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Tribune staff reporterIt is early in the season to start thinking about goals achieved, but the Cubs already have begun reaching some of theirs. One target was to win series, not just games, and Sunday's 4-3 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates gave the Cubs three winning...
ChicagoSports.comWelcome everyone to the play-by-play commentary of the Cubs home opener against the Montreal Expos. Bonjour to all the Expos fans. It's flat out brutal out, more suitable for the Iditarod than baseball with the wind blowing in from left-center and the...
Tags: WGN, Vladimir Guerrero, Harry Caray, Mark Guthrie, Jeff Liefer
Tribune staff reporterDuring spring training, Hall of Famer Ferguson Jenkins talked to Cubs pitchers about throwing in the windy conditions of Wrigley Field. His message: Take the elements out of your thinking, pitching, managing and every other part of the game. Left-...
Tags: Danny Graves, Sammy Sosa, Kelly Stinnett, Paul Bako, Sean Casey
Tribune staff reporterIt took nearly five hours, two sausage races and 17 innings for the Cubs to outlast Milwaukee on Thursday afternoon, but the end result was ultimately worth the wait. Corey Patterson's two-run 17th-inning home run off Brooks Kieschnick sent the Cubs to a...
Tribune staff reporterA fortunate bounce comes along every once in a while to change a team's luck, like a ball that gets lost in the Wrigley Field ivy or rolls down a drain pipe. The Cubs may have gotten one of those bounces during the first inning of Wednesday's 2-1 victory...
Tribune staff reporterKerry Wood experienced a 2002 flashback Wednesday at Wrigley Field, keeping the opposition at bay and getting no offensive support from his teammates. San Diego scratched out a 2-0 victory over the Cubs to even the series, dealing Wood his first loss...
Tribune staff reporterAfter three games the Cubs lead the National League in only one offensive categoryŚrunners left on base. If there were an objective way to measure frustration, they might top the charts in that too. "A couple things in our offense aren't clicking,"...
Tribune staff reporterSammy Sosa said he has had "goose bumps" watching the Pacific Bell Park crowd pull for Barry Bonds in his quest for his 600th home run. "The fans are giving him a standing ovation every time," Sosa said before the Giants rallied for a 4-3 victory in 10...
Tribune staff reporterEven when Mark Prior has a bad day at the office, it's better than a lot of pitchers' good days. Prior posted his seventh straight victory Saturday, stifling Milwaukee 8-4 before a record crowd of 46,218 at Miller Park. But he left the park feeling...
While Paul Sullivan takes a week off to loaf, here are your responses to his request on how the Cubs can reach the World Series (insert joke here). Oh yeah, no Mike Lowell trades allowed per Mr. Sullivan's rules. Next week, we're back to the regular Q&A,...
Tribune staff reporterBunting guru Sandy Alomar was impressed. Sure, he'd seen players earn doubles on bunts during his 30-plus years in professional baseball. But Alomar, the Cubs' first-base coach, couldn't recall a bunt quite like Corey Patterson's on Friday night. "I'...
Tribune staff reporterMark Bellhorn finally emerged from the trainer's room Saturday after getting treatment for not one, not two, but three minor injuries. He got some ice for his left hand, which was hit by a Paul Quantrill fastball Friday night. He got some heat for his...
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