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When Starlin Castro cost the Cubs a lead against the Giants by forgetting how many outs there were, he knew the wrath he faced after the game. Manager Dale Sveum put his erratic shortstop on notice by calling it "the last straw,'' but that wasn't the...
Kid Rock performs at Underground Wonder Bar, Vince Vaughn plays WhirlyBall, First Lady dines at Cafe SpiaggiaIs there anyone in Chicago having more fun this summer than Chris Chelios? The former Blackhawk was standing alongside Eddie Vedder last month when the Pearl Jam singer gave an impromptu performance at Stanley’s Kitchen & Tap in Lincoln Park and...
Tags: Chicago Tribune, Arts, Music, Zach Gilford, Sports
Lots of people out there are just waiting to see Theo Epstein fail. They think he gets too much attention, that his deal with Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts is too sweet. They think he should have received more criticism for a run of failed free-agent...
Welcome to the most important days of the Cubs’ season. Welcome to the most unsatisfying days of the Cubs’ season. So Cub. The amateur draft begins Monday and continues into Tuesday and Wednesday until, I believe, every graduating high...
Being a rookie manager is like being a new parent in a lot of ways. And right now, Dale Sveum seems to be doing the wrong thing with a shortstop who’s going through the “terrible twos.’’ Sveum is threatening to bench Starlin...
Tags: Punishment, Starlin Castro, Baseball, Sports, Dale Sveum
Press ReleaseBLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Indiana Baseball's Micah Johnson and Chad Martin were both picked in the 2012 Major League Baseball Draft on Tuesday (June 5). Johnson was chosen by the south-side Chicago White Sox in the ninth round (291st overall) while the north-...
The Baltimore SunEarlier this morning, we featured a chart from baseball statistician Bill Arnold that listed Orioles’ executive vice president Dan Duquette’s lifetime record at an impressive 930-786. That winning percentage places him fifth among the men...
When Dan Duquette was hired roughly a year ago as the club’s executive vice president, the Orioles pointed to his impressive track record in the past with the Montreal Expos and Boston Red Sox. He was in charge of some very good teams –...
Tags: Jon Daniels, Kenny Williams, Neal Huntington , Baseball, Sports
Some would say Scott Baker had a better 2012 than the Cubs. He didn’t make it on the field. Baker experienced elbow pain in spring training and underwent Tommy John surgery in April. Now he’s coming to Chicago to try to help the Cubs while...
Tags: Matt Garza, Jeff Samardzija, Chicago Cubs, Jed Hoyer , Scott Baker
INDIAN WELLS, Calif. — When your team loses 101 games and you have numerous holes to fill, where does a general manager start? By trying to fill one position for the long term, two positions, all of them? "You have to try to attack them all,...
It was quite a bad week for the Cubs, even by their standards. Top prospect Javier Baez suffered a thumb injury in the Arizona Fall League while allegedly high-fiving a teammate, ending his season prematurely. Arizona State pulled out of talks to...
Like any 101-loss team, the Cubs have a few holes to fill. And after spending their first year tearing down the building, Theo Epstein, Jed Hoyer and Jason McLeod head to the general managers meetings in Palm Springs, Calif., on Tuesday to lay the...
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