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Tribune staff reporterAs Ted Lilly walked off the field in the seventh inning Wednesday night, the crowd stood and … cheered? Yes, the Wrigley Field crowd shouted its approval and Lilly tugged at the bill of his cap in appreciation. So that's the way it's done....
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs narrowly escaped a Barry Bonds barrage Thursday, watching the Giants' star do a star turn before an appreciative crowd of 40,198 at Wrigley Field. Bonds hit two home runs into a 14-m.p.h wind to pull within two of Hank Aaron's all-time record of...
Tags: Bob Howry, Lou Piniella, Will Ohman, Harry Caray, Bengie Molina
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs have until 10 a.m. Wednesday to finalize their 25-man roster for the division series, and general manager Jim Hendry might wait until Tuesday night to make the final decisions. Can Sam Fuld sneak in? Will Kevin Hart make the cut? Hendry wasn't...
Tribune staff reporterThere are few things in life that Cubs and White Sox fans can agree on: Harry Caray, Bill Veeck, the Bulls, the Bears and the beauty of a cold beer on a hot summer day. One thing they will never agree on is the man who goes by the calling card "A.J."...
Tribune staff reporterJust when you think you have seen everything in the 115 years the Cubs and Cardinals have compromised family friendships, along comes Friday's game. Something new was added to the collection that includes such recent scrapbook memories as beanball wars,...
Tags: Lou Piniella, National League, Chicago Cubs, Death, Matt Murton
Tribune staff reporterThis is how well things are going for the Cubs right now: No matter who plays, where they bat and whatever the conditions, it comes out a W. No doubt about it, manager Lou Piniella is on a hot streak. Put 5-foot-8-inch, 170-pound Mike Fontenot in the...
Tribune staff reporterThe dawn of the Felix Pie era looked eerily familiar to the end of the Sammy Sosa era three years ago. Plenty of flash and dash, but the results were the same. Pie's major-league debut Tuesday was spoiled by another crushing one-run defeat for the...
Tags: Wade Miller, Lou Piniella, Jason Marquis, Will Ohman, Sammy Sosa
Tribune staff reporterJose Contreras and three relievers limited Cleveland, one of the American League's top hitting teams, to one hit Sunday, but the Sox still lost, only fueling their frustration heading into Monday's day off. After watching his team fail to score more than...
Tribune staff reporterWhen it was all over, when the Cubs finally knew they would be playing baseball into October, a clubhouse explosion was the order of the day. It wasn't the kind of blast that provided the city with a dose of shock therapy back in June, but instead was...
Tribune staff reporterAs the Cubs take a day off on Monday before their biggest series since 2004, a three-game showdown against second-place Milwaukee at Wrigley Field, it's hard to pinpoint exactly where they are. The standings say they're still in first place, 1 1/2...
Tribune staff reporterCubs manager Lou Piniella took a wrong turn in the tunnel while returning to the clubhouse after batting practice Monday before a security guard pointed him in the right direction. It might take a while before Piniella gets used to Wrigley Field, just as...
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