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ChicagoSports.comIt's Opening Day, which means it should start snowing any minute now. For the benefit of all of you stuck at work, we're going to try to bring you live play-by-play commentary of both games today. It might get a little hectic when the two games overlap,...
Tags: Cliff Floyd, Sandy Alomar, Television, Brent Mayne, Troy O'Leary
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...
Special to The TribuneNeifi Perez doesn't hit home runs very often, so Dusty Baker must really feel picked on. "Nothing personal, I hope, but he hurt us in Colorado a few times like that in the clutch," Baker said. In 1998 Perez hit a walk-off home run for the Rockies that...
Tags: Sammy Sosa, Sports, Greg Maddux, Aramis Ramirez, Matt Herges
Tribune staff reporterAfter accomplishing nearly everything a starting pitcher could, Esteban Loaiza is going to change his priorities. "I'm going to go back home [to Texas], relax and watch a lot of TV," he said. Loaiza has earned that right. Pitching for the third...
Tags: Cy Young, Sports, Sandy Alomar, Carlos Lee, Carl Everett
Tribune staff reporterMoises Alou sent his dad an early Father's Day present Wednesday night, thanking him for a life in baseball the only way he knows how. San Francisco manager Felipe Alou could only watch with bittersweet emotions as his son cranked a walk-off home run off...
Tags: Sammy Sosa, Carlos Zambrano, Sports, Greg Maddux, Aramis Ramirez
Times Staff WriterWho in America, no matter how highly placed, couldn't honestly confess to Iraq information overload, to having taken in enough about that beleaguered country and its ceaseless crises to last several lifetimes? But no matter how Baghdad-ed out you may...
Tags: Los Angeles, Iraq, Saddam Hussein, Defense, Baghdad (Iraq)
TRIBUNE STAFF REPORTER2 stars (out of 4) No recent documentary infuriated me more than 2003's "The Fog of War," in which the once-grand filmmaker Errol Morris ceded control of his movie to its subject, Vietnam War architect Robert McNamara, and let the former secretary of...
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