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Tribune reporterTwo months into the season, the Cubs are the obvious front-runner for the National League pennant, an unfamiliar position for many of the players. "Yeah, we are right now," Aramis Ramirez said. "But last year at this time, Milwaukee was the same way...
Tribune staff reporterAfter dominating major-league hitters in April, Rich Hill's downward spiral continued Tuesday night at Petco Park. San Diego pounded four home runs off Hill while cruising to a 5-1 victory as the Cubs started their West Coast swing on a sour note....
The Associated PressBaseball's All-Stars came to say goodbye to Yankee Stadium -- and what a long, long goodbye it was. In a game that started Tuesday night and faded well into Wednesday, Justin Morneau slid home just in time on Michael Young's sacrifice fly in the 15th...
Tags: All Stars, Billy Wagner, Miguel Tejada, Babe Ruth, David Wright
Tribune NewspapersThis shouldn't happen to anyone. But if a talented, 22-year-old pitcher was going to get killed hours after a brilliant performance, it figured it would be someone who played for the Los Angeles Angels. For a franchise only now entering middle age, the...
Tribune staff reporterAfter a wild day that started with an earthquake and ended with Aaron Rowand's three-run homer off formidable closer Trevor Hoffman, the White Sox are even more eager to open a two-week, 12-game homestand Monday night. Rowand sent the Sox home in a giddy...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox possess the major leagues' best record, are tied for the American League lead in fielding and have made a habit of clutch hitting. But they fell short in all three areas Thursday night as Boston made the Sox pay dearly in a 6-5 loss...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs were the equivalent of an extra-strength sleeping aid for bleary-eyed TV viewers Friday night, stretching their consecutive scoreless innings streak to 25 in a 1-0, 11-inning loss to San Diego. "If you play baseball long enough, you expect to...
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...
Tags: Kenny Lofton, All Stars, Nomar Garciaparra, Aaron Sele, Sports
Times Staff WriterSAN DIEGO — Beat L.A.! Those are the favorite words of San Diego fans, and this could be the favorite week for San Diego fans. For the first time, the Padres can beat L.A. six times in one week, with three games against the Dodgers followed by...
Tags: Joe Beimel, Brian Giles, Mike Thompson, Colorado Rockies, Sports
On the Mets beatFernando Tatis. Rolls off your tongue, no? You thought about him when you woke up this morning and smiled, didn???t ya, Mets fans? Sure you did. His two homers ??? moonshots, really ??? and four runs in yesterday???s 6-5 win......
On the Yankees beatStephen Haynes here to provide updates and shoot the breeze with ya. You know when a group can extract something more in the way of moral than anything tangible from an actual victory? When it???s a fourth-place team that has......
Tags: Mariano Rivera, Diving, Sports, Baseball, Ivan Rodriguez
On the Mets beatThe Mets appeared to be closing fast on a deal for Francisco Rodriguez late Monday night after another productive round of meetings with K-Rod's agent, Paul Kinzer. The two sides made significant progress Sunday over dinner on the eve of......
Tags: Brian Fuentes, New York Mets, Kerry Wood, Bobby Jenks
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