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After consulting with his new personal astrologer, Paul Sullivan returns to answer all your questions about the Cubs, their uniforms, their ballpark, their fans, and their brand new set-up man. With the Cubs team getting progressively worse over the...
Tribune staff reporterGreg Maddux looked bruised, battered and bewildered Monday night at Petco Park, where the Cubs extended their losing streak to seven games in an 8-3 loss to the Padres. Maddux lost his second straight start on the West Coast swing, lasting only 3 2/3...
Tribune staff reporterBrewers left-hander Doug Davis hardly has been mentioned with the game's elite pitchers. Tuesday night, however, Davis pitched as if he belongs with those stars. Just ask the Cubs. Davis (11-10) pitched the Brewers into third place ahead of the Cubs...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs sank to a new low Monday night at Wrigley Field when they dropped into fifth place in the National League Central with a 9-6 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Despite four solo home runs, including a pair by Jeromy Burnitz, the Cubs fell a half-...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs have too many veterans on their roster to start an old-fashioned youth movement, yet the future of the franchise was on full display Thursday during a doubleheader split with Arizona. After rookie Carlos Marmol imploded in the first inning of...
Tribune staff reporterIn the 11 months since his last major-league victory, Mark Prior endured trade rumors, pharyngitis, a strained shoulder, a lawsuit, whispers about his mental toughness, food poisoning, a strained oblique muscle, hand cramps and a 10-game winless streak....
Tribune staff reporterThe baseball gods (finally) smiled down on the Cubs. And the sky, literally, shook with thunder and flashed with lightning at the magnitude of the event. The Cubs had won a game at Wrigley Field. And 40,072 fans stood in amazement. Yes, the gods were...
Tags: Tony Womack, Kerry Wood, Wrigley Field, Derrek Lee, Chicago Cubs
Tribune staff reporterAfter hitting the game-winning, three-run home run against the Florida Marlins on Monday night at Wrigley Field, Jacque Jones unleashed some pent-up anger over the rough treatment he has received in his first month as a Cub. "I'm angry right now, you...
Tribune staff reporterJust before the ninth inning Wednesday, a fan in the premium box seats at Wrigley Field sailed a paper airplane into the Cubs' dugout, nearly hitting manager Dusty Baker as he stood near the top step. Baker was oblivious to the airplane as he watched the...
Tags: Matt Herges, Juan Pierre, Angel Guzman, Chicago Cubs, John Mabry
Tribune staff reporterAs the St. Louis Cardinals tried to thaw out after their 5-1 loss to the Cubs in Friday's frigid Wrigley Field season opener, they discovered the hot water in their showers had run out after about five minutes. That's the kind of inconvenience that leads...
Tribune staff reporterIn the blink of an eye, teams like the Carolina Hurricanes and Miami Heat bring championships to cities that had few professional teams only a decade or two ago. Meanwhile, generation after generation of Cubs and Cleveland Indians fans continue to wait...
Tags: Phil Nevin, Miami Heat, Juan Pierre, Chicago Cubs, Henry Blanco
Tribune staff reporterMost of the Cubs weren't born when Willie Smith hit his game-winning home run on Opening Day of the 1969 season, and neither were many of the fans in the newly renovated bleachers on Saturday afternoon at Wrigley Field. But just as Smith's two-run shot...
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