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It's come to this. Here's the deal: A White Sox victory today clinches the American League Central. If the Sox lose today, they can still clinch the division, if the Indians lose tonight. After that it gets confusing. Let's just say the only way the Sox...
Tribune staff reporterPaul Konerko thought the curtain call that followed his third-inning home run Tuesday was something special. But "after seven curtain calls, it was no big deal," Konerko said after the White Sox gave a zealous sellout crowd of 40,717 a wide spectrum of...
Tags: Manny Ramirez, Sports, Paul Konerko, Edgar Renteria, Juan Uribe
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...
Tribune staff reporterLou Piniella had what's often referred to as a "senior moment" after his Cubs knocked off the Rockies 5-4 on Saturday for their sixth straight win on the homestand. "I don't even know how we scored our runs," Piniella said. "I don't remember. … But...
Tribune reporterAfter making the long and winding trek from the visitors' clubhouse to the dugout late Tuesday afternoon, Baltimore third baseman Melvin Mora looked out at Wrigley Field and let out a big sigh. "It's already 1-0, Cubs," Mora said with a straight face,...
Tags: Henry Blanco, Sports, Nick Markakis, Geovany Soto, Sean Marshall
Tribune staff reporterLou Piniella was complaining the other day about the Cubs' penchant for playing well one day and looking helpless the next. "You can't have these hills and valleys we're in," he said. But one night after a 10-run outburst, the Cubs were limited to two...
Tribune staff reporterOn a Sunday when Carlos Zambrano took himself out after five innings, when Geovany Soto pretended he was talking during an unusual mound visit and when Chad Gaudin received his Wrigley Field baptism by being booed off the mound, Reed Johnson arrived...
Tribune reporterCarlos Zambrano will fly to Chicago on Thursday to have his right shoulder examined after leaving Wednesday night's game in the seventh inning with shoulder discomfort. As Zambrano left the field during the 5-4 loss to Tampa Bay, the Cubs' season flashed...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs and Dodgers have played each other 2,024 times since their first game in Brooklyn in 1890, splitting the all-time series 1,012-1,012. And they'll face each other for the first time in the postseason beginning Wednesday at Wrigley Field. They'...
Tribune staff reporterImagine the consternation in the Milwaukee clubhouse Thursday when word got around that the Cubs were starting a bunch of backups and call-ups in their game against the New York Mets. Micah who? Koyie who? Were the Cubs trying to give the Mets a leg...
Tribune reporterOn their first day without Alfonso Soriano, their $136 million left fielder, the Cubs won a game with two players they will pay about $600,000—combined—this season. Waiver-wire pickups Jim Edmonds and Reed Johnson drove in all the Cubs'...
Tags: Sports, WGN, Aramis Ramirez, Jim Edmonds, Chicago White Sox
Tribune staff reporterRich Hill hit a speed bump for the first time this season as the Cubs crashed at Citizens Bank Park. Struggling slugger Pat Burrell hit two home runs off Hill (4-2) and tied a career high with five RBIs in the Phillies' 7-2 victory over the Cubs. Hill's...
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