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Tribune staff reporterRonny Cedeno learned a valuable lesson Monday night after coming up with a clutch two-out hit to help the Cubs beat the New York Mets at Wrigley Field. Don't mention anything about the World Series in April, at least if you're a Cub. Cedeno's grand slam...
Tags: Tennis, Jim Marshall, World Series, Ted Lilly, New York Mets
Tribune reporterBaseball works in mysterious, misunderstood ways, especially when it comes to the mythology that has become the Cubs. Bedraggled as a team after a 2-6 trip and with their highest-paid player booed with a .188 batting average, the Cubs have just...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Milwaukee second baseman Rickie Weeks barreled into Cubs catcher Geovany Soto during the first inning of Thursday's game, the Brewers looked to be sending a message to their big-city rivals. Perhaps they should have sent a Candygram. The bang-...
Tags: Geovany Soto, Aramis Ramirez, Sports, Baseball, Chicago Cubs
Tribune reporterRemember last September when Alfonso Soriano almost single-handedly pushed the Cubs into the playoffs? Maybe he's starting a month earlier this season. In his last 10 games, Soriano is hitting .419 with five homers, 12 runs scored and 11 driven in. Oh,...
Tribune staff reporterOnce upon a time they were natural-born enemies in the Cubs-Cardinals rivalry, a couple of strong-headed personalities who epitomized the character of their respective organizations. But Carlos Zambrano and Jim Edmonds shared center stage for the Cubs on...
Tribune staff reporterUnlike some of his predecessors, Cubs manager Lou Piniella doesn't seem to care much about the rivalry with the White Sox. So after the Cubs came back to beat the Sox 6-3 on Friday in the first game of the opening round of the City Series, Piniella...
Tribune staff reporterOn a peculiar Saturday in Philadelphia, the Cubs had two runners thrown out at the plate, stranded eight on base, looked clueless on a suicide-squeeze play and gave up six two-out runs in the seventh after scoring six in the top of the inning. The end...
Tribune staff reporterWelcome to Wrigley Field. Besides pulling what seems to be their daily dose of daffy diversion for the home folks, the Cubs finally mixed in a victory. Yes, those were the Cubs coming back from a four-run deficit Friday for a 6-4 victory over the...
Tribune staff reporterIt's starting to feel like déjà vu for Aramis Ramirez, one of the few Cubs who were around during the 2003 and '04 seasons, when every game felt like a playoff game at Wrigley Field. Ramirez's two-out, two-run double in the eighth inning Monday night...
Tags: Barry Bonds, Crimes, Ryan Theriot, Rich Hill, Carlos Zambrano
Tribune staff reporterWhen Kosuke Fukudome hit a three-run homer off Milwaukee closer Eric Gagne to tie the season opener in the bottom of the ninth inning Monday, fans all over Wrigley Field held up professionally made signs with English words on one side and Japanese on...
Tribune staff reporterLou Piniella was only a few syllables away from naming Ryan Dempster as his Game 1 starter in the playoffs Wednesday after the Cubs 9-6, 10-inning victory over New York at Shea Stadium. Another clunker from Carlos Zambrano, combined with Dempster's 14-...
Tribune reporterAfter Ryan Dempster loaded the bases with a one-run lead and one out in the sixth inning of Monday's game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, a quick glance over his right shoulder revealed no one was warming up in the bullpen. While Dempster had already...
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