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email@example.comThe Kansas City Royals have gone through some lean years since winning the World Series in 1985. A big reason for those struggles was a series of personnel decisions that sent Royal favorites on to future stardom. Here's a look at the Top 10 "Royals...
WrigleyvilleIt feels like more than half of this 2011 Chicago Cubs team has been injured now that Kerry Wood is the latest addition to the Cubs' revolving door that is the Disabled List. Retroactive to June 9, Kid K will be placed on the DL because of, get ready...
Ask Paul returns from a brief sojourn to the Wisconsin Dells to address all Cub-related issues, including Geo's playing time, the blue road jerseys, Barry Bonds in center, the Winter Classic at Wrigley, and the long-awaited start of the Samardzija era....
Tribune staff reporterWhen Atlanta's Andruw Jones homered deep to left field and onto Waveland Avenue in the fifth inning of the Cubs' 10-1 romp over Atlanta on Tuesday night, a fan on the street tried to throw the ball back into the ballpark. But the ball hit the top of...
Ask Paul returns to answer questions about Dusty's reprieve, the snub of Sammy, how to handle abuse from those haughty Royals fans and more. Hearing that Derrek Lee's re-entry onto the DL ensures Baker will remain until year's end is not only...
Tribune staff reporterThe education of Carlos Zambrano continued Tuesday night at Wrigley Field when the Cubs pitcher had a relatively calm conversation after the top of the fourth inning with plate umpire Ron Kulpa. Whether it was the start of a new, laid-back version of...
Tribune staff reporterWhile some players groggily filed into the quiet Cubs clubhouse Wednesday morning after a short night of rest after playing until 1:16 a.m., Jeromy Burnitz was singing out loud to a song playing in his head. It was apparent to some Burnitz could not...
Tribune staff reporterDuring a batting-cage discussion with Cubs coaches Friday morning, ex-Cub Lenny Harris jokingly referred to Wrigley Field as "Ghost World." The idea that the Cubs are haunted in their North Side home may be an old wives' tale, though booing is...
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Special to the TribuneIt was one of those forgettable days for Jeromy Burnitz, who went from being in a foul mood to feeling like a fool. And it was one of those frustrating days for the Cubs, again, as they lost one more one-run game, 4-3, to the Washington Nationals at...
Tribune staff reporterA bat hovered in the back of the Wrigley Field press box during Saturday's game, prompting a spate of one-liners about where the missing Cubs offense had gone. Being the kind with wings, the press box bat was able to fly away. Cubs hitters aren't...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs began the second half of their season Tuesday night with a few simple reminders of all the things that went wrong in the first 81 games. Derrek Lee was forced to leave the game with left shoulder irritation, leaving the Cubs without their one-...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs-Dodgers rivalry is one of the most evenly matched in baseball history, dating back to their first meeting in Brooklyn in 1890. Heading into Tuesday night's game at Dodger Stadium, the Dodgers had won 1,003 games in the 116-year-old series to 1,...
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