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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...
Tribune reporterHouston left fielder Carlos Lee has made a pretty good living as a Cubs killer, dating all the way back to his days on the South Side. And after being held to two singles and one RBI in the first two games of the series, Lee finally broke out Wednesday...
Tribune staff reporterDuring a recent interview for Bob Costas' HBO show, Lou Piniella bemoaned the fact that Cubs fans go through wild mood swings during the course of the season. They feel as if they're going to the World Series if the Cubs win as few as five games in a...
Tribune staff reporterThe first day of their Alfonso-free period didn't go smoothly for the Cubs, who failed to mount any offense Monday in a 2-1, 10-inning loss to the Astros. Eric Munson's two-out RBI single off Michael Wuertz won it as the Cubs struck out 13 times to tie...
Baltimoresun.com staffHere's a roundup of what the national media are saying about the Orioles: Updated July 1 • John Donovan of SI.com empties out his mailbag and answers this question regarding Dave Trembley's chances at Manager of the Year honors. Is it too soon...
With the World Baseball Classic kicking off on March 5th it is time to get ready for some baseball. I think the WBC is a good idea with a horrible plan. Don't play it in March when guys are trying to build up arm strength and work on timing. That...
Tribune staff reporterThe Big Bang bunch is back at U.S. Cellular Field, which is good for the fireworks crowd but not so good for a team that was supposed to win with small ball. The all-or-nothing approach was supposed to have been sent packing along with Carlos Lee and...
Tribune staff reporterBefore his return to Wrigley Field on Monday, Derrek Lee said he received a letter from a fan offering to hypnotize him while he rehabbed his broken right wrist. "They said I'd be back in a week," Lee said. "I probably should've tried it. It might've...
Tags: Greg Maddux, Jacque Jones, Aramis Ramirez, Phil Nevin, Sports
Special to the TribuneThe Cubs got beat up in the process of getting beat on by the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday. And they just plain got beat, 10-6. The pain from the score was bad enough, but Aramis Ramirez could miss all or part of this weekend's series against first-...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox returned home Thursday with a four-game winning streak and a tailwind of relief. The relaxation came from an offense that bailed out Jon Garland with a relentless attack to hold off the Tigers 13-9 and cap a three-game sweep at Comerica...
Tags: Jermaine Dye, Ozzie Guillen, Jim Thome, Texas, Comerica Inc.
Tribune staff reporterThe two Cubs starters bear absolutely no physical resemblance to each other, but Sergio Mitre's impersonation of a young Greg Maddux is getting more impressive with every outing. The 24-year-old right-hander tossed his first career shutout Tuesday in the...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Alex Rodriguez first was said to be available three years ago, the Cubs privately discussed bringing him from Texas to Wrigley Field. It turned out to be all whispers and no action. Rodriguez still had $179 million and seven years remaining on his...
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