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The first winning season in franchise history didn't thrill Washington Nationals manager Davey Johnson when he was reminded of it. "I guess," Johnson said and paused. "I wasn't real concerned about it." The Nationals, who moved to Washington for the...
WASHINGTON — The Cubs' minor league system had two teams make the postseason — Class A Boise, a short-season club, and their Rookie League team in Mesa, Ariz. Asked if he has been able to evaluate the system from his managerial seat, Dale...
WASHINGTON — Just before the start of the fifth inning of Tuesday night's game at Nationals Park, the Nationals' radio broadcasters played a sound bite from the iconic baseball movie "Field of Dreams." "Hey, is this heaven?" "No, it's Iowa."...
ST. LOUIS – When Matt Garza left Saturday night's game against the Cardinals after the third inning and TV cameras caught him flexing his right wrist in the dugout, it looked like another example of what Lou Piniella would term a "Cubbie Occurrence....
Tags: Travis Wood, Lou Piniella, Matt Garza, Jed Hoyer , Chicago Tribune
ST. LOUIS — Matt Garza felt much better Sunday morning after suffering from triceps cramping and being forced to leave Saturday's game. Garza said it was unrelated to the bone contusion injury he had near his elbow that sidelined him in May and...
Tags: Baseball, Casey Coleman, Jeff Beliveau, Dale Sveum, Travis Wood
Randy Wells was designated for assignment Wednesday, shortly before Jeff Samardzija was lit up in a 17-1 loss to the Mets. It was a bad day to be a starting pitcher in Chicago, unless your name was Jonathan Niese, who allowed only one run on eight hits...
Tags: Baseball, Dale Sveum, Dillon Gee, New York Mets, Jeff Samardzija
Cubs manager Dale Sveum made it official Friday morning: Carlos Marmol is no longer the closer out of the bullpen. The two met in Sveum’s office before Friday’s game against the Dodgers at Wrigley Field and Marmol was “fine with it,...
Why can't Carlos Marmol find his arm slot or confidence at Des Moines instead of ruining outstanding jobs by Cubs starting pitchers, as if they don't have enough problems with no offensive support. If I was Ryan Dempster I'd punch Dale Sveum in the nose....
Tribune reporterCubs manager Dale Sveum said the other day he was hoping the trip to Philadelphia would help his team with the long ball since Citizens Bank Park is a notorious bandbox. But, as luck would have it, a stuff wind was blowing in from left field, making it...
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