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Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs limped home to Wrigley Field with a 3-3 record on their road trip after a 9-7 loss to Colorado on Sunday, watching their playoff hopes fade further into the thin air of Coors Field. Greg Maddux was pounded for three home runs while allowing...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs head into St. Louis on an upbeat note after shutting out the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-0 Sunday for their fourth victory in five games. "You need all the momentum you can get going into St. Louis," manager Dusty Baker said. Jerome Williams (5-7)...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Baseball, Kip Wells, Football, Pittsburgh Pirates
Tribune staff reporterBrewers left-hander Doug Davis hardly has been mentioned with the game's elite pitchers. Tuesday night, however, Davis pitched as if he belongs with those stars. Just ask the Cubs. Davis (11-10) pitched the Brewers into third place ahead of the Cubs...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs sank to a new low Monday night at Wrigley Field when they dropped into fifth place in the National League Central with a 9-6 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Despite four solo home runs, including a pair by Jeromy Burnitz, the Cubs fell a half-...
Tribune staff reporterWith the Cubs out of contention and one month remaining in the 2005 season, manager Dusty Baker was asked Friday what he would like to see from his players in September. "Play the game for love of the game and for respect, and try to finish as high as...
Tribune staff reporterDerrek Lee could miss at least two months with a broken right wrist, putting the injury-plagued Cubs in the same boat in which they capsized last summer. Lee will be in a cast for up to six weeks after fracturing the distal radial bone and the distal...
Times Staff WriterThe Dodgers might remember this evening forever. They would not let go of the National League West lead, and their fans would not let go of them. After a ninth inning that ranged beyond improbable and near impossible, in which the Dodgers tied the...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs have suffered some heartbreaking injuries the last few years, to Mark Prior, Kerry Wood, Nomar Garciaparra and several others. But having two players go down on the same play, as Derrek Lee and Scott Eyre did during the seventh inning of...
Tribune staff reporterNomar Garciaparra has played in only 61 games as a Cub in the last year, but he already is well-versed in the history of the franchise. After the Cubs dropped their seventh straight game Tuesday with an 8-3 loss to Cincinnati, Garciaparra put the...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Ryan Dempster, Iowa, Ken Griffey Jr., Will Ohman
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs were mathematically eliminated from the wild-card playoff race Saturday after an 8-3 loss to Houston, moving their magic number to 98. When they begin the 2006 season, the Cubs will be 98 years removed from their last World Series championship....
Tribune staff reporterThe Los Angeles Dodgers are putting the ex-Cub factor to the test this season, employing no fewer than six former Cubs in their pursuit of a World Series title. There's a 25-year-old theory that no team can win a World Series with three or more ex-Cubs...
Paul Sullivan returns to answer questions about the fate of the Cubs, the fate of Dusty Baker, the fate of Jim Hendry and whether Cubs fans heads will explode. I just read that Dusty Baker believes that the young players in the bullpen last year and in...
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