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  • From the Cubicle: Cubs-Reds

    From the Cubicle: Cubs-Reds
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning It's been an interesting week for the Cubs. Just a day after Milwaukee went out and got CC Sabathia, albeit for half a season, Jim Hendry answered back by getting Rich Harden from Oakland. Meanwhile the...
  • Cubs win on strange day at Wrigley

    Cubs win on strange day at Wrigley
    On a Sunday when Carlos Zambrano took himself out after five innings, when Geovany Soto pretended he was talking during an unusual mound visit and when Chad Gaudin received his Wrigley Field baptism by being booed off the mound, Reed Johnson arrived...
  • LIVE Game 158: Mets vs. Cubs

     
    Welcome to tonight's live blog, covering every moment of the second game between the Mets and Cubs. Just so you know, we'll keep our eyes on the other important scores of the night. Hey, how huge was Johan Santana's start......
  • St. Louis Cardinals dump Chicago Cubs 7-4

    St. Louis Cardinals dump Chicago Cubs 7-4
    It doesn't matter when or where because the Cubs and Cardinals are something very special to their legions of fans stretched between Chicago and St. Louis. "It's special because it's almost like a playoff atmosphere," said Aaron Miles, the Cub...
  • 3 runs in 8th doom Chicago Cubs

    During the eighth inning Tuesday in the Cubs' 6-2 loss to San Francisco, boos rained down on reliever Jeff Samardzija. It was really no different than the booing that greeted Derrek Lee, Milton Bradley, Kevin Gregg, Neal Cotts or several other Cubs at...
  • From the Cubicle

    In 1959 Mayor Richard J. Daley switched on the city's civil defense air-raid sirens when the White Sox clinched the pennant, sending Russian-fearing non-baseball fans into a frenzy. The Sox, up three games to one over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in...
  • Homer cookin'

    Homer cookin'
    Paul Konerko thought the curtain call that followed his third-inning home run Tuesday was something special. But "after seven curtain calls, it was no big deal," Konerko said after the White Sox gave a zealous sellout crowd of 40,717 a wide spectrum of...