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Tribune staff reporterAfter ending their roller-coaster first half with a 9-2 victory over Florida on Sunday, the Cubs will take a deep breath, then try to keep the momentum going in the second half. But which team will show up at Wrigley Field on Thursday remains a mystery,...
Tags: Basketball, Chicago Cubs, Sports, Mike Remlinger, Al Leiter
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs find themselves in an unusual position three days before the trading deadline, trying to win a wild-card playoff spot with inexperienced players in several key roles. If it works, the Cubs can have their cake and eat it too. If it doesn't,...
Tribune staff reporterAfter popping up against Jose Mesa in the ninth inning of Saturday's 3-0 loss to Pittsburgh, Derrek Lee angrily slammed his bat to the ground. It was an unusual display of emotion for Lee. But after rookie left-hander Zach Duke throttled the Cubs all...
Tribune staff reporterBilly goats and Bartman balls. Hexes and jinxes. Whatever. This latest Cubs curse is very complex. One day they can't catch a ground ball, the next they can't catch a break. "We got a lot of breaks coming evidently," manager Dusty Baker said,...
Tribune staff reporterIt didn't matter Friday that Jerry Hairston is 29 years old, earns $1.8 million, plays big-league baseball in his hometown and hit his first career grand slam. Shortly after getting into a shouting match with Pittsburgh closer Jose Mesa in the eighth...
Tribune staff reporterThe old school version of Carlos Zambrano returned Tuesday night at Wrigley Field, fidgeting and fussing on the mound like he used to do. This time, it was a sight for sore eyes. After being driven out of the game in an eight-run second inning last week...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs know deep down they no longer are considered realistic contenders for the Central Division title, and the St. Louis Cardinals are probably even more certain of that than the Cubs. But as the two longtime rivals met for the 2,161st time Friday...
Special to the TribuneIn the end, they don't ask how, just how many. So though the Cubs' 4-3 victory over Arizona on Friday will not be remembered as one of baseball's classic come-from-behind, last-inning triumphs, it was their fifth win in the last seven games in their...
Special to the TribuneThe Cubs got beat up in the process of getting beat on by the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday. And they just plain got beat, 10-6. The pain from the score was bad enough, but Aramis Ramirez could miss all or part of this weekend's series against first-...
Tags: Damian Miller, Chicago Cubs, Carlos Lee, Sports, Aramis Ramirez
Tribune staff reporterThe expanded bleachers aren't the only thing new at Wrigley Field this year. The Cubs will start the season with eight new players on the roster, ranging from vital cogs such as Juan Pierre to little-known reserves such as Angel Pagan. Whether they...
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...
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