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Tribune staff reporterSammy Sosa passed Mike Schmidt in style Saturday night at Petco Park, blasting a two-run homer into a party suite to take sole possession of ninth place on the all-time home run list. Sosa's two-run shot off San Diego starter Adam Eaton, the 549th of his...
2006 Record: 97-65, 1st Manager: Willie Randolph (3rd season) Home Games: Tradition Field at St. Lucie Sports Complex(7,347), 525 Northwest Peacock Blvd., Port St. Lucie, Fla. 34986. Directions: I-95 to exit 121 (St. Lucie West Blvd.). Go east on St....
Tribune staff reporterAfter doubling for his first major-league hit, Carlos Zambrano stopped at second base and looked to the sky. The 21-year-old right-hander wanted to give thanks to God. "For giving me the ability to play baseball and for giving me a good life and my arm,"...
Tribune staff reporterTruth be told, Josh Paul might be the only player in the Cubs' or White Sox's clubhouse who could tell a North Sider how to get to Mt. Greenwood or a South Sider how to get to Rogers Park. "This series means a little bit more to me," Paul said....
Tags: Tom Goodwin, Chicago Cubs, Joe Crede, Crimes, Chicago White Sox
Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker wears No. 12 on his back and considers it his lucky number. So when Baker heard Arizona ace Randy Johnson was a perfect 11-0 against the Cubs, he figured Monday could be the Cubs' lucky night. But it takes a lot more than luck to beat the...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Sammy Sosa was hit on the head again Tuesday night in Puerto Rico, a crowd of 15,632 at Hiram Bithorn Stadium momentarily held its breath. Many of the islanders came out specifically to watch Sosa, who grew up in the nearby Dominican Republic...
Tribune staff reporterOne of the biggest laughs at U.S. Cellular Field this weekend came late Sunday afternoon when the White Sox placed a photo of Steve Bartman on the Diamondvision scoreboard and replaced his Cubs cap with a Sox cap. The Cubs won't respond by showing...
Special to the TribuneThis is June, right? And these are the Cubs, right? So what happened to the annual June swoon? This is more like a fine-tuned June. Though the month began with three consecutive losses, the Cubs have since won 12 of 16 games. In fact, Sunday's 5-3...
Tags: Derrek Lee, Chicago Cubs, Jermaine Dye, Cy Young, Aramis Ramirez
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs played their final game at Qualcomm Stadium on Thursday, waving goodbye to a ballpark linked to one of the most disastrous weekends in franchise history. It was on this field, with the Cubs one win away from going to the 1984 World Series,...
Now that some of the shining stars of the Cubs' farm system (Patterson, Cruz, Hill and Zambrano) have reached the majors to be quickly followed by Choi, Prior and Kelton, what is the state of the Cubs' farm system? Are there many, if any, other...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs got their first dose of Dontrelle mania at Pro Player Stadium on Sunday when 25,574 turned out to watch Florida phenom Dontrelle Willis go for his ninth straight victory. While mania may be a relative term in South Florida, the Cubs rocked the...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs finished off St. Louis with a 7-6 victory at Wrigley Field on Thursday, surviving two ejections, two lost balls in the sun and another chapter in their ongoing battle against the umpires. When all was said and done in this intense series, the...
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