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Tribune staff reporterSympathy can wait. The White Sox moved one game closer to winning their first American League Division Series on Wednesday night thanks to their ability to seize the moment. Their comeback was fueled when former teammate Tony Graffanino missed a...
Tags: World Series, All Stars, Joe Crede, Jermaine Dye, Freddy Garcia
Tribune staff reporterSo this is the way it was supposed to be all along? Jermaine Dye hitting homers and starting rallies, Josh Fields showing major-league potential with another power display, Javier Vazquez almost dominating and Bobby Jenks unhittable. It obviously has...
Tribune staff reporterLou Piniella is so conditioned to hearing the same questions after a Cubs' defeat that he begins answering them before they are asked. So after the Cubs botched several scoring opportunities Wednesday night in a 2-1 loss to San Diego, Piniella knew...
WatchdogYES' "CenterStage" episode featuring the always interesting Paul Simon debuts after Wednesday night's Yankees postgame show. Clips available here. Speaking of YES, there was an amusing exchange during Monday's game between Ken Singleton and David Cone, in...
Tags: Paul O'Neill, David Cone, Paul Simon
Tribune staff reporterOn his first day at spring training, Greg Maddux had to answer questions about whether this could be his final season. After improving to 3-0 Monday night with a brilliant outing in the Cubs' 4-1 win over the Dodgers, the question may now be whether...
E-Boland and the BombersThat was the primary theme in the clubhouse after today's 3-2 victory over the Twins. Finding a way after trailing late. It was the Yankees 14th comeback victory this season. Joe Girardi said Tony Pena "called" Johnny Damon's home run......
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterSAN DIEGO -- Forget the perfect game, the three All-Star teams, the two World Series championships and the 236 career victories. Mention the name David Wells to Buck Martinez and it conjures memories of a meaningless midseason exhibition game in 1986,...
Tags: Chris Farley, John Candy, History, Baseball, Hank Aaron
Ask Paul returns from a brief sojourn to the Wisconsin Dells to address all Cub-related issues, including Geo's playing time, the blue road jerseys, Barry Bonds in center, the Winter Classic at Wrigley, and the long-awaited start of the Samardzija era....
Tribune staff reporterTheories abound as to why the Cubs suddenly have begun to play like a true contender in the National League. Was it the Zambrano-Barrett fight? Lou's tirade? Ted Lilly's plunking of Edgar Renteria? Everyone seems to have an answer, but few have...
Thirty years after he became a fugitive to avoid a prison sentence for having sex with a teenager, Academy Award-winning director Roman Polanski asked a judge Tuesday to dismiss the case. In the motion filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court,...
Tribune staff reporterIt hasn't exactly been one of those feel-good seasons for the White Sox, especially at U.S. Cellular Field. But even with an offense in slumber, they have four reasons to see a bright start to this six-game homestand: Jon Garland, Mark Buehrle, Javier...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe first sign came after Hiroki Kuroda had retired the Atlanta Braves in order in the seventh inning. With the Dodgers pitcher only six outs from a perfect game Monday night at Dodger Stadium, the fans realized the potential significance of what was...
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