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Tribune reporterPITTSBURGH -- Lou Piniella finally blew his top Wednesday night at PNC Park, putting an end to the long-running story line about his alleged lack of fire. Piniella proved he still can emote with the best of them during a sixth-inning ejection in the...
Tribune reporterCINCINNATI -- The yin and yang of Carlos Zambrano has been on full display over the last 10 days. The rogue warrior who smashes Gatorade dispensers and blows off team charters was absent Friday night at Great American Ball Park, replaced by the...
Tribune reporterHOUSTON -- Ted Lilly came out to pitch the second inning Tuesday night with the front of his jersey caked in dirt after he had made a headfirst slide into third base for his first career triple. As fashion statements go, it was certainly one of the...
Tags: Mike Fontenot, Chicago Cubs, Geovany Soto, Ted Lilly, Jake Fox
Tribune reporterPHILADELPHIA -- They aren't far apart mile-wise, but Washington's and Philadelphia's baseball teams might as well be separated by a million miles. After sweeping the Nationals in four games, the Cubs traveled to Philadelphia, where it's an entirely...
Tribune reporterHOUSTON -- A controversy-free day for Carlos Zambrano is as rare as a Chicago winter without potholes. In the last two weeks, Zambrano has smashed a Gatorade dispenser, bumped an umpire, received a six-game suspension, missed the team charter and...
Tribune reporterSome Cubs fans were startled to see Ryan Dempster walking down Addison Street in warm-up gear about 1 1/2 hours before Wednesday night's game against the Brewers. Batting practice had ended, so Dempster went on a Starbucks run and was seen carrying a...
Tribune reporterIt was a wild and wacky windup to the weekend, a nearly literal Cubs vs. White Sox, Round 3. The KO went to the Sox by a final score of 6-0, although the majority of body blows came from Carlos Zambrano. Not only did Zambrano lose his cool -- hitting...
Tags: Chicago Cubs, Gaming, Baseball, Drama (genre), Ryan Freel
Tribune reporterPITTSBURGH -- Aramis Ramirez has an opt-out clause in his contract after the 2010 season, giving him an opportunity to test free agency if his $14.6 million salary is below fair-market value. But after learning how valuable he is to the Cubs during his...
Tags: Mike Fontenot, Chicago Cubs, Geovany Soto, Jake Fox, Piracy
Tribune reporterTed Lilly joked before Tuesday night's game that Ryan Dempster never should have tried to imitate him when he jumped over the dugout fence three weeks ago and broke his big right toe. "I tried to warn Ryan," Lilly said. "That was something [ Jason]...
Tribune reporterWinning at Wrigley Field has become routine for Ted Lilly. The way he earned his victory Saturday was anything but. For only the second time all season, the Cubs got RBIs in the same game from Aramis Ramirez, Alfonso Soriano and Milton Bradley, and the...
Tribune reporterThe picture -- Milton Bradley with hands on his head -- captured a moment but could have encapsulated his career in Chicago. Frustration. And for the fans, especially the 41,509 Friday at Wrigley Field, it's right back at you, Milton. Kind of like the...
Tribune reporterHOUSTON -- Ryan Theriot sounded like Lou Piniella on Thursday after the Cubs dropped another agonizing, extra-inning game on the final day of their three-city trip. "I'm kind of like Lou," he said. "I don't really have an answer right now. I wish I did."...
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