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  • Sports stars go to bat for Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch

    Sports stars go to bat for Harry Caray's 7th Inning Stretch
    Harry Caray's Restaurant Group once again teamed up with sports stars from the past and present (and a former “Desperate Housewives” actor) for the newest addition to the Harry Caray family. The Blackhawks' Patrick Kane, former Blackhawk...
  • Debating John Turturro on 'Fading Gigolo'

    Debating John Turturro on 'Fading Gigolo'
    This is a tale of two interviews. Well, two halves of the same interview. The first, sunnier half is the best reason to talk to John Turturro (whose “Fading Gigolo,” which he wrote, directed and stars in, opens Friday): He’s been part...
  • Cubs' mid-season top 20 prospect list

    Stop comparing Kyle Hendricks to Greg Maddux
  • 'Transformers' blows up on LaSalle Street

    'Transformers' blows up on LaSalle Street
    Some people will do just about anything to get a photo of "Transformers: Age of Extinction" filming, as proven by one double-decker tour bus driver Saturday in front of the Chicago Board of Trade building. The driver pulled out her camera phone while...
  • Speaking of Sports: How to fix the broken baseball playoff system & open thread

     
    We'll try this for a few Tuesday mornings to see if there's a comment constituency for regularly scheduled chatter about sports -- pro, college, recreational. Here's some chum for the waters: Major League Baseball's one-game play-in for each league's two....
  • Hey Cubs, why not hire Ozzie?

    Hey Cubs, why not hire Ozzie?
    Dale Sveum is out the door, Joe Girardi chose to stay in New York, and the Cubs are practically back to square one in their search for a new manager. The ultimate goal, one would think, is to pair a manager who develop and relate to players with the...
  • Marlins managers – year-by-year

    1993: Rene Lachemann, 64-98 1994: Rene Lachemann, 51-64* 1995: Rene Lachemann, 67-76* 1996: Rene Lachemann, 39-47; Cookie Rojas, 1-0; John Boles, 40-35 1997: Jim Leyland, 92-70 (won World Series) 1998: Jim Leyland, 54-108 1999: John Boles, 64-98...
  • Timeline: Major moments in the history of the Miami Marlins

    <b>Timeline:</b> Major moments in the history of the Miami Marlins
    Nov. 11, 2011: Florida Marlins become the Miami Marlins. Dec. 5, 2011: Closer Heath Bell is signed as a free agent for three years, $27 million. Dec. 7, 2011: Shortstop Jose Reyes signed as a free agent for six years, $106 million. Dec. 8, 2011: Left-...
  • Want to be Miami Marlins manager? Helps to have a Yankees background

    Want to be Miami Marlins manager? Helps to have a Yankees background
    Brad Ausmus has one thing going for him in this Marlins managerial search that no one seems to be talking about. His Yankees background. Of the six managers Jeffrey Loria has hired since becoming a big-league owner in the fall of 1999, four have...
  • Source: Mike Redmond in the lead, Brad Ausmus a 'serious' possibility for Miami Marlins (Updated 7:10 p.m.)

    Source: Mike Redmond in the lead, Brad Ausmus a 'serious' possibility for Miami Marlins (Updated 7:10 p.m.)
    This interview Mike Redmond is getting with the Miami Marlins tonight, as our Juan C. Rodriguez reported this afternoon, is no courtesy deal. Redmond's dugout experience may be limited to a couple of years in Class A, but the former Marlins catcher...
  • Loss of catching guru Tim Cossins another blow to Miami Marlins

    Video: Marlins catching on An even bigger loss than Ozzie Guillen this week for the Miami Marlins may have been Tim Cossins. You probably don't know the name, but Cossins, 42, has been the Marlins' minor league catching coordinator since 2007....
  • What is the Marlins Way anyway? Even Larry Beinfest isn't sure anymore

    Clearly, there is a Cardinals Way, one that sustains the St. Louis baseball franchise through the loss of respected executives (Walt Jocketty), Hall of Fame managers (Tony La Russa) and Hall of Fame sluggers (Albert Pujols). For the past decade-plus,...