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Roger Waters. Brad Paisley. Finally, Anthony Rizzo played Wrigley Field. Side note: Official scorer Bob Rosenberg just ruled that “The Wall’’ was triple-platinum instead of a three-base error. Anyway, the good news is, Rizzo didn&...
Tags: Chris Volstad, Alfonso Soriano, Brad Paisley, Sports, Baseball
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...
MINNEAPOLIS -- While Roger Waters plays at Wrigley Field Friday night, the Cubs are comfortably numb in Minneapolis, trying to find a solution to their losing ways. They enter Friday's game with 18 losses in their last 22 games, going 1-6 since their 3-...
The Cubs placed starting pitcher Ryan Dempster on the 15-day disabled list before Monday's game with tightness near his right shoulder. Dempster has been pitching through the soreness, with 22 consecutive scoreless innings over his last three starts, all...
Doctors at the Cleveland Clinic checked Ian Stewart's sore left wrist Monday and found no significant problem. "They basically didn't find anything our doctors hadn't found," manager Dale Sveum said. "So nothing major." Sveum said Stewart was given a...
Tags: Steve Clevenger, David DeJesus, Sports, Baseball, Wrigley Field
The Cubs and White Sox found a new bottom at the box office for a second straight night, but that doesn't mean Cub fans didn't find a season's high in pleasure. If the Cubs can't be in first place, the next best thing for their fans is knocking the White...
It is the BP Cup, right? And that's British Petroleum, right? And Britain is in Europe, right? Then how, pray tell, could we have missed the chance to have some drama Wednesday night at U.S. Cellular Field? The Cup should have been up for grabs to the...
Chicago's version of North versus South ended for another season on a picturesque summer night, short on intrigue and style — and fans. Unlike past years at U.S. Cellular Field, there were no controversies, no fights and no suspensions. And, in the...
Patrick Kane parties in Madison, MTV series begins filming in Chicago, Hannibal Buress thanks Allende at Comedy AwardsPatrick Kane didn’t shy away from photos when he was partying Saturday at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s annual Mifflin Street Block Party like many celebrities would have. The Blackhawks star instead posed for them – as he...
The tips collected at Kerry Wood’s charity event at Harry Caray’s Tavern at Navy Pier Friday went straight to the Wood Family Foundation, which might explain why the Cubs and Bears players working the “Woody’s Winter Warm-up”...
Tags: Tom Petty, Neil Young, Harry Caray, Theo Epstein, Ryan Dempster
TV SPORTS SUNDAY Auto Racing-Indy Racing League, IndyCar Indianapolis 500 Bump Day, 11 a.m. (NBCSN); NASCAR Nationwide Series, Pioneer Hi-Bred 250, 1 p.m. (ESPN); Drag Racing, NHRA Summernationals, same-day tape, 6 p.m. (ESPN2) WNBA Basketball-...
Tony Campana gets the first chance to start in center field after the Cubs' trade of Marlon Byrd to the Red Sox. Campana was slotted in the second spot in Sunday's lineup against the Reds. Blake DeWitt, starting at second base, moves into Byrd's No. 8...
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