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ChicagoSports.comIt's that time of year when half of Chicago hates the other half. Isn't it fun? Yes, it's the annual dozens-fest some euphemistically call inter-league play. Make sure you're wearing your batting helmet, even in the field today, because the insults...
Tags: Sammy Sosa, Diving, Neal Cotts, Michael Barrett, Sports
Tribune staff reporterThe other day in Los Angeles, Dusty Baker was discussing the possibility of a player winning a spot in the everyday lineup after taking over for an injured player. "It just depends on who's getting 'Pipped,'" the Cubs' manager said, referring to the...
Tribune staff reporterForget about Achilles' tendons and sacroiliacs and triceps and sneeze-induced back spasms. The latest in a long line of Cubs medical ailments was revealed Monday at Wrigley Field when Greg Maddux left in the seventh inning of a 3-1 victory over Houston...
Tribune staff reporterNomar Garciaparra was all smiles before Wednesday night's game in Busch Stadium, seemingly relaxed and happy in spite of a rough start to his 2005 season. But Garciaparra's season hit a low point in the Cubs' 3-1 victory over St. Louis when he...
The 2003 salaries for the 827 major league baseball players on opening day rosters and disabled lists. Figures were obtained by The Associated Press from management and player sources and include salaries and pro-rated shares of signing bonuses and...
Tribune staff reporterDick Pole began his day finding out he'd be managing the Cubs Wednesday night against Arizona, thanks to a one-game suspension dealt to Dusty Baker. Pole ended the night watching the Cubs pull out a 4-3 win over the Diamondbacks on Alex Gonzalez's go-...
Tags: Greg Maddux, Mark Grace, Sammy Sosa, Sports, Milwaukee Brewers
ChicagoSports.comWhat was worse? Living through the eighth inning of Game 6 of last year's NLCS or the interminable offseason that followed it? If that wasn't the longest sixth months on record, I'm Hee Seop Choi. By now everyone is tired of the talk of baseballs and...
Special to the TribuneCubs manager Dusty Baker keeps throwing out little warning signs for his team. The latest, now that they are in a stretch of 19 straight games against NL Central Division opponents: If you don't win in your own division, you might not make the playoffs....
Tribune staff reporterAfter LaTroy Hawkins' latest implosion, the Cubs planned on going with a modified version of a closer-by-committee with Chad Fox as their primary go-to guy. But manager Dusty Baker's best-laid plans fell apart in the ninth inning of Monday's 10-6 victory...
Tags: Paul Wilson, Neifi Perez, Eric Milton, Chad Fox, Derrek Lee
Tribune staff reporterMatt Clement could use a hug. He got one from manager Dusty Baker in the dugout during the seventh inning Monday night. Clement also received some rare offensive support from his teammates as the Cubs subdued the Milwaukee Brewers 3-1 at Miller Park....
Special to the TribuneIf you think the weather was cold Saturday, you should have seen the icy treatment the Wrigley Field crowd gave LaTroy Hawkins. He lost the save, lost the game and apparently lost his job as the Cubs' closer during a brutally cold and bitterly...
Tribune staff reporterYou could point to shortcomings in the bullpen Sunday. Or a late-inning defensive gaffe. But that would only obscure the full-blown epidemic that is the White Sox's offense. "What's killing us right now," manager Jerry Manuel said after a 3-2 loss to...
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