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Tribune staff reporterThe performance was so convincing that the crosstown-rival Cubs and White Sox agreed on at least one thing Sunday. The Cubs, particularly their pitching staff, were simply dominant in leaving U.S. Cellular Field with a three-game sweep that sank the...
Tribune staff reporterThe other side of the Cubs, the one Wrigley Field fans haven't seen much of this season, suddenly appeared at the end of August against a team they might face again in October. Forced to use an emergency replacement in a tired rotation and failing to...
Tribune staff reporterMike Fontenot was standing at the batting cage before Thursday night's game at PNC Park when Alfonso Soriano put his mouth over the second baseman's cap and pretended he was eating him. Fontenot and Geovany Soto subsequently poked two-run homers off...
Tribune staff reporterAlfonso Soriano earned a $136 million contract last winter because of his ability to hit a baseball. Wrigley Field security guard Anton Migursky earns considerably less than that for ensuring a safe atmosphere at the Friendly Confines. On a bizarre...
Tribune reporterHouston left fielder Carlos Lee has made a pretty good living as a Cubs killer, dating all the way back to his days on the South Side. And after being held to two singles and one RBI in the first two games of the series, Lee finally broke out Wednesday...
Tribune staff reporterThat Cubbie swagger Lou Piniella talked about back in spring training of 2007 has been more visible of late, befitting a team that began Saturday tied with the Los Angeles Angels for the best record in baseball. "I had a good friend who called, who has...
Tribune staff reporterNo Cub has received as little playing time as Daryle Ward, who came into Thursday night averaging one start every three weeks. "I can't control any of that, so I try to spend the least amount of time possible focusing on that," he said before Thursday'...
Tags: George W. Bush, Soccer, White House, Government, Cliff Floyd
Tribune staff reporterIn a 35-day stretch that ended Sunday on a steamy afternoon at Busch Stadium, the Cubs survived two West Coast trips, two City Series, a day trip from Toronto to Cooperstown to Tampa Bay, manager Lou Piniella's Tropicana Field homecoming and injuries to...
Tags: Chicago White Sox, Travel, Ted Lilly, Henry Blanco, AAA
Tribune reporterIt doesn't matter when or where because the Cubs and Cardinals are something very special to their legions of fans stretched between Chicago and St. Louis. "It's special because it's almost like a playoff atmosphere," said Aaron Miles, the Cub...
LOS ANGELES -- For the first time in two decades, the Dodgers popped champagne corks in October. With a 3-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs in Game 3 of their National League division series Saturday night at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers completed a three-...
Tribune staff reporterSean Marshall discovered the hard way what 429 other major-league pitchers before him have: There's no easy way around Barry Bonds. Pitch to him? Bonds hits a home run, as he did for the first run Saturday, making Marshall his 430th different victim....
Tags: Rich Hill, Barry Bonds, Baseball, Sports, Moises Alou
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs' rotation goes on trial this weekend at PNC Park with three starters trying to prove they belong there for the long haul. Rookie Sean Marshall made his opening statement Friday night in an 11-6 victory over Pittsburgh, pitching five solid...
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