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Tribune staff reporterCarlos Zambrano wants to turn back the clock and start over. Forget about the slugout in the dugout with Michael Barrett. Start the ERA at 0.00 again. Put the contract hassles, the velocity issues and the media boycotts in the rearview mirror once and...
Tribune critic"Bedtime Stories" is clean enough to fly the Walt Disney Pictures flag, yet it's full of bimbos and cleavage and shots of Adam Sandler getting kicked in the shins by a dwarf. In between little-person attacks, our Everyman character suffers the merciless...
Tribune staff reporterDerrek Lee isn't thinking about it, and no one is saying he can keep it up the entire season. But after the first two months of 2005, Lee was the National League leader in batting average, home runs and RBIs, putting him on an early pace to become the...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs were the equivalent of an extra-strength sleeping aid for bleary-eyed TV viewers Friday night, stretching their consecutive scoreless innings streak to 25 in a 1-0, 11-inning loss to San Diego. "If you play baseball long enough, you expect to...
Tribune staff reporterOne day after Mark Prior was hit on his right elbow by a line drive, a Chicago sports-radio station repeatedly played "Taps" to mourn the demise of the Cubs' season. But after the Cubs extended their winning streak to seven Thursday night, 5-0 over San...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, San Diego Padres, Derrek Lee, Glendon Rusch, Death
Tribune staff reporterWhen Aramis Ramirez was taking some cuts in the on-deck circle before the start of the seventh inning Thursday at Miller Park, he nearly was run over by one of the participants in the Sausage Race. While Ramirez did not suffer an injury, a poor...
Tribune staff reporterSome days you lose, and then there are days like the Cubs had Tuesday at Wrigley Field. Oh, they lost all right, 9-2 to the Reds. You might even say they were blown away, given Cincinnati's six home runs on the first day when the Wrigley Field flags were...
Tribune staff reporterThe last day the White Sox shared a piece of first place in the American League Central, catcher A.J. Pierzynski was punched by Cubs counterpart Michael Barrett. But that blow paled in comparison with the manner in which they were eliminated from the...
Tags: Jon Garland, Ozzie Guillen, Casey Blake, World Series, Jim Thome
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs-Dodgers rivalry is one of the most evenly matched in baseball history, dating back to their first meeting in Brooklyn in 1890. Heading into Tuesday night's game at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers had won 1,003 games in the 116-year-old series to 1,...
Tribune staff reporterIn the last two seasons, no thanks to the schedule-makers, by the time the Cubs and Cardinals got around to the serious stuff, the season was over. After a brief encounter in late April last year, the Cubs and Cards met for a real showdown in late July ....
Tribune staff reporterIf Cubs right-hander Angel Guzman turned the corner last week, he did a U-turn Monday night at PNC Park. Guzman allowed eight runs on 10 hits in three innings of an 11-6 loss to Pittsburgh, forcing manager Dusty Baker to dip into his bullpen early again....
Tribune staff reporterA lingering storm delayed Greg Maddux's quest for his 3,000th strikeout for nearly three hours Tuesday night at Wrigley Field, but the inevitability of the milestone made thousands of fans wait patiently for a chance to witness a little history. After...
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