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GUSTAVO ARELLANO is a staff writer for the OC Weekly, where he writes the "ĦAsk a Mexican!" column.THOUGH STEVE LYOns probably doesn't think so right now, sometimes it pays to insult Latinos. Take, for instance, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's description of Assemblywoman Bonnie Garcia (R-Cathedral City) as "very hot," followed by this ramble: "I mean,...
In 1959 Mayor Richard J. Daley switched on the city's civil defense air-raid sirens when the White Sox clinched the pennant, sending Russian-fearing non-baseball fans into a frenzy. The Sox, up three games to one over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in...
Tribune staff reporterAfter crashing against the right-field fence to make a game-ending catch Friday, Jermaine Dye took a look at it on the U.S. Cellular Field replay screen. For Dye and the White Sox, this was the perfect punctuation mark to their transformation after...
Tags: Baseball, Tennis, Jermaine Dye, Scott Eyre, Chicago Cubs
Tribune reporterAbout an hour before Game 2 of the City Series, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen was telling Cubs Chairman Crane Kenney about all the rats he has seen at Wrigley Field over the years. Kenney politely listened to Guillen's rant before offering a...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs have Aramis Ramirez's walk-off home runs choreographed now, with each player knowing exactly where he needs to stand in the receiving line and how hard he needs to slap Ramirez's helmet when he jumps on home plate. They got another chance to...
Tags: Tampa, Ted Lilly, Aramis Ramirez, Bob Howry, Chicago Cubs
Tribune reporterThe Cubs put the White Sox on the defensive in two key situations Saturday, and both times the Sox responded in dramatic style. After barely fouling off an 0-2 pitch with a feeble swing, Carlos Quentin whacked a high-and-outside fastball from Carlos...
Tribune staff reporterAfter receiving plenty of nasty e-mails a week ago, manager Ozzie Guillen had a pretty good feeling about the state of White Sox fans Sunday night. "It will be a different Monday in Chicago," Guillen said after the Sox exacted revenge with a 5-1...
Chicago Tribune reporterThe Cubs brought a heavy hitter to Wrigley Field on Wednesday afternoon, asking the Rev. James L. Greanias, a Greek Orthodox priest from St. Iakovos Church in Valparaiso, Ind., to spread holy water around the dugout to remove an alleged curse that has...
The longer he goes without getting the call from the Hall of Fame, the easier it is for Ron Santo to rebound. The former Cubs third baseman led the balloting by the Veterans Committee but still fell nine shy of gaining the necessary 75 percent of the...
Tags: Baseball, Bill Mazeroski, Chicago Cubs, Ron Santo, Elections
Tribune staff reporterRon Santo's heart was broken again Tuesday when he was denied entrance into the Baseball Hall of Fame, leaving the former Cubs icon to wonder whether his day ever will come. The nine-time All-Star learned Tuesday morning the Veterans Committee again...
Tribune staff reporterWhen you're victory-poor, like the Cubs of last season, you gladly accept a handout here and there. But with riches comes greed, the need to grab more and more. Which brings us to the Cubs of this season, who have discovered the wealth of four...
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