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  • Tuesday, June 21, 2011

    5 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Greg Jarrett 7:09 a.m. Greg Jarrett will learn how far $14M goes when Planetarium President Paul Knappenberger joins us with details on what we can expect to see/hear when the updated education attraction opens in a few weeks. 7:21 a....
  • Here's an idea if Ozzie talks his way out of town

    Here's an idea if Ozzie talks his way out of town
    Ozzie Guillen says a lot of things, or at least is quoted as saying a lot of things. Most of them are true. Some of them reveal surprising insecurity. He apparently needs to be needed more often and to a greater degree than you’d think a cocky,...
  • Pena only lefty for Cubs vs. Sox's Buehrle

    Pena only lefty for Cubs vs. Sox's Buehrle
    Carlos Pena, who hit the game-changing homer Monday, was the only left-handed swinger in the lineuip for the Cubs against the White Sox's Mark Buehrle on Tuesday at U.S. Cellular Field. Reed Johnson replaced Kosuke Fukudome at leadoff and was in center...
  • The more saves for Santos, the more what-ifs for the Sox

    The more saves for Santos, the more what-ifs for the Sox
    Sergio Santos came on to get a four-out save against the Cubs on Tuesday night, and you couldn’t help but play what-if. The save was Santos’ 13th in 15 tries. He faced the 4-5-6-7 hitters and struck out three of them. And you couldn’t...
  • Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag

    Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag
    I can't agree with your implication, or flat out statements, derogatory of Cubs manager Quade. He's probably what this team deserves. He stays positive and uses the limited talent he has to work with. I can't imagine Lou Piniella keeping his cool and...
  • Opening day at Wrigley Field

    Opening day at Wrigley Field
    The rain held off enough to start Friday's home opener on time, and a game-time temperature of 41 degrees was warm enough for most Cubs fans to deal with. But many in the crowd of 41,358 left by the seventh inning of a 6-3 loss to Pittsburgh, and the...
  • D'backs down Dempster, Cubs to avert sweep

    D'backs down Dempster, Cubs to avert sweep
    Shortly after learning two starting pitchers were being placed on the disabled list, the Chicago Cubs had to regroup to play the Diamondbacks Wednesday in the finale of the opening homestand. "I feel bad for the guys involved, but it's part of the deal,"...
  • Cubs to honor Ron Santo with Wrigley Field statue this summer

    Cubs to honor Ron Santo with Wrigley Field statue this summer
    The Cubs Convention resumed Saturday morning at the Hilton Chicago with news that the team plans to unveil a statue Aug. 10 honoring Ron Santo, who died in December. That was followed by the sometimes combative but always entertaining question-and-answer...
  • Cubs, Astros rained out of batting practice

    Cubs, Astros rained out of batting practice
    The tarp went on the Wrigley Field infield before the Cubs and Astros had a chance to take batting practice Friday morning. When the game does start, Cubs manager Mike Quade willl go with what has become his "everyday" lineup against right-handers with...
  • Rain again cancels Cubs' batting practice

    Rain again cancels Cubs' batting practice
    Rain canceled Cubs batting practice Friday and Saturday -- and the Cubs won both games. Sunday's also was rained out, as the blue tarp protected against light rain. The Cubs hoped to play this game, because Matt Garza was to face winless Astros'...
  • Quade wakes up, now who's next? Hello, Tom Ricketts

    Mike Quade came to the conclusion that the Cubs are no longer contending. Quite the epiphany when you’ve hovering around 20 games under .500 for months, huh? Quade claimed the Cubs were in position to get back in the race if they had a good run...
  • Campana, Colvin in vs. Braves' Derek Lowe

    Campana, Colvin in vs. Braves' Derek Lowe
    Tony Campana starts in center field and Tyler Colvin in right field against Braves' right-hander Derek Lowe, as Cubs manager Mike Quade tries to get left-handed bats into the lineup. Carlos Pena starts at first base and bats cleanup for another lefty bat...