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O, by the WayIn baseball lore, the legend of Chicago Cubs fan Steve Bartman seems destined to be one of the game???s more enduring and, it would appear, one the saddest. It has paradox. A rabid fan of his beloved Cubs, Bartman......
Tags: All Stars, Major League Baseball, Chicago Cubs, Baseball, Sports
On the Mets beatGood evening Mets enthusiasts, Chris Mascaro here to bring you all of tonight's live game action, the first-place Metropolitans (70-57) look for a three-game sweep of the Braves (56-71). For the Mets, who have gone 12-4 since getting swept in......
Tags: All Stars, Julian Tavarez, Will Ohman, David Wright, Baseball
Spin CycleToday brings news that the Senate Republicans led by LI's own Dean Skelos plan to basically establish the Senate Finance Committee as a fourth branch of government in the budget and then offer the chairmanship to a "Gang of......
On the Mets beatWith my colleague Anthony Rieber filling in for me this week, I took the easy way out with this blog entry and simply reprinted his on-line column for today. There's plenty of Mets stuff to chew on this morning. SO......
Tags: All Stars, Ben Sheets, Miami Marlins, Raul Ibanez, Baseball
On the Mets beatNo captain yet for the Mets, but old friend Moises Alou will be wearing the C for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic. Check out the details below: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC ANNOUNCES MOISES ALOU AS TEAM CAPTAIN FOR 2009......
On the Mets beatSpent a little time yesterday with Pedro Martinez, as you could tell from the previous post, and I have to say we miss the wacky three-time Cy Young winner in Port St. Lucie. It was tough to gauge his bullpen......
On the Mets beatFernando Tatis has agreed to be the replacement for Alex Rodriguez on the Dominican Republic team for the World Baseball Classic. After A-Rod pulled out of the tournament with a torn labrum in his hip, the Dominican GM Stan Javier......
Tags: Omar Minaya, Jerry Manuel, New York Mets, Baseball, Stan Javier
The Tribune's White Sox beat writer answers reader questions throughout the season. This week, who blinked on the Buehrle signing, the cab situation at U.S. Cellular Field and anger over the doubleheader sweep. As a long-suffering Sox fan, since the late...
Greetings. I hope everyone has eaten and is properly hydrated. If last night is any indication, we could be here for a while. The Cubs and Mets waited about a three-hour-plus rain delay and played into the wee hours of the night before the Cubs eventually...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Scott Eyre, Bob Howry, Paul Lo Duca, Baseball
Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning We've moved past mountain lions to earthquakes in Chicago. What's next, an avalanche? Coastal seiche? The whole town's talking about the earthquake, the earthquake (sorry Webb Boys). It's all I've heard...
Tags: Adam Burish, Chicago Cubs, Matt Clement, Geovany Soto, Baseball
On the Mets beatTop 9th - A tidy inning after Cincy bats out of order and makes the inning last three times longer than it should have. Mets win 8-3. Bottom 8th With a different score, the Mets would be regretting that inning......
On the Mets beatStaple here, Lennon and others at the yard, Mets-Nats on tap in a few. Mets (20-17) are coming off a 6-3 win last night over the Nats (16-24) thanks to Ryan Church's 4 RBI. Claudio Vargas will make his Mets......
Tags: David Wright, Aaron Boone, Baseball, Sports, Carlos Delgado
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