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Tribune staff reporterThe idea in May was for Ryan Dempster to mentor Carlos Marmol on the art of closing so Dempster one day could move back into the rotation. But that was another lifetime ago in Wrigleyville, and after Marmol turned in another dominant outing Thursday...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs have accomplished nothing yet, and manager Lou Piniella felt compelled to remind everyone of that Sunday afternoon. But an 8-0 shutout of Pittsburgh, combined with another blown game by Milwaukee, handed the Cubs their largest lead of the...
Tribune staff reporterWhile the clock was ticking down on the trading deadline Tuesday afternoon, Lou Piniella was in his office with his shirt off. Baseball was not exactly on Piniella's mind. "I got a massage the last hour before the trading deadline," the Cubs manager...
Tags: Carlos Marmol, Pat Burrell, Will Ohman, Jacque Jones, Adam Eaton
Tribune staff reporterIn a move as rare as a Bigfoot sighting, Lou Piniella started the exact same lineup on Friday night that he used in Thursday's romp over Colorado. "It worked well [Thursday], so no need changing it," Piniella said before the game. "The team showed some...
Tribune staff reporterLou Piniella was tinkering with his office computer Thursday at Petco Park, trying to find some solutions to his team's vexing problems. But after discussing the lack of a consistent offense in depth before Thursday night's game, Piniella finally grew...
Tribune staff reporterCubs manager Lou Piniella and former Tampa Bay prospect Josh Hamilton exchanged pleasantries before Wednesday night's game at Wrigley Field. Several hours later, Hamilton was busy ruining Piniella's night. Hamilton's tie-breaking two-run pinch homer off...
Tribune staff reporterBy the time the Cubs' "afternoon" game was finished, the Brewers already had a 3-0 lead over Cincinnati in their night game a few miles north. But it didn't matter, for another day at least, what the Brewers did, because the Cubs went home Saturday...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs wasted a chance to end their first half with a flourish, playing as though they were more interested in making their flight connections than putting a dent into Milwaukee's division lead. The end result was a 6-2 loss to Pittsburgh that left...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs are looking for a summer rerun of 2007, when they started off the second half with seven victories in their first eight games en route to a National League Central title. Starter Ted Lilly did enough to get the Cubs off on the right foot...
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 reporterAfter their dismal April, who would have thought the Cubs would be a game over .500 -- and only 4 1/2 games behind the Brewers in the National League Central standings -- at the All-Star break? A lot has happened since the Cubs opened their season with...
Tags: Bars and Clubs, Will Ohman, Veterans Affairs, Baseball, Sports
Tribune staff reporterWhat may go down as one of the wildest months in Cubs history is about to end with a bang as Milwaukee comes to town Friday for the most important series of the season. Manager Lou Piniella's dirt-kicking tirade, Carlos Zambrano's fight with Michael...
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