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ChicagoSports.comWhat was worse? Living through the eighth inning of Game 6 of last year's NLCS or the interminable offseason that followed it? If that wasn't the longest sixth months on record, I'm Hee Seop Choi. By now everyone is tired of the talk of baseballs and...
Tribune staff reporterThe fight between Kyle Farnsworth and Paul Wilson lasted only a minute or so Thursday at Great American Ball Park, but it might have ramifications for months to come. The Cubs' reliever scored a first-round knockout of the Reds' starter in the brawl that...
Tribune staff reporterDuring spring training, Hall of Famer Ferguson Jenkins talked to Cubs pitchers about throwing in the windy conditions of Wrigley Field. His message: Take the elements out of your thinking, pitching, managing and every other part of the game. Left-...
Tags: Troy O'Leary, Alex Gonzalez, Paul Bako, Baseball, Chicago Cubs
Tribune staff reporterAn improbable Cubs season comes down to three games at Wrigley Field, where starting pitchers Mark Prior, Matt Clement and Kerry Wood will hold the keys to their postseason dreams. Whether the weekend winds up in heartache or hysteria remains to be seen,...
Tribune staff reporterAfter three games the Cubs lead the National League in only one offensive category—runners left on base. If there were an objective way to measure frustration, they might top the charts in that too. "A couple things in our offense aren't clicking,"...
Tribune staff reporterAramis Ramirez put on a one-man show Thursday night in Cincinnati, moving alongside Ron Santo in the Cubs' record book while keeping the club on San Francisco's heels in perhaps the wildest wild-card playoff race ever. Ramirez went 4-for-5 with three...
Tags: LaTroy Hawkins, Felipe Lopez, Kerry Wood, Chicago Cubs, Sports
Tribune staff reporterAlmost everyone in the Cubs' clubhouse expects the wild-card playoff race to come down to the final game of the season, with Greg Maddux facing his former Atlanta teammates in Wrigley Field with a chance to put the club into the postseason. No one...
Tribune staff reporterEric Karros' directorial debut was put on hold Saturday afternoon while he took a star turn in front of the cameras at Wrigley Field. The veteran first baseman, who has been documenting the Cubs' pennant push since the start of September with a digital...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs began the season with great expectations after last year's surprising success and no one in the clubhouse has lowered them three games into a 162-game campaign. After the Cubs fell 5-3 to Cincinnati on Thursday to drop their first road series,...
TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday May 16, 1997 Director Sidney Lumet marks his 40th year in films with his 40th movie, "Night Falls on Manhattan," and it is gratifying to report that it's one of his best. Significantly, he's made nearly three-quarters of his films in...
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