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Tribune reporterBrewers manager Ned Yost was asked before Tuesday night's game whether the Cubs would get a huge psychological lift if they beat Ben Sheets after handling CC Sabathia on Monday. "Psychological lifts evaporate about the first of August," Yost replied....
Tribune staff reporterAfter dominating major-league hitters in April, Rich Hill's downward spiral continued Tuesday night at Petco Park. San Diego pounded four home runs off Hill while cruising to a 5-1 victory as the Cubs started their West Coast swing on a sour note....
Chicago Tribune reporterKerry Wood knew there were only a few things that could happen Tuesday night when he faced Milwaukee slugger Prince Fielder with a one-run lead in the ninth, the tying run on third and two men out. Fielder already had hit two home runs, including one off...
Tribune reporterAfter winning eight of their first nine games without Alfonso Soriano in the lineup, the idea that Soriano's absence was beneficial to the Cubs gained acceptability in some quarters. "Listen, if we hadn't been winning, they'd say, 'Boy, these guys really...
Tribune staff reporterGreg Maddux was minding his own business in the Padres' dugout a couple of hours before Sunday's game when he saw Cubs manager Lou Piniella motioning to him from behind the batting cage. "Why don't you go inside and get a rubdown instead of watching...
Tribune reporterWith the Cubs in the middle of their annual May malaise, it was left to Carlos Zambrano to right the ship Tuesday night at Great American Ball Park. Zambrano did exactly what Lou Piniella needed him to do, throwing eight shutout innings to lead the...
Tags: Wrigley Field, Carlos Zambrano, Felix Pie, Ronny Cedeno, Sports
Tribune reporterThe Cubs will have a chance to knock Milwaukee out of the playoffs in Sunday's regular-season finale at Miller Park, or they can grease the skids for the Brewers to get in. After Ted Lilly pitched six no-hit innings Saturday in the Cubs' 7-3 victory,...
Tags: Kosuke Fukudome, Death, Ronny Cedeno, National League, Sports
Tribune staff reporterErnie Banks was at Wrigley Field on Friday, but his trademark "Let's play two today" would have been a bad joke. The Cubs are having a hard enough time getting through one, as they proved with a 3½-hour, sleep-inducing, boo-producing 10-5 loss to the...
Tribune staff reporterIn a display of offensive ineptitude that has grown in stunning proportions over the last week, the Cubs lost their fifth straight game Saturday night by going 0-for-13 with runners in scoring position in a 2-1, 10-inning loss to San Diego. Rob Bowen's...
Paul Sullivan answers (almost) all your questions about the future of the Cubs, in a special, Dusty-free edition of Ask Paul. Paul, if Jim Hendry does wise up and begins the fire sale, what teams might we expect him to deal with and can we expect players...
Tags: Baseball, Wrigley Field, Football, Boston Red Sox, Ozzie Guillen
Tribune staff reporterGreg Maddux looked bruised, battered and bewildered Monday night at Petco Park, where the Cubs extended their losing streak to seven games in an 8-3 loss to the Padres. Maddux lost his second straight start on the West Coast swing, lasting only 3 2/3...
Times Staff WriterThe Dodgers might remember this evening forever. They would not let go of the National League West lead, and their fans would not let go of them. After a ninth inning that ranged beyond improbable and near impossible, in which the Dodgers tied the...
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