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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 reporterSeven weeks of spring training was not long enough for manager Lou Piniella to make any snap judgments about his team. But after the Cubs blew a late lead Thursday in a 5-2 loss to Cincinnati, he has a better indication of what things he has to watch...
Tags: Jeff Conine, Chicago Cubs, Jason Marquis, Bob Howry, Scott Eyre
What's the Curse of the Billy Goat? It started during the 1945 World Series, which pitted the Cubs against the Detroit Tigers. The Cubs refused to let Billy Goat Tavern owner William Sianis bring his lucky goat inside Wrigley Field for Game 4. An angry...
Tags: Homes, Hack Wilson, Getaway Travel, Derrek Lee, Ernie Banks
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs still are tied for first place in the National League Central, despite themselves, thanks to the New York Mets. And guess who comes into Wrigley Field for a three-game series starting Friday? Those same Mets who helped the Cubs climb into first...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs and the White Sox emptied their holsters Saturday as if they were battling for a playoff spot on the last day of the season. And Cubs manager Lou Piniella hit the bull's-eye at the right time. Ryan Theriot's squeeze bunt scored pinch-runner...
Tribune staff reporterAs the Cubs' modified youth movement continues to march forward, an old veteran said he's letting the kids know he's here only for a cameo. "I told Angel Pagan and Matt Murton, 'I'm just keeping a spot warm for you,'" right-fielder Cliff Floyd said...
In a stretch-run edition of Ask Paul, our man in Houston answers his own questions about Sweet Lou's fuse, Big Z's soft music therapy, Scott Eyre's scoreboard watching, and other relevant issues. Paul, why are you answering your own questions?...
Tribune staff reporterDipping into the Cubs bullpen is literally like picking your poison. No matter which way manager Lou Piniella goes, it somehow come back to bite him. The Los Angeles Dodgers bounced back from a three-run eighth-inning deficit Friday night, scoring...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs got back to the business of baseball Tuesday night after a brief interruption for the clean-up from Hurricane Z. One day after Carlos Zambrano's sharp postgame criticism of Cubs fans, Steve Trachsel reintroduced himself to the semi-friendly...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Mike Fontenot, Daryle Ward, Kerry Wood, Felix Pie
Baltimoresun.com staffHere's a roundup of what the national media are saying about the Orioles: Updated July 22 • Joe Sheehan from BaseballProspectus.com says the Orioles have exceeded expectations so far this season, but will still find themselves in the basement of...
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 reporterBefore every Cubs game, reliever Will Ohman helps broadcaster Len Kasper pick a "word of the day" that Kasper can use during the telecast. But after Ohman gave up the go-ahead home run to designated hitter Hideki Matsui on Friday night in a 9-6 loss to...
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