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Times Staff WriterWith the academic year winding down, it's time for most college seniors across the country to begin facing the inevitabilities of the real world. For college baseball players, it means the possible end of their competitive athletic careers. Here is a...
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ Tired of getting brushed back in the NL championship series, Manny Ramirez and the Los Angeles Dodgers came out ready to fight their way back against Philadelphia. Blake DeWitt's bases-loaded triple off Jamie Moyer capped a five-run...
Tags: Russell Martin, Crimes, Tiger Woods, Derek Lowe, World Series
Dominic DiMaggio, the Boston Red Sox center fielder and seven-time American League All-Star whose impressive career was overshadowed by the towering legend of his older brother Joe, the Yankee Clipper, died Friday. He was 92. Known as the "Little...
ELYSIAN PARK-- The Dodgers revived their World Series hopes Sunday night by defeating the Phillies, 7-2, in Game 3 of the National League Championship Series at Dodger Stadium, thanks largely to a five-run first inning. The win, which included a near-...
The Hartford CourantIn the 1940s, it was all consuming. Baseball ruled the lives of sports fans. It was the Yankees against the Red Sox, Joe DiMaggio against Ted Williams. There was no gray area. ``People might think it's intense today,'' Tom Matteo said. ``But it's...
Tags: Boston Red Sox, Baseball, Sports, Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio
Tribune staff reporterOn paper, the remaining schedule seems to favor the Cubs in their three-team battle for the National League wild-card playoff berth. On the field, where it actually counts, that could be quite another matter. Victor Santos and the sub-.500 Milwaukee...
Tags: Brady Clark, Baseball, Chicago Cubs, Bill Hall, Sammy Sosa
Tribune staff reporterIn a season during which breathing has never been easy, the Cubs are finally in a good position to separate themselves from the pack in the National League wild-card race. They swept Colorado for the first time in Coors Field on Thursday after a 5-1...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Florida manager Jack McKeon walked up to Cubs general manager Jim Hendry to say hello before Friday's doubleheader at Wrigley Field, he made a simple request. "Take it easy on us today, would you?" McKeon said. Hendry laughed, knowing the defending...
Tribune staff reporterA blown call by umpire Bruce Froemming, two blown saves by the Cubs' bullpen and another rough day for Sammy Sosa spelled disaster for the Cubs on a cold and rainy afternoon at Wrigley Field. When all was said and done, San Diego outlasted the Cubs 5-4...
Special to the TribuneRound 2 went to Roy Oswalt. Houston's starting pitcher survived two home runs and a poke in the leg from the avenging Cubs. And he came out the winner in this bout between struggling heavyweights. The final score was Houston 15, Cubs 7 on a Wrigley...
Tribune staff reporterCarlos Zambrano tried to choose his words carefully Saturday at Wrigley Field, but he couldn't help but wonder what might have happened if Roger Clemens hadn't been the opposing pitcher. The Cubs dropped another one-run game in a 7-6 loss to Houston...
Tags: Roger Clemens, Nolan Ryan, Baseball, Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field
Tribune staff reporterMatt Clement never has missed a start in his six seasons with San Diego, Florida and the Cubs, but an injury to his right shoulder and upper back suddenly makes him a question mark for the stretch run. Clement was removed in the third inning of Tuesday...
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