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On the Mets beatWhile Citi Field makes its debut, a water-downed Mets squad is facing the Orioles at a stadium that lacks a naming rights deal: Fort Lauderdale Stadium. And with good reason. This might be the worst stadium of all the spring-training......
Tribune staff reporterGreg Maddux ambled into the Cubs' dugout late Friday afternoon, looked up at the Jumbotron and watched a highlight of a wild Padres celebration at the former Jack Murphy Stadium. "Nineteen-eighty-four?" Maddux asked. Indeed it was 1984, the year the...
Tags: Society, Baseball, Ceremonies, All Stars, Jose Macias
2006 Record: 86-76, 3rd Manager: Terry Francona (4th season). Home Games: City of Palms Park (6,990), 2201 Edison Ave., Fort Myers, Fla. 33901. Directions: From I-75, exit 141. Take left on Broadway. Follow Palm Beach Blvd., turn left on Fowler St. and...
Tribune staff reporterThe hardest part for Los Angeles left-hander Wilson Alvarez on Wednesday night was waiting in the on-deck circle during the seventh inning while Alex Cora fouled off 14 straight 2-2 pitches during a rollicking, 18-pitch at-bat against Matt Clement....
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...
Tribune staff reporterThe North Side Hitless Wonders continued their offensive ineptness Sunday, dropping a doubleheader to the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4 and 4-1 at Wrigley Field. The Cubs finished the homestand with a 3-6 mark after being swept in the three-game series. They...
Tribune staff reporterWhen TV cameras caught Kyle Farnsworth chewing on his fingernails in the Cubs' dugout after his ineffective appearance in Sunday's 8-5 loss to Los Angeles, it was an apt metaphor for the state of the team's bullpen. The NL West-leading Dodgers bounced...
Tribune staff reporterThe White Sox's fortunes Thursday night sank in the sixth inning, and they lost any remaining comfort in the seventh. That put a frosty ending on an otherwise successful trip as they suffered an 8-6 loss at Cleveland that prevented them from earning a...
ChicagoSports.comAfter yesterday's exciting ninth-inning big-ball explosion, the White Sox are back at it again for Game 3 against the Cleveland Indians. Jose Contreras gets an opportunity to right his ugly Spring Training as goes against lefty Cliff Lee on a chilly...
ChicagoSports.comBe sure to return Wednesday for another edition of From the Cubicle as the Sox take on the Indians in Game 2 of the series. Welcome, everyone, to live play-by-play commentary of the White Sox home opener. If you're a Sox fan, stuck at work without a TV,...
Tribune staff reporterThough Matt Clement has emerged as the hottest pitcher in a sizzling Cubs rotation, he fizzled out early Saturday night at Dodger Stadium. Clement surrendered four first-inning runs in the Cubs' 6-1 loss to Los Angeles, spoiling an opportunity to gain on...
Tags: Houston Astros, Baseball, Robin Ventura, Surgery, Damian Miller
Special to the TribuneThe White Sox learned a little about life with little ball Thursday. Things like, oh, little ball doesn't work without more than a little help from your pitching. And things like, oh, there is no little hurt when it comes to heartbreaking losses....
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