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ATLANTA (AP) -- Tom Glavine never got used to making that unfamiliar turn in the tunnel beneath Turner Field, the one that took him to the visiting clubhouse the last five years. Now he's back with the home team. Glavine returned to the Braves on...
Tags: Major League Baseball, World Series, Death, Tim Hudson, Sports
ATLANTA (AP) -- A week from now, the Atlanta Braves should have a much better idea about their chances of returning to the playoffs. Eager to start a new postseason streak, the Braves return home Friday for two crucial series. They'll play three...
ATLANTA (AP) -- Greg Maddux couldn't stop grinning after he lined a single right up the middle off an old friend. John Smoltz got the last laugh, however. Chipper Jones and Andruw Jones came up with two-out, run-scoring hits in the seventh inning,...
ATLANTA (AP) -- John Smoltz already has pitched against good friend and former longtime teammate Tom Glavine twice this season, including their first time facing each other in Atlanta. On Wednesday night, Smoltz will face another former longtime...
ATLANTA (AP) -- Braves pitcher Tom Glavine is out for the season, and his illustrious career could be over if he needs major surgery on his injured left elbow. The 42-year-old Glavine still hopes to return next year -- unless he needs elbow ligament...
Tags: Major League Baseball, Sports, Surgery, Cy Young, Baseball
JUPITER, Fla. (AP) -- Braden Looper's move from setup man to the St. Louis Cardinals' rotation appears to be succeeding. Looper allowed four hits in 4 2-3 scoreless innings Monday, 3-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves. "I'm pretty happy right now,"...
I haven't heard much about Dustin Hermanson. Is he done for the year or worse his career? --Vince Ackerman, Elk Grove, Ill. Dustin is giving his comeback another shot at Triple-A Charlotte. We should know more about his future at the end of the month, as...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs may be light-years away from a pennant race, but Dusty Baker managed Tuesday night's game like it was the seventh game of the World Series. With Ryan Dempster losing his control against the New York Mets before a frenzied Shea Stadium crowd of...
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...
On the Mets beatEven though my colleague Anthony Rieber is handling the Mets this weekend in Cincy, I couldn't resist chiming in on Johan Santana's excuse for last night's pitiful outing. Santana made sure to mention how he was unable to have his......
Tags: Billy Joel, Music, Johan Santana, Cy Young, Mike Mussina
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's dominance over the National League Central nearly received a black eye Tuesday night. But thanks to Jim Thome's roots at first base, the Sox persevered in a 4-2 interleague victory overt the Pirates that had some harrowing moments despite...
Tribune staff reporterOn his final day as a Cub, Mike Remlinger was asked Friday if manager Dusty Baker could do anything better to change the team's direction. "I don't think that's my job to critique his performance," Remlinger said. "I think that if this team doesn't do...
Tags: Todd Walker, Sports, Jose Reyes, Aramis Ramirez, Mike Remlinger
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