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  • Cubs conduct workout for Rusney Castillo

    Cubs conduct workout for Rusney Castillo
    DENVER -- The Chicago Cubs still face competition but have the resources to contend for Cuban free agent outfielder Rusney Castillo. A team source confirmed the Cubs conducted a private workout Wednesday for the 5-foot-9, 185-pound Castillo at Wrigley...
  • Summer in the city

    Summer in the city
    Summer nights in Chicago can't be beat. Even with this (frighteningly?) mild weather Chicagoans know to wring every drop out of our finest season. I'm lucky to have a view of Wrigley Field from my deck. Far enough away to avoid the drunks but close...
  • Bears training camp is code for 'vacation from losing'

    Bears training camp is code for 'vacation from losing'
    Summer has begun to heat up in Chicago, but our teams continue to toil in a frozen hell of losing. As we near the end of July, the city is exploding with indifference. It's gotten so bad that we annually count the days until Bears training camp. Yes,...
  • Can Shawon Dunston Jr. rocket his way to the Cubs?

     Can Shawon Dunston Jr. rocket his way to the Cubs?
    Growing up around Major League clubhouses gave Cubs prospect Shawon Dunston Jr. a different perspective than some of his Kane County Cougars teammates. "It was fantastic," the 21-year-old outfielder said. "I remember watching Barry Bonds since I was 3...
  • Cubs' Jake Arrieta not quite perfect but close enough

    Cubs' Jake Arrieta not quite perfect but close enough
    Jake Arrieta provided Wrigley Field fans with plenty of emotion before manager Rick Renteria and the Cubs' deep bullpen provided their own stress. Before the tension-filled seventh and eighth innings, Arrieta continued his remarkable June ascent with...
  • Chicago's managers: questioning their decision-making

    Chicago's managers: questioning their decision-making
    Both Chicago managers were jeered Tuesday night, though Robin Ventura probably couldn’t hear White Sox fans shouting at their TVs from his dugout spot in Baltimore, some 700 miles away. It was one of those rare nights of Chicago baseball symmetry,...
  • Ricketts on Wrigley renovation: 'looking forward to moving forward'

    Ricketts on Wrigley renovation: 'looking forward to moving forward'
    Chicago Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts said Wednesday that he remains confident the team’s $575 million plan to renovate Wrigley Field and develop the surrounding area will receive the necessary approval from the city.  “Yeah, I think we’...
  • Blackhawks look for more NHL involvement

    Blackhawks look for more NHL involvement
    Not much time passes from one conversation between NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and Blackhawks President John McDonough to the next. "John McDonough is in my ear all the time for anything," Bettman told the Tribune. "He's very passionate about doing as...
  • Cubs urged to follow Billy Williams' example

     Cubs urged to follow Billy Williams' example
    Cubs Hall of Fame outfielder Billy Williams informally shared stories about his playing days with members of the media before Thursday night's game in the Wrigley Field dugout. Manager Rick Renteria was asked if his players appreciate and respect the...
  • Cubs manage 5-3 victory over Nationals

     Cubs manage 5-3 victory over Nationals
    The Cubs have the same record they had after 77 games last season — 33-44. Yet first-year manager Rick Renteria's players still appear as though they would try to run through a brick wall for him. Or in the case of outfielder Junior Lake, a...
  • Jason Hammel continues to go about his business

     Jason Hammel continues to go about his business
    Jason Hammel insists he is oblivious to trade rumors that naturally accompany an impressive performer on a last-place team. Baseball, after all, is a bottom-line business. Yet Hammel continues to pitch like nobody's business. The towering right-hander...