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Tribune staff reporterYou could sense it coming, like an agitated volcano just waiting to blow built-up steam and lava. The eruption of Lou Piniella came after his ninth game as manager of the Cubs, not on the field or in the locker room but during his postgame media...
Tribune staff reporterAfter Pirates left-hander Paul Maholm shut down the Cubs' offense Friday night for an 8-4 victory, manager Lou Piniella repeated his call for another right-handed hitter. "We talked about it before the ballgame," he said. "We need another right-handed...
Tags: Jake Fox, Baseball, Ryan Theriot, Alfonso Soriano, Matt Murton
Tribune reporterThe winds of change swept through Wrigley Field after the 2006 season when Lou Piniella replaced Dusty Baker as Cubs manager. And though Piniella has no control over the wind trends at Wrigley, the difference in how his Cubs teams have performed with the...
Tribune reporterWith the Cubs in the middle of their annual May malaise, it was left to Carlos Zambrano to right the ship Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park. Zambrano did exactly what Lou Piniella needed him to do, throwing eight shutout innings to lead the...
Tribune staff reporterIt was a very rare scene in the Cubs' clubhouse Saturday: Quiet. Usually the stereo is blaring and players are jabbering at each other. But here it was eerily subdued, because the Cubs (gasp) lost a home game. It doesn't happen very often, just 17 times...
Tribune staff reporterThe brand-spanking-new Nationals Park has just about everything you could ask for in a modern ballpark. There's a Sony Playstation Pavilion, a karaoke station, a Build-a-Bear workshop, a jungle gym and a high-definition, Jumbotron scoreboard that's...
Tribune staff reporterThe more Lou Piniella tries to temper everyone's enthusiasm, the more it seems to backfire on him. After the Cubs beat Philadelphia 5-4 Wednesday night on Brett Myers' bases-loaded wild pitch in the bottom of the ninth inning and moved into a first-place...
Tags: Bob Howry, New York Mets, Baseball, Rich Hill, Ryan Dempster
Tribune reporterThe Cubs will have a chance to knock Milwaukee out of the playoffs in Sunday's regular-season finale at Miller Park, or they can grease the skids for the Brewers to get in. After Ted Lilly pitched six no-hit innings Saturday in the Cubs' 7-3 victory,...
Mariners 5, White Sox 3 at Phoenix, Ariz. Monday, March 2 Mariners at the plate: Reegie Corona drove in two runs with a double in the third, and Ronny Cedeno and Rob Johnson chipped in two hits apiece. One of Johnson's hits was a triple, scoring the...
Tribune staff reporterIt certainly isn't the heights that are making the Cubs giddy all of a sudden. Not considering they are still in the depths of the National League Central, 15 games behind the Cardinals. But completing a four-game sweep of the division leaders with a 6-...
Tribune staff reporterWith Tuesday night's 6-3 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Cubs moved back ahead of Cincinnati into fourth place in the National League Central Division, within one game of Milwaukee for third. So what, you ask? Well, the standings do matter for...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs' rotation goes on trial this weekend at PNC Park with three starters trying to prove they belong there for the long haul. Rookie Sean Marshall made his opening statement Friday night in an 11-6 victory over Pittsburgh, pitching five solid...
Tags: Todd Walker, Bob Howry, Carlos Zambrano, Craig Wilson, Joe Randa
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