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Tribune staff reporterFor those still counting and for those who believe it matters, the Cubs have won eight of their last 14 games. What really matters is that Carlos Zambrano has four of those eight victories during a career-high seven-game winning streak. He has become...
As timeless pitching matchups go, this one is a doozy. I hope everyone set their DVRs. We've got the rookie Sean Marshall against someone I've never heard of--C. Sampson, who's making his first major league start. Both managers should have double...
2006 Record: 82-80, 2nd Manager: Phil Garner (4th season) Home Games: Osceola County Stadium (5,200), 1000 Bill Beck Boulevard, Kissimmee, Fla. 34744. Directions: Florida Turnpike North, get off Exit 242 and turn left (northwest) on US 192, drive three...
Special to The Morning CallTom Glavine will be the first to tell you he is a ''feel'' pitcher. He doesn't rely on his mechanics as much as he does on how his pitching feels. And nine days ago, he said it was beginning to feel a lot like Opening Day. He had his best outing of...
Tribune baseball reporterMaybe the collision between Mark Prior and Marcus Giles wasn't so horrible after all. Since that ugly July 11 spill at Wrigley Field, which left Prior on the disabled list with a sore shoulder and knocked Giles out of the All-Star Game, the two All-Stars...
Tribune staff reporterMatt Clement is learning how to finish what he starts. The Cubs' most reliable pitcher of late almost did it again in Sunday's 4-2 victory over Houston. Coming off the first complete game of his career, Clement took the mound against Houston at...
Tags: Baseball, Moises Alou, Jeff Bagwell, Wrigley Field, Daryle Ward
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: Jay Bell, Baseball, Gary Bennett, Trot Nixon, Carlos Delgado
Tribune staff reporterNot even Sammy Sosa could save the Cubs this time. The return of the Cubs' right fielder from the disabled after toenail surgery was lost in a Houston Astros blitz of starting pitcher Shawn Estes and a near-flawless performance from Houston's Wade...
Tags: Death, Sammy Sosa, Baseball, Moises Alou, Mark Grudzielanek
Tribune staff reporterDressed in street clothes with a phone in his hand an hour after beating Houston on Wednesday night, Cubs right-hander Greg Maddux walked onto the mound of an empty Minute Maid Park and went through his pitching motion one last time. His workday was long...
Tags: Death, Tim Redding, Greg Maddux, Sammy Sosa, Mark Grudzielanek
Special to the TribuneIf the Cubs could ever make a case for cloning, now would be the perfect time. What they'd really like is to have the clone of left-hander Glendon Rusch pitch the next two nights against the Houston Astros. And then they'd like the clone of the Astros...
Tribune staff reporterRoger Clemens kept the Cubs in their deep sleep Wednesday, showing the stuff that has made him one of the game's greats. Clemens (8-0) earned his 317th career victory with a 5-1 victory over the Cubs, who have lost seven of nine games. "We ran into a...
Tags: Basketball, Baseball, Roger Clemens, Wrigley Field, Jeff Kent
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