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Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker is renowned as a manager who always has his players' backs. But when a team makes as many glaring mistakes as the Cubs did Sunday, even Baker has a difficult time biting his lip. After an 11-1 loss to Florida, which featured two misguided...
Tags: Alex Gonzalez, Miami Marlins, Moises Alou, Todd Walker, Death
Nomar Garciaparra, who didn't get into any spring training games because of pain in his right wrist, was placed on the 15-day disabled list by Boston. Saturday's move is retroactive to March 22, meaning Garciaparra could be activated next Saturday, but...
Tribune staff reporterNomar Garciaparra was all smiles before Wednesday night's game in Busch Stadium, seemingly relaxed and happy in spite of a rough start to his 2005 season. But Garciaparra's season hit a low point in the Cubs' 3-1 victory over St. Louis when he...
Associated PressAramis Ramirez hit a two-run homer and five Cubs pitchers held Oakland to four hits in a 2-1 victory over the Athletics on Thursday. After Joe Blanton hit Nomar Garciaparra on the hand with a pitch in the fourth inning, Ramirez homered over the left-...
Tribune staff reporterThe names on the backs of their uniforms have been removed and a few of the faces have changed, but the Cubs' collapse in their home opener Friday was eerily similar to the final week of the 2004 season. Kerry Wood's gutsy performance went to waste,...
The 2003 salaries for the 827 major league baseball players on opening day rosters and disabled lists. Figures were obtained by The Associated Press from management and player sources and include salaries and pro-rated shares of signing bonuses and...
Tags: Wade Miller, Ben Sheets, Craig Paquette, Lou Merloni, Mark Grace
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs began the season with a balanced lineup that included seven position players who have had at least one season with 15 or more home runs. But with Nomar Garciaparra and Todd Walker out indefinitely and Michael Barrett on the bench, the lineup the...
Tribune staff reporterThe memory banks can be hazy sometimes when it comes to recalling Cubs history. Many still believe the Cubs first started to take off last year as soon as Kenny Lofton and Aramis Ramirez arrived in a late July deal with Pittsburgh. But that's not...
Times Staff WriterVideo games are by definition fast-paced and exciting, perfect for those with short attention spans. America's pastime, baseball, is intrinsically slow and methodical. Pitcher throws the ball, batter swings, fielder throws back to the pitcher. So how...
Tribune staff reporterWhether he was mentally or physically tired at the end of 2003 is pure conjecture, but there's little doubt Carlos Zambrano ran out of gas during the final month of the season. Zambrano compiled a 4.41 earned-run average last September, then blew a four-...
Tribune staff reporterThe Barry Bonds shift backfired on the Cubs Sunday night at SBC Park, even though the Giants slugger drove in no runs and finished with only one harmless single. A defensive lapse by Aramis Ramirez on the Bonds shift led to a gift run in the seventh...
Tribune staff reporterWith the White Sox residing in first place and the hiring of Ozzie Guillen as manager hailed as a major reason for it, Sox general manager Ken Williams has good reason to smile when he comes to Wrigley Field on Friday for the resumption of the city...
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