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Tribune staff reporterThe new, decaffeinated Carlos Zambrano was back to his old ways Friday night at Citizens Bank Park, letting his emotions get the best of him in a 5-3 loss to Philadelphia. Whether he was snapping back his glove after taking a throw from catcher Geovany...
Tribune staff reporterSleepwalking while playing baseball is never a good idea, particularly when you are in a race for a postseason spot. But the Cubs looked more like pretenders than contenders Wednesday night in Citizens Bank Park, giving away a game to Philadelphia that...
THE ASSOCIATED PRESSFrom losingest team to longest game, the Philadelphia Phillies are World Series champions. Strange as that sounds. Strange as it was. Brad Lidge and the Phillies finished off the Tampa Bay Rays 4-3 in a three-inning sprint Wednesday night to win a...
Tribune staff reporterRich Hill hit a speed bump for the first time this season as the Cubs crashed at Citizens Bank Park. Struggling slugger Pat Burrell hit two home runs off Hill (4-2) and tied a career high with five RBIs in the Phillies' 7-2 victory over the Cubs. Hill's...
Tribune staff reporterMichael Barrett ducked his head into Lou Piniella's office Sunday morning to remind him it was time for chapel. "We've got church?" the Cubs manager replied. "We need it." A few hours later, all of Piniella's prayers were answered in a 4-1 win over...
Tags: Lou Piniella, Rich Hill, Wes Helms, Cesar Izturis, Jason Marquis
Tribune staff reporterAaron Rowand said he didn't remember running around the bases Wednesday after hitting a grand slam against his former teammates. For the White Sox, Rowand's slam was just another kick in the ribs in their latest debacle, an 8-4 loss to the Phillies....
Tags: John Danks, World Series, Boone Logan, Wes Helms, Ozzie Guillen
Tribune staff reporterWith 10 games remaining and the Cubs having the worst record in the National League, their only goal is escaping the Central Division basement. But the Cubs fell 4-1 Tuesday to the Phillies, increasing the difficulty of passing the Pirates. The Cubs'...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs began their biggest trip of the season Tuesday night in the city where booing is a way of life, which made them feel completely at home. They took advantage of the comfy surroundings, riding the arm of Carlos Zambrano and surviving a ninth-...
Tags: Tomas Perez, Toes, Ugueth Urbina, Todd Walker, Chicago Cubs
Associated PressIf it weren't for the shiny new putter sitting on his desk, Frank Robinson probably would've ignored his latest accomplishment. Robinson got his 1,000th win as a manager last night, with Nick Johnson hitting a pair of homers in the Washington Nationals'...
Tribune staff reporterIn what may be the worst wild-card race baseball has ever seen, Philadelphia is making a mockery of mediocrity. The Phillies climbed to .500 on Monday night with a 6-5 victory over the Cubs at Wrigley Field, keeping them in the thick of a race in which...
Tribune staff reporterProspects come and prospects go, and sometimes they meet on a midsummer's night. The Cubs' past bumped into its future Tuesday night at Wrigley Field as onetime prospect Jamie Moyer returned to his old stomping grounds to face Ryan O'Malley, the latest...
On the Mets beatThe Mets (42-44) at Philadelphia (48-39). Philly leads the East by 3.5 games over Florida. The Mets are 5.5 games back. Starting pitchers: John Maine (8-6, 3.86 ERA) v. Jamie Moyer (7-6, 4.13 ERA) The Mets are trying to bounce......
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