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  • Baseball honors Torre, Piniella, Gaston and Cox at winter meetings

     
    Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig joined Joe Torre, Lou Piniella, Cito Gaston and Atlanta Braves President John Schuerholz, who was pinch-hitting for Bobby Cox, at a press conference Tuesday morning to honor the four retiring managers. Among...
  • Tiger let me down, too, and other reflections on the year that was

     
    My worst prediction for 2010 was, and I quote, "A highly focused Tiger Woods will win at least seven PGA tournaments." As it happened, a highly erratic Tiger Woods won zero tournaments this year. I also predicted that former Bolingbrook......
  • NO CHANCE WGN WILL LURE SANDBERG 'HOME' ...

     
    It didn't take long following the passing of former Cubs player and broadcaster Ron Santo in early December for some Internet participants to predict that Coca-Cola Park fans would never see Ryne Sandberg in an IronPigs uniform. The Cubs Hall of Fame...
  • To Mike Quade, the kids aren’t alright

     
    If you watch “Chicago Tribune Live” as much as I do, you would know that host David Kaplan is adamant about “the kids” getting a respectable amount of playing time for the Chicago Cubs.  I adamantly agree with him.  Bryan LaHair is...
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  • Former Mariners Manager Calling it Quits

    Former Mariners Manager Calling it Quits
    After all those dirt-kicking, base-tossing tantrums, Lou Piniella is going out with more of a whimper. This isn't the way he envisioned his final days as the Chicago Cubs' manager. The team had bigger plans, too. Piniella announced Tuesday he will...
  • Mariners Win in Brown's Debut

    Mariners Win in Brown's Debut
    Last-place Seattle welcomed new interim manager Daren Brown by getting its first triple play in 15 years in a 3-1 win over the Oakland Athletics on Monday night. Brown moved up from Triple-A Tacoma earlier Monday when Seattle fired first-time manager Don...
  • Lou Piniella Emotional Post-Game Presser

    After all the wins, all the losses and all those arguments, Lou Piniella clearly felt it was time to leave. Saying the final goodbye after a half-century in baseball, that was the hard part. "I cried a little bit after the game. You get emotional. I'm...
  • Ask Paul: Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag

    Ask Paul: Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag
    In the year-end edition of Ask Paul, he addresses the Cubs' resurgence under Mike Quade, the Ricketts' offseason spending, Big Z's comeback and other issues To what do you attribute the Cubs' resurgence after Lou Piniella's departure? It can't be just...
  • Former Cub Ryne Sandberg finds happiness in Lehigh Valley

    Former Cub Ryne Sandberg finds happiness in Lehigh Valley
    There was still ivy on its walls the last time he put a uniform on in this Midwest city. In fact it was only about two miles away from where Ryne Sandberg was sitting in the first base dugout at Victory Field on Monday afternoon. "It was the old stadium...
  • Hope the Cubs can play their game better than the owner is playing his

    Forbes Magazine valued the Cubs franchise at $773 million, which is about $72 million less than the purchase price when the Ricketts family took over, or about what Alfonso Soriano is owed. Interestingly, that’s up 6 percent from last year’...