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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 reporterThe Cubs solved their bullpen dilemma for one night at least, letting Carlos Zambrano stay in a lopsided game. In what manager Lou Piniella called Zambrano's best game of the year, the right-hander pitched eight innings Tuesday night in a 10-1 victory...
Ask Paul returns to address the glut of outfielders, the Theriot dilemma, Lou's press conferences and other extremely relevant issues: Against the Nationals, I noticed whenever a Cub got a hit they would look toward the dugout and do a pointing/wagging...
Tribune staff reporterReds starter Aaron Harang hung the Cubs out to dry Tuesday night at Wrigley Field, while the Astros did the Cubs no favors by putting a couple of rookies into their rotation for their series with the Brewers. While Harang limited the Cubs to two runs...
Tags: Roy Oswalt, David Weathers, Houston Astros, Death, Wrigley Field
Tribune staff reporterDuring a just-completed 10-game homestand, the Cubs not only won seven games and stayed in the National League Central race, they moved above .500 at Wrigley Field. Yet they lost the last two games to Arizona while scoring just two runs, including...
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 reporterThe Cubs finished a 4-1 trip Wednesday with a sweep of Pittsburgh in a quasi-doubleheader that took nearly 24 hours. First they held on to beat the Pirates 8-6 to complete Tuesday night's suspended game. Then Jason Marquis shut down Pittsburgh 7-1 in the...
Tags: Crimes, Death, Wrigley Field, Piracy, Lou Piniella
Tribune staff reporterRyan Dempster suffered another ninth-inning meltdown against the New York Mets on an otherwise perfect afternoon at Wrigley Field, conjuring up memories of his previous collapse May 17 at Shea Stadium. The Mets scored four runs in the ninth inning off...
Tribune staff reporterAfter another wild afternoon at Wrigley Field, Lou Piniella was begging and pleading for calm. "Let's not get crazy," Piniella said. "There's a long season ahead." That very well may be true, but after Aramis Ramirez's two-out, two-run, ninth-inning...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs narrowly escaped a Barry Bonds barrage Thursday, watching the Giants' star do a star turn before an appreciative crowd of 40,198 at Wrigley Field. Bonds hit two home runs into a 14-m.p.h wind to pull within two of Hank Aaron's all-time record of...
Tribune staff reporterAfter having some trouble sleeping since he returned home to Chicago, Cliff Floyd found the perfect sleep aid on a chilly Wednesday afternoon at Wrigley Field. Floyd knocked out four hits and drove in two runs in the Cubs' 9-3 victory over Milwaukee that...
Tribune staff reporterThe bad news: The Cubs lost to Arizona 3-2 Saturday. The good news: The Cubs haven't lost two games in a row in more than a month. The Cubs have been winning so much lately—19 of their last 25—that losing one seemed strange. "It is, but it'...
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