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Tribune baseball reporterOne relies on power, the other on precision. One predicted a Cy Young season, the other only that he would do the best he could. One is a hulking right-hander from South America, the other a mid-sized left-hander from Middle America. Carlos Zambrano...
Tribune staff reporterThere was plenty of traffic on the basepaths Saturday night. But Mark Buehrle topped Barry Zito when it came to escaping jams, particularly in avoiding the big innings that have inflated Buehrle's earned-run average. Buehrle pitched 62/3 innings of one-...
Tribune staff reporterWhen Will Ohman came in to face pinch-hitter Barry Bonds in the eighth inning Tuesday, Wrigley Field went into lockdown mode. The volume was cranked up and, with the game on the line, the heat was on. When Ohman retired Bonds on a liner to left with two...
If the last two seasons' abysmal swoon and record doesn't speak for itself, how can we Sox fans help get Mr. Reinsdorf to terminate Messrs. Williams and Guillen? Williams just took Guillen off the hook. Give me a break ... what has Ozzie done to...
Tribune staff reporterAlfonso Soriano is the first to admit he's not producing as well as he would like to in the first year of his eight-year, $136 million contract with the Cubs. But Soriano was surprised to find himself on a list of the most overrated players, as...
Tags: Andruw Jones, J.D. Drew, Lou Piniella, Bobby Abreu, Chicago Cubs
Tribune staff reporterSan Francisco manager Bruce Bochy was asked Thursday if Giants pitcher Matt Cain managed to "out-Zambrano" Carlos Zambrano in a 4-1 victory over the Cubs. Cain came into the game with an .068 batting average but managed to hit a two-run homer off...
Tags: Baseball, Derrek Lee, Lou Piniella, Daryle Ward, Chicago Cubs
Tribune reporterThe end of the City Series was a great relief to Cubs manager Lou Piniella and many of his players, after last weekend's sweep by the White Sox overshadowed the Cubs' sweep of the Sox one week earlier. Before the Cubs opened the West Coast portion of...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Randy Johnson had a fairly simple free-agent wish list. The San Francisco Giants badly wanted a pitcher with the Big Unit's talent and experience and could meet those requests. Johnson and the Giants agreed to an $8 million, one-...
Think you get paid a lot...not much at all? Compare your dough to what Giants' pitcher Barry Zito makes (hint: he reels in more than $14 million a year). Compare Salaries
Maple bats are shattering lives, and baseball needs to do something Hearing the crack of Nate McLouth's bat, Pittsburgh Pirates hitting coach Don Long turned his head slightly to follow the ball at Dodger Stadium on April 15....(more) Road to Beijing:...
From wire reportsPete Rose thinks Mark McGwire should be in baseball's Hall of Fame, and he hasn't given up hope that he'll get there someday, too. Baseball's banished hits king said yesterday that McGwire, who is on the ballot for the first time, ought to be voted in...
Tags: Danny Graves, Baseball, Pete Rose, San Diego Padres, Politics
Sun ReporterAs the Orioles' front office enters another crucial offseason, it faces the challenge of appeasing not only a disgruntled fan base, but also several of the club's top players. Before the team finished its ninth straight losing season, a 70-92 campaign...
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