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email@example.comThe Kansas City Royals have gone through some lean years since winning the World Series in 1985. A big reason for those struggles was a series of personnel decisions that sent Royal favorites on to future stardom. Here's a look at the Top 10 "Royals...
WrigleyvilleIt feels like more than half of this 2011 Chicago Cubs team has been injured now that Kerry Wood is the latest addition to the Cubs' revolving door that is the Disabled List. Retroactive to June 9, Kid K will be placed on the DL because of, get ready...
Ask Paul returns from a brief sojourn to the Wisconsin Dells to address all Cub-related issues, including Geo's playing time, the blue road jerseys, Barry Bonds in center, the Winter Classic at Wrigley, and the long-awaited start of the Samardzija era....
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...
Cubs fans, you can now go back to your regularly scheduled hatred for the New York Mets. Yes, I know that was a tough three days for you, but your fandom by proxy appears to have helped the Cubs. The Mets took two of three from the Brewers and, in the...
Ask Paul returns to discuss the possibility of using Kerry Wood as closer, putting Mark Buehrle in a Cubs uniform, trading Angel Guzman and checking his luggage at the airport. You mention Bob Howry and Scott Eyre could become co-closers. Good, but...
Tags: Wade Miller, Bob Howry, World Series, Kerry Wood, Juan Mateo
Tribune staff reporterWith Neifi Perez traded to Detroit on Sunday before the Cubs' 5-3 loss to St. Louis, all three players who competed for the Cubs' second-base job in spring training are gone. Jerry Hairston was traded to Texas in May for Phil Nevin, and Todd Walker was...
Tags: Todd Walker, Bob Howry, Juan Mateo, Juan Pierre, Jacque Jones
Tribune staff reporterCarlos Zambrano likes to show off his hitting prowess during batting practice every day, belting home runs from both sides of the plate. Zambrano showed off another hidden side of his game Saturday at Wrigley Field, shocking the New York Mets and a crowd...
Tribune staff reporterSean Marshall admitted he was sweating a bit in the ninth inning Wednesday night in Minute Maid Park, but he was wasn't alone. With Ryan Dempster on the mound, the Cubs clinging to a one-run lead over Houston and the tying run on third base with one out,...
Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker and Ozzie Guillen met behind home plate Sunday after the final out of the final game of the 2006 City Series, exchanging hugs and wishing each other good luck the rest of the way. After the Cubs knocked off the White Sox 15-11 at Wrigley...
See , Cubs and Sox fans. This apparently is how we're supposed to act. Who knew? Let there be peace in the land. This is about baseball, not sucker punches, class warfare, Camaros and Jettas. Yeah, right. Bring it on. Cubs-Sox, II. Michael Barrett is...
Tags: Football, Social Issues, Juan Pierre, Scott Eyre, Chicago Cubs
Tribune staff reporterDerrek Lee was driven from Des Moines to Minneapolis after Saturday night's game at Triple-A Iowa, getting only a few hours of sleep before his long-awaited return to the Cubs' lineup. The rest of the Cubs had no excuse for sleepwalking through Sunday'...
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