victory over Houston, Soto admitted the only thought racing through his head was "I...
Tribune reporterThe clock on top of the venerable Wrigley Field scoreboard read 8:06 p.m. Monday when tornado sirens began to wail in the darkness. Action between the Cubs and Astros had been suspended already for nearly a half-hour. Then, minutes after the sirens...
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