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  • From the Cubicle: Earthquake edition

    From the Cubicle: Earthquake edition
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning We've moved past mountain lions to earthquakes in Chicago. What's next, an avalanche? Coastal seiche? The whole town's talking about the earthquake, the earthquake (sorry Webb Boys). It's all I've heard...
  • Improved Hill pitches Cubs to win

    Improved Hill pitches Cubs to win
    One problem solved, maybe. The second is still a work in progress. Rich Hill became the first Cubs left-hander to win a game this season, a day after Ted Lilly failed for the fourth time, but he needed a bullpen boost to get there. "That's a start in...
  • From the Cubicle: Never doubt Ronny Cedeno edition

    From the Cubicle: Never doubt Ronny Cedeno edition
    Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning I don't want to be too hard on Ronny Cedeno. To say the backup infielder has struggled with mental errors in the past is like saying Benny the Bull hasn't had the occasional legal problem. After getting a...
  • A star-crossed evening for Soriano

    A star-crossed evening for Soriano
    Cubs manager Lou Piniella was left without answers on Friday when trying to explain the puzzling pitching of Rich Hill and the clueless defensive play of Alfonso Soriano. While Soriano was able to make up for his defensive lapses with a game-tying, two-...
  • Another bad start for Cubs, another loss

    Another bad start for Cubs, another loss
    Sunday night's game in Busch Stadium began as a carbon copy of Rich Hill's first-inning implosion on Friday, only this time it was Jason Marquis playing the role of struggling starter with control issues. Like Friday night, it ended with the Cubs...
  • Cubs' Lieber allows 4 HRs in one inning

    Cubs' Lieber allows 4 HRs in one inning
    The seven home runs off three Cubs pitchers in Wednesday's 9-0 loss to Cincinnati traveled more than a half-mile and threatened to increase the hole in the ozone layer. Reds rookie first baseman Joey Votto smacked three home runs himself as Cincinnati...
  • Astros' Carlos Lee remains a Cubs killer

    Astros' Carlos Lee remains a Cubs killer
    Houston left fielder Carlos Lee has made a pretty good living as a Cubs killer, dating all the way back to his days on the South Side. And after being held to two singles and one RBI in the first two games of the series, Lee finally broke out Wednesday...
  • Ask Paul Sullivan

    This week's edition of Ask Paul explores Bob Brenly's critique of Alfonso Soriano's defense, the Jim Edmonds' conundrum, whether Carlos Marmol should be moved into the rotation, and how Paul picks the questions he answers: How strange is it that the...
  • Cubs top Padres, but some cracks showing

    Cubs top Padres, but some cracks showing
    Seldom has a Cubs team been linked to so many of its predecessors as the 2008 edition has been during the first two months of the season. Every day seems to bring about a new history lesson. Consider that the Cubs on Tuesday night were off to their best...
  • Cubs' home win streak ended by Orioles

    Cubs' home win streak ended by Orioles
    After making the long and winding trek from the visitors' clubhouse to the dugout late Tuesday afternoon, Baltimore third baseman Melvin Mora looked out at Wrigley Field and let out a big sigh. "It's already 1-0, Cubs," Mora said with a straight face,...
  • White Sox get sweep revenge on the Cubs

    White Sox get sweep revenge on the Cubs
    After receiving plenty of nasty e-mails a week ago, manager Ozzie Guillen had a pretty good feeling about the state of White Sox fans Sunday night. "It will be a different Monday in Chicago," Guillen said after the Sox exacted revenge with a 5-1...
  • Cubs take series finale from Cardinals

    In a 35-day stretch that ended Sunday on a steamy afternoon at Busch Stadium, the Cubs survived two West Coast trips, two City Series, a day trip from Toronto to Cooperstown to Tampa Bay, manager Lou Piniella's Tropicana Field homecoming and injuries to...