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Daily PressNATIONAL LEAGUE CENTRAL CHICAGO CUBS (97-64, 1st) MANAGER: Lou Piniella (3rd season) PAYROLL: $145 million X-FACTOR: Isn't combustible Milton Bradley, now on his sixth team, the only choice for this category everywhere he goes? BEST CASE: A deep...
Tribune staff reporterBy the time the Cubs' "afternoon" game was finished, the Brewers already had a 3-0 lead over Cincinnati in their night game a few miles north. But it didn't matter, for another day at least, what the Brewers did, because the Cubs went home Saturday...
Tribune staff reporterKerry Wood is accustomed to pitching under pressure, but his first relief appearance this season in a crucial situation turned to disaster for the Cubs on Sunday at Coors Field. Wood entered a tie game in the sixth inning and promptly gave up three...
Tribune staff reporterJermaine Dye extended his hitting streak to 11 games, and Darin Erstad's first-inning single pushed his to 10. But those were the White Sox's lone highlights Wednesday night as unheralded Chad Gaudin stopped their recent offensive momentum cold in a 4-...
Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning On a day when the makers of one of get downright litigious with area night spots, a somewhat caffeinated and hopefully properly-hydrated Carlos Zambrano tries to brew up some trouble against Milwaukee....
Tags: Nike, Inc., Daryle Ward, Craig Counsell, Gabe Kapler, Derrek Lee
Automatic refresh version | Jump to current inning Here we go again. When last we left our North Side heroes they were putting on quite the hitting display in the NLDS and then were swept by the Arizona Diamondbacks. In case you haven't heard, the...
Automatic refresh version | Jump to current inning The Cubs ushered in their 100th Next Year in typical Cubs fashion: There was some fleeting excitement and hope but ultimately it was dashed with a heavy dose of heartbreak. Man, there was a lot going on...
Jump to current inning Are you ready for some football? Frankly, no. This August, it's summer, it's hot, it's baseball and the Cubs miraculously are in some sort of race. This is important, people. The Bears preseason Super Bowl rematch with the...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs have spent the majority of the season trying to shed their decades-old image, repeatedly insisting they have nothing to do with the team's history of futility. But games like Saturday night's 8-2 loss to Pittsburgh at PNC Park do nothing but...
Tribune staff reporterCorey Patterson made no apologies Tuesday night at PNC Park after misplaying Bobby Hill's line drive into a triple with an ill-advised diving attempt in the seventh inning. "That's the way I play," Patterson said. "That's who I am." After handing...
Tribune staff reporterSammy Sosa's silence spoke volumes Wednesday afternoon at Wrigley Field. Sosa declined to talk after hitting two home runs, one a grand slam, in the Cubs' 13-5 romp over Pittsburgh. Though the crowd of 38,395 coaxed Sosa into making a curtain call after...
Tags: Derrek Lee, Michael Barrett, Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field, Tennis
Tribune baseball reporterMaybe the worst-case scenario has run its course with the Cubs. Todd Hundley almost was thrown out at the plate advancing from second base on Alex Gonzalez's double off the right-field scoreboard. He had gone back to tag up, then had to hustle to keep...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Chris Stynes, Brian Giles, Jimmy Anderson, Crimes
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