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Tribune staff reporterWhen Florida manager Jack McKeon walked up to Cubs general manager Jim Hendry to say hello before Friday's doubleheader at Wrigley Field, he made a simple request. "Take it easy on us today, would you?" McKeon said. Hendry laughed, knowing the defending...
Tags: Paul Lo Duca, Todd Walker, Aramis Ramirez, Mike Lowell, Sports
Tribune staff reporterFor most of a lazy Sunday afternoon, the Cubs and Reds took turns trying to out-bore each other. "It looked like both sides were kind of asleep early," Cubs manager Dusty Baker said. "Nobody hit the ball hard." But the Cubs awoke from their slumber when...
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 reporterJeromy Burnitz may have had tougher days in his career, but Monday's performance figures to land on his Top 10 list of forgettable moments. Burnitz's sixth-inning error led to the only San Diego run in a 1-0 victory over the Cubs at Wrigley Field,...
Tags: Brian Giles, Todd Walker, Ryan Dempster, Phil Nevin, Sammy Sosa
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...
Special to the TribuneWas it real, or was it Colorado? For the Cubs, it doesn't matter because what's important is they have reached .500 for the first time since May 1 and put up double-digit runs for the second time in three days after doing it twice in the first 45 games....
Tribune staff reporterCarlos Zambrano wasn't trying to fool anyone Sunday in the ninth inning of his complete-game, 2-1 victory over Philadelphia in Wrigley Field. One day after shaving his head as part of the Cubs' "Bald is Beautiful" campaign, Zambrano pumped out 22...
Tribune staff reporterA victory in April isn't supposed to mean as much as one win in September, but don't try to tell that to Ryan Dempster. The Cubs right-hander earned his first victory as a starter since July 11, 2003, with a 4-3 triumph Saturday night over Pittsburgh...
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