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Tribune staff reporterThough St. Louis leadoff man Fernando Vina looks like the odd man out in a lineup full of .300 hitters, appearances can be deceiving. Vina came into this weekend's Cubs-Cardinals series with a .219 average, but he also carried a .342 career mark against...
Tags: Death, Moises Alou, Fernando Vina, Chicago Cubs, Lenny Harris
Tribune staff reporterMark Prior set the tone in the third inning of Wednesday's Cubs-Cardinals game at Wrigley Field, knocking outfielder So Taguchi on his back with a fastball that sailed toward his head. It was almost as if Prior wanted to send a simple message:...
Tags: Kyle Farnsworth, Wrigley Field, Sports, Tennis, Edgar Renteria
Tribune staff reporterIn a strange season where nothing seems to make sense, a huge Cubs' inning Thursday at Wrigley Field made perfect sense to everyone involved. The enigmatic Cubs offense managed to score 10 in the fourth inning of a 12-3 victory over St. Louis, looking...
Tags: Todd Walker, Baseball, Wrigley Field, Sports, New York Giants
Tribune staff reporterKyle Farnsworth had nothing to say Sunday after losing both his control and a ballgame in one fell swoop. There was really nothing for Farnsworth to talk about after walking the bases loaded and serving up a 372-foot, game-winning single to Scott Rolen...
Tribune staff reporterJuan Cruz won his three decisions in 2000 at Class-A Daytona. He went 9-6 at Double-A West Tenn last year and 3-1 after a late-season promotion to the Cubs. He's not used to losing. And certainly not used to being 0-6. "We're all concerned about his...
Tags: Iowa, Chicago Cubs, Sammy Sosa, Fred McGriff, Tino Martinez
Tribune staff reporterCubs closer LaTroy Hawkins went down kicking and screaming Tuesday afternoon after imploding in the ninth inning of a devastating 11-8 loss to St. Louis at Wrigley Field. Manager Dusty Baker and four of his coaches were needed to restrain the enraged...
Tribune staff reporterCubs manager Dusty Baker sneered when Cincinnati players did "the Bounce" after a walk-off victory in June, so watching the St. Louis version on Thursday night probably qualified as cruel and unusual punishment. But he had little choice after Kerry...
Tags: Kenny Lofton, Baseball, Sports, Edgar Renteria, Jim Edmonds
Tribune staff reporterAstros center fielder Craig Biggio smoked a line drive at Greg Maddux in the fourth inning of Wednesday night's game at Minute Maid Park, nearly taking the Cubs pitcher's head off. Maddux not only managed to keep his noggin intact, he also snared the...
Tribune staff reporterMark Buehrle still dwells on his imperfections while maintaining a perfect record, which is perfectly acceptable behavior to the White Sox. Buehrle improved to 4-0 on Wednesday after a 7-2 victory over Cleveland, joining Randy Johnson and Matt Morris...
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