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Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker had exhausted virtually every managerial ploy he could muster--a team meeting, a rearranged batting order and a greater resolve to remain calm under pressure. "We're all taught not to panic," the Cubs manager said. "There is a thin line...
Tribune staff reporterFor much of the last two months, talk had centered around how much better the Cubs would be when Mark Prior, Kerry Wood, Sammy Sosa and Mark Grudzielanek returned from the disabled list. But there was scant mention of the absence of injured shortstop...
Tags: Alex Gonzalez, Jim Edmonds, Basketball, Jon Garland, Sports
Tribune staff reporterAfter losing a heartbreaker in the opener of a doubleheader with Pittsburgh on Friday, the Cubs thought they'd hit a low point in the 2004 season. Rob Mackowiak's two-out grand slam off Joe Borowski capped a five-run ninth inning that gave the Pirates...
Tags: Craig Wilson, Sports, LaTroy Hawkins, Tennis, Chicago Cubs
Special to the TribuneThe Cubs have three 30-homer hitters in their lineup, but it was leadoff man Corey Patterson who supplied the power Tuesday night. Patterson smacked a pair of home runs, the first of which tied the game in the eighth inning and the second of which won it...
Tags: Basketball, Craig Wilson, Sports, Aramis Ramirez, Chicago Cubs
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs had gone 4,940 games without throwing a no-hitter when Matt Clement took the mound Sunday afternoon at Wrigley Field. And with a 23-m.p.h. wind blowing out, chances were good at game time the streak would continue, even against the lifeless...
Tags: Wheezing, New York Mets, Sports, Mike Piazza, Aramis Ramirez
Tribune staff reporterFrom singing on stage with Pearl Jam at Alpine Valley to pitching in the All-Star Game at U.S. Cellular Field, Kerry Wood has experienced a lot of firsts this season. But the year is not over yet, and Wood is determined to cap off the wildest ride of his...
Tags: Back Pain, Multi-Sport Events, New York Mets, Josh Paul, Sports
Tribune staff reporterJason Schmidt wasn't perfect like Randy Johnson on Tuesday night, but the San Francisco Giants right-hander was almost as untouchable in throwing a one-hit shutout in a 1-0 win over the Cubs. "It's pretty hard to believe someone could outdo Jason Schmidt...
Tags: Sports, Barry Bonds, Todd Walker, Chicago Cubs, Pedro Feliz
Tribune staff reporterDusty Baker walked around Wrigley Field at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday, taking small handfuls of a dirt-like substance from a bag and spreading it throughout the infield and outfield, sort of like Dusty Appleseed. Baker wouldn't reveal the bag's contents or...
Tribune staff reporterThe Cubs have shown a defiant attitude both on and off the field this season, refusing to back down against slights both real and imagined. And after losing 6-4 to Atlanta at Wrigley Field on Saturday to force a decisive Game 5 in this division series,...
Tags: Kenny Lofton, Chipper Jones, Death, Sports, Kerry Wood
Tribune staff reporterEven in a relatively non-eventful game like Wednesday night's 5-1 victory over San Diego, the Cubs can't seem to dodge controversy. On a day when Carlos Zambrano returned from his suspension and Kerry Wood and LaTroy Hawkins had their appeals heard,...
Special to the TribuneAfter it was over, Cubs manager Dusty Baker could only rub his forehead in frustration and bemoan another one-run loss. Playoff teams almost always discover the difference between playing baseball and going fishing in October is their record in one-run...
Tags: Tom Goodwin, Sports, Todd Walker, Mark Kotsay, Forehead
Tribune staff reporterThe belief that strike zones tend to shrink and expand depending on the stature of the player involved in the matchup was tested again Wednesday at Wrigley Field. The Cubs dropped another one-run decision with a 3-2 loss to Houston before 39,326 in a...
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