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Tribune staff reporterJerome Williams learned at a young age how to keep cool under pressure while surfing at Pipeline, a legendary spot in his native Hawaii. He used those lessons on a sweltering Saturday afternoon at Busch Stadium, hanging on in 93-degree heat for six...
Tags: Scott Rolen, Ryan Dempster, Asthma, Chicago Cubs, Albert Pujols
Tribune staff reporterIt's a shame Carlos Zambrano's Internet access is limited these days, because the Cubs' right-hander has a lot to write home about. After Zambrano combined with two relievers Sunday on a 4-0 shutout of San Diego, he admitted catcher Henry Blanco had...
Tribune staff reporterGreg Maddux and Aramis Ramirez provided much-welcomed relief Saturday to a Cubs team coping with a three-game losing streak, an ineffective pitching staff and humid conditions in a hostile environment. Maddux put a halt to the White Sox's eight-game...
Tribune baseball reporterStill throwing 98 m.p.h. in the ninth inning, Carlos Zambrano turned the tables on a Houston team built around powerful pitching. Zambrano and closer Ryan Dempster combined on a three-hitter as the Cubs denied Roy Oswalt his 15th victory and inched...
Tribune staff reporterRich Hill's first major-league start Monday could mark a changing of the guard in the Cubs' rotation. Called up from Triple-A Iowa and inserted in Kerry Wood's spot, the 25-year-old left-hander had an adventurous time in the Cubs' 3-2 comeback victory...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs sank to a new low Monday night at Wrigley Field when they dropped into fifth place in the National League Central with a 9-6 loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Despite four solo home runs, including a pair by Jeromy Burnitz, the Cubs fell a half-...
Tags: Wrigley Field, Sports, National League, Chicago Cubs, Baseball
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs were given a national stage Sunday night to prove they're a better team than their record suggests. In another wild affair under sweltering conditions, they came back from an early deficit, blew a one-lead with two outs in the ninth inning and...
Tribune staff reporterWith the season dwindling down and their wild card hopes fading away with every missed opportunity, the Cubs have no margin for error. But Saturday's 4-2 loss to Colorado at Coors Field provided a glimpse of what has been haunting them all season long....
Tribune staff reporterErnie Banks was at Wrigley Field on Friday, but his trademark "Let's play two today" would have been a bad joke. The Cubs are having a hard enough time getting through one, as they proved with a 3½-hour, sleep-inducing, boo-producing 10-5 loss to the...
Tribune staff reporterHow do you explain what has happened at Wrigley Field the last two days? The Cubs have put up back-to-back victories against the Cardinals, including Thursday's that ended an eight-game losing streak and Friday's 4-1 final that gave them two straight...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs changed directions again Sunday with a lineup that included Corey Patterson on the bench instead of in the leadoff spot, ending a brief experiment. But the results weren't any different for the floundering Cubs, who rallied twice to tie...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs have a 12 1/2-game gap in the National League Central and 109 games to try and close it. Mission impossible? Not according to manager Dusty Baker. "You want to win 10 in a row, but you don't have to win 10 in a row," Baker said before Friday's...
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