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Tribune staff reporterBy the time the Cubs and Atlanta ended their 15-inning marathon early Saturday morning at Turner Field, one thing was glaringly apparent. The 2004 season looks like it's going to be just as wacky as 2003. When all was said and done, the Cubs edged the...
Tribune staff reporterEsteban Loaiza brought his "nasty stuff," his confidence and his aggressiveness to the ballpark Sunday. But the White Sox ace failed to leave with what would have been his major-league leading 12th victory of the season. The Cubs exploited a few mistake...
Tribune staff reporterAs Cubs manager Dusty Baker sat in the sun-soaked visiting dugout at U.S. Cellular Field Sunday morning, someone asked how his team would react to a season-worst four-game losing streak. "We've got to ride it out," he said, working his ever-present...
ChicagoSports.comToday's temperature for the Cubs-Expos game in San Juan, Puerto Rico, is 86 degrees with mostly cloudy skies. The Weather Channel says it feels like 93, but I can't confirm this -- I'm two levels below ground in the Tribune Tower. The thermometer here...
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Tribune staff reporterWith 150 games to go, the Cubs and their legion of skittish fans will have to learn how to pace themselves in order to survive this season of high expectations. Sunday's 11-10 loss to Cincinnati in 10 innings was the third one-run decision in this...
Tribune staff reporterCarlos Zambrano exploded in living color Tuesday night at Minute Maid Park, but a ninth-inning meltdown by Houston closer Octavio Dotel let him off the hook. Trailing by a run in their final at-bat, the Cubs broke through with three runs off Dotel,...
Tribune staff reporterJerry Manuel got the telephone call from White Sox General Manager Ron Schueler on a Monday in November. He was asked if he wanted to be considered for the team's managerial opening, with the option to interview that Thursday or Friday. Manuel had been...
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Special to the TribuneYou might say the Cubs' hopes Saturday rested on the wind and a prayer. Or you might rather say it was a wing of a player named Maddux. Whatever, the result was a 5-0 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers that, coupled with a St. Louis defeat, moved the...
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Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs had the tying run on third base with one out in the ninth inning, and 39,546 fans were in full throttle, give-us-something-to-really-cheer-about mode. But Todd Walker and Corey Patterson each struck out to preserve Colorado's 4-3 victory...
Tribune staff reporterPitting Randy Johnson against the Cubs is like hosting a demolition derby with a Mack truck and a tricycle. And that's when the Cubs have Sammy Sosa in the lineup. On a day Sosa flew back to Chicago because of a neck injury, the word mismatch doesn't...
Tribune staff reporterMoises Alou entered unfamiliar territory Friday when he stepped into the Wrigley Field postgame interview room. "First time this year I've been in here," he said, "for reasons you folks know well." Alou, a disappointment in his first four months as a...
Tribune staff reporterWhen a jet fighter preparing for the weekend's Air and Water Show came out of the blue and buzzed Wrigley Field immediately after Alex Gonzalez homered onto Waveland Avenue on Thursday, it provided the perfect punctuation mark for the series finale with...
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