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Tribune staff reporterThe most common misperception about the clubhouse of a losing baseball team is that everyone mopes around and feels sorry for themselves all the time. In reality, as the Cubs prove on a near daily basis, the players know the show must go on and there's...
Tribune staff reporterGreg Maddux has proved he's weatherproof in the first week of the 2006 season, winning in arctic conditions in the home opener Friday and with the wind blowing out on a summerlike afternoon on Wednesday. In his final start before he turns 40 Friday,...
Tribune staff reporterAfter Derrek Lee launched a late-inning Cubs comeback with a game-tying, two-run home run in Wednesday's 6-3 win over Milwaukee, the two operative words of the afternoon were "what if?" Lee's first homer since his return from a broken wrist ignited a...
Tribune staff reporterWith one week to go before Opening Day, the Cubs' pitching staff still is in a state of flux. Reliever Scott Williamson was forced to leave Sunday's game against Arizona after throwing only three pitches in the sixth inning. Manager Dusty Baker described...
Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning And away we go with this traditional matchup between your Chicago Cubs and the Baltimore Orioles, with whom as a child I had a strange infatuation. But only because of the orange jerseys. The same reason...
Tags: Brian Roberts, Lou Piniella, AAA, Derrek Lee, Ron Santo
Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning Am I the only who thinks last night's drilling of Alfonso Soriano stems from some lingering bad feelings that date all the way back to last season? Remember this? Last June Soriano hit three homers in a...
Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning Man, 1989. Remember that? The Boys of Zimmer won the National League whatever it was called in those days only to got beat in the playoffs. (Sound familiar?) Doug Collins led the Bulls to the Eastern...
Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning The big question of the day, one that will be answered shortly, is how the most loyal/obnoxious fans in sports will greet the hated former St. Louis Cardinal Jim Edmonds as he steps to the plate for the...
Tags: Steve Garvey, Sports, All Stars, Lou Piniella, Derrek Lee
After that interesting, busy and rough day in Chicago sports, in which the Bears defense played their knees out only to watch the offense muster diddly, the Cubs were punted into second place with a heartless performance against the Pirates and that guy...
Tags: Ted Lilly, Cliff Floyd, Mike Fontenot, Jason Kendall, Sports
See , Cubs and Sox fans. This apparently is how we're supposed to act. Who knew? Let there be peace in the land. This is about baseball, not sucker punches, class warfare, Camaros and Jettas. Yeah, right. Bring it on. Cubs-Sox, II. Michael Barrett is...
We're back for a second straight day of more fun/torture as the Cubs return home after a disastrous 1-8 road trip. Today they send another young pitcher to the mound. Angel Guzman, for whom Cubs fans have been waiting patiently for years, has been...
I haven't watched much baseball the first week of the season since going under the knife for the first time in my life recently. Instead I've been following doctor's orders by reclining on a couch and intermittently feeling sorry for myself while watching...
Tags: Scott Rolen, Tribune Tower, Sports, Neifi Perez, Braden Looper
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