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Tribune staff reporterAfter giving Kerry Wood seven days to recover from his last start, the Cubs expected him to have more stamina in the fourth start of his comeback. What they got was a regression to Wood's May 18 debut, when he was feeling his way around and opposing...
Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker charged his team with looking "kind of spacey" Saturday during a 4-1 loss to St. Louis. Considering the Cubs had lost their best hitter for two to three months and were playing their archrivals, there was no good excuse for that kind of mind-...
Tribune staff reporterAfter Todd Walker received a handmade sign in the mail on Monday that read "Dear Cubs, Please Don't Lose," a clubhouse attendant taped it on the clubhouse bulletin board next to the day's starting lineup. "You're doing the best you can out there, but...
Tribune staff reporterAll the momentum the Cubs carried home from their West Coast trip was neutralized during another puzzling homestand. One day after a 14-0 shutout of Florida, the Cubs found themselves on the other side of the fence Wednesday, serving up 20 hits in an...
Tribune staff reporterGlendon Rusch calmed some nerves Sunday with a strong performance against Pittsburgh, keeping him in the Cubs' rotation at least for the time being. Rusch earned his first victory in three starts in a 7-3 win over the Pirates, helping the Cubs take two...
Tribune staff reporterAmazing as it seems, Aramis Ramirez is the only positional player left on the Cubs' 25-man roster who also was on the postseason roster in 2003. With Mark Prior, Kerry Wood and Mike Remlinger on the disabled list, Ramirez has become the last man standing...
Tribune staff reporterThis is Dusty Baker's favorite time of the year. "When the weather gets hot like it has been, then it's hitting time," the Cubs manager said. What he saw Monday night was his players whacking a season-high five home runs, including a pair each by Derrek...
Tribune staff reporterSt. Louis moves its clinching party to Chicago, presenting the Cubs and their fans with a nightmarish scenario to ponder. Manager Tony La Russa and his players can celebrate their second straight division title with a victory Thursday night at Wrigley...
Tags: Sean Casey, Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field, Rich Hill, Basketball
Tribune staff reporterCarlos Zambrano jumped up and down on the mound like he was riding a pogo stick after striking out Gabe Gross to end the sixth inning of Friday night's game at Miller Park. Zambrano couldn't curtail his glee in the Cubs' 7-2 victory over Milwaukee, his...
Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker's mood changed from sweet to sour in a few hours' time Monday. Though he didn't explode in his office after watching the Cubs go down 4-0 to Atlanta, Baker definitely looked like he was at the end of a slow-burning fuse. "We had a couple...
Tribune staff reporterDarwin's survival-of-the-fittest theory replaced all the talk of curses and ghosts Saturday during the second game of the Cubs-Boston series. The Cubs managed to survive a four-run deficit, the loss of starter Carlos Zambrano and closer Ryan Dempster's...
Tribune staff reporterJust when everyone is ready to bury the Cubs, they somehow find a way to get back on their feet. Whether Saturday night's 8-2 comeback victory over Florida signified a real turnaround is unknown, but after being left for dead in Atlanta, the Cubs were...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Atlanta Braves, Greg Maddux, Kerry Wood, Death
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