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Tribune staff reporterIs the Cubs offense taking too much of the blame for the team's collapse? After the Cubs stranded 10 runners and went 1-for-9 with men in scoring position in a 7-2 loss to Houston on Tuesday, Aramis Ramirez said it's time to start spreading the blame...
Tribune staff reporterProspects come and prospects go, and sometimes they meet on a midsummer's night. The Cubs' past bumped into its future Tuesday night at Wrigley Field as onetime prospect Jamie Moyer returned to his old stomping grounds to face Ryan O'Malley, the latest...
Tribune staff reporterIf you think the Cubs don't have a major pitching problem after the trade of Greg Maddux, then consider this: Maddux was second on the team in victories and innings pitched. His victories (nine) were more than one-fifth the team total and four ahead...
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 reporterSleepwalking while playing baseball is never a good idea, particularly when you are in a race for a postseason spot. But the Cubs looked more like pretenders than contenders Wednesday night in Citizens Bank Park, giving away a game to Philadelphia that...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs changed directions again Sunday with a lineup that included Corey Patterson on the bench instead of in the leadoff spot, ending a brief experiment. But the results weren't any different for the floundering Cubs, who rallied twice to tie...
Tribune staff reporterCubs manager Dusty Baker recently spoke to his White Sox counterpart, Ozzie Guillen, about this weekend's series against the Detroit Tigers, the Sox's main rival in the American League Central. Baker wouldn't comment on what was said, but it's safe to...
Paul Sullivan returns to answer questions about the fate of the Cubs, the fate of Dusty Baker, the fate of Jim Hendry and whether Cubs fans heads will explode. I just read that Dusty Baker believes that the young players in the bullpen last year and in...
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Tribune staff reporterAfter investing $13.5 million to renovate the Wrigley Field bleachers, the Cubs may want to clear another couple of hundred from the budget to make sure Larry Rothschild has enough shoes to get through the year. Only two games into the season, the Cubs...
Tribune baseball reporterOutside of being, say, Barry Bonds' public relations man or one of the guys who collects urine samples, there aren't many jobs in baseball worse than the ones Ryan Dempster and Bobby Jenks have. Closeras in last one out the door after a fire or...
Tribune staff reporterManager Dusty Baker said after Friday night's 14-inning triumph that perhaps "the worm has turned" for the Cubs. Whether or not that's the case, there's little doubt they have been playing much better, as evidenced by Saturday's 8-5 victory over St....
Tags: Derrek Lee, Sports, Travel, Mark Mulder, Aramis Ramirez
Tribune staff reporterOn paper, the matchup did not portend well for the Cubs on Thursday night. On the field at Great American Ball Park, the results are in, and it wasn't pretty. Cubs starter Glendon Rusch, who had served up six home runs in two previous starts this...
Tags: Sports, National League, Will Ohman, Chicago Cubs, Todd Walker
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