| May 20, 2009
ST. LOUIS -- Minutes after watching his team get shut out on three hits Tuesday night in a 3-0 loss to St. Louis, Cubs manager Lou Piniella was all dressed and ready to go.
It may have been a coincidence, but the whole team looked like it was ready to...
| Nov 16, 2008
Rewinding the week that was, in which the New York Jets took command of the AFC East (B-R-E-T-T! Brett! Brett! Brett!), Virginia Tech was downright offensive down in Miami (and not in a good way), and His name is LeBron/He is a hoops star …
| May 16, 2008
Hampton Roads has no major-league sports team, but the area doesn't lack for competitive action. From baseball and golf to football and hockey to basketball and motorsports, there is plenty of fierce competition year-round.
It was once...
| Aug 5, 2008
| 10:01 PM
Remember last September when Alfonso Soriano almost single-handedly pushed the Cubs into the playoffs?
Maybe he's starting a month earlier this season.
In his last 10 games, Soriano is hitting .419 with five homers, 12 runs scored and 11 driven in.
| Aug 6, 2008
| 10:37 PM
It was redemption day for a pair of Cubs, their chance to contribute after feeling like they were on the outside looking in for most of July.
The pitching hero was Jason Marquis, who picked up his first victory since June 21 against the White Sox.
| Aug 9, 2008
| 7:56 PM
After taking himself out with a lead after five innings in his previous start, Carlos Zambrano said he was "mentally prepared" to go only five or six innings that afternoon.
On Saturday, Zambrano said he was prepared to go six or seven innings against...
| Aug 10, 2008
| 10:17 PM
Everyone who said it would be a cold day in August before Cubs fans cheered former Cardinals center fielder Jim Edmonds for a warning-track fly ball were apparently right on the money.
With unseasonably cool temperatures dipping into the mid-60s Sunday...
| Aug 13, 2008
| 1:37 PM
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A great man once said, "Let's play two."
A much lesser man once wrote, "Let's Cubicle one."
And so here we are. After a rainout last night, the Cubs and Atlanta Braves play two today, the first of which...
| Aug 13, 2008
| 3:15 PM
The Cubs ran their road winning streak to six games after a 10-2 pasting of Atlanta in Game 1 of the day-night doubleheader Wednesday as Geovany Soto and Jim Edmonds homered and drove in three runs apiece and Jason Marquis beat his old team.
| Aug 13, 2008
| 9:31 PM
The 1984 season brings back memories both delicious and dreadful for Cubs fans, and now they have a companion piece to compare it to.
By sweeping Atlanta 10-2 and 8-0 Wednesday in a day-night doubleheader at Turner Field, the Cubs moved 26 games above...
| Aug 14, 2008
| 10:42 PM
Ted Lilly had Alfonso Soriano's back Thursday night at Turner Field, just as he did last year in Atlanta when he was ejected for allegedly throwing at Edgar Renteria after Braves pitchers had treated Soriano like their personal piñata.
With a five-run...