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  • From the Cubicle: Earthquake edition

    From the Cubicle: Earthquake edition
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning We've moved past mountain lions to earthquakes in Chicago. What's next, an avalanche? Coastal seiche? The whole town's talking about the earthquake, the earthquake (sorry Webb Boys). It's all I've heard...
  • Cedeno: Cubs 'thinking about' World Series after beating Mets

    Cedeno: Cubs 'thinking about' World Series after beating Mets
    Cubs manager Lou Piniella tried to launch a pre-emptive strike Monday at Wrigley Field when asked about his team's hot start, warning Cubs fans not to act like … well, Cubs fans. "This is a long season," Piniella said. "Let's not get all crazy...
  • Cubs able to finish the job against Padres

    Cubs able to finish the job against Padres
    Before Jim Edmonds was to join the Cubs party Thursday at Wrigley Field, his new teammates had a little fun Wednesday night at the expense of Padres ace Jake Peavy. Alfonso Soriano and Geovany Soto homered and had three RBIs apiece in an 8-5 victory over...
  • From the Cubicle: Cubs- Padres

    From the Cubicle: Cubs- Padres
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning The big question of the day, one that will be answered shortly, is how the most loyal/obnoxious fans in sports will greet the hated former St. Louis Cardinal Jim Edmonds as he steps to the plate for the...
  • Dempster strikes out 12 to lead Cubs over Padres

    Dempster strikes out 12 to lead Cubs over Padres
    Ryan Dempster and Greg Maddux both received standing ovations Thursday when they exited their starts at Wrigley Field, though Dempster noted one big difference. "His was louder," he said. "And rightfully so. He deserves it." Maddux may have had the...
  • Maddux, Padres end Cubs' win streak

    Maddux, Padres end Cubs' win streak
    Two months into the season, the Cubs are the obvious front-runner for the National League pennant, an unfamiliar position for many of the players. "Yeah, we are right now," Aramis Ramirez said. "But last year at this time, Milwaukee was the same way...
  • Final Hall of Fame game washed out

    Final Hall of Fame game washed out
    Maybe it's appropriate the Hall of Fame Game went out this way. Maybe—no, make that certainly—Cubs manager Lou Piniella was right: This exhibition, at least on this day, wasn't worth the trip. The sky erupted with thunder and lightning and a...
  • For One Day With Dodgers, It's All About Schmidt: TED GREEN

    For One Day With Dodgers, It's All About Schmidt: TED GREEN
    I'm sure Jack won't mind if we borrow the title of one of his movies because Monday night at Dodger Stadium it was all About Schmidt. Jason Schmidt, now 35, made his first big-league start in two long years. Twenty-five months, actually, a time that...
  • Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    The Tribune's White Sox beat writer answers questions throughout the season. This week, dealing Joe Crede and/or Orlando Cabrera before the trade deadline and Jose Contreras' arm angle. Now that Bobby Jenks is back, how fast has his fastball been? --Mark...
  • Maddux retirement; Towers talks Peavy

     
    Greg Maddux just held his retirement press conference, which was well-attended not just by reporters but also by people whose team he has played for over the years, such as Cubs GM Jim Hendry and Dodgers GM Ned Colletti. Scott......
  • Maddux (still) loves Shea

     
    What is it about the Braves' love of Shea Stadium? Is it because they enjoyed beating the Mets so much over the years? Not only did Chipper Jones name his first child, Shea -- based on his amazing offensive numbers......