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  • Longtime Zimmer friend shares fond memories

    Longtime Zimmer friend shares fond memories
    Roger Craig's association with Don Zimmer dated back to their days in the Brooklyn Dodgers' organization in the 1950s as teammates and continued as they managed against each other into the early 1990s. Craig often saw a fiery and amusing side of Zimmer,...
  • Blackhawks take batting practice at Wrigley Field

    Blackhawks take batting practice at Wrigley Field
    Bryan Bickell swung the bat with authority, and Patrick Sharp said Friday's experience brought back memories of playing baseball during his youth. The pair joined Blackhawks teammates Michal Handzus and Sheldon Brookbank to take batting practice at...
  • White Sox super summer surfacing on South Side

    White Sox super summer surfacing on South Side
    In a cool commercial released Friday night, the White Sox sell the idea that U.S. Cellular Field during the ninth inning has become Chicago's new baseball hot spot. That's when the Sox have won an American League-leading six games in their final at-...
  • Cubs sign top pick Schwarber

    Cubs sign top pick Schwarber
    PITTSBURGH — Kyle Schwarber immediately headed to Boise to start his professional career after agreeing Wednesday to a $3.125 million bonus with the Cubs. And manager Rick Renteria, a former first round pick of the Pirates who spent 10 seasons...
  • Cubs' 5-game winning streak comes to an end

    Cubs' 5-game winning streak comes to an end
    Cubs manager Rick Renteria cautioned there would be hiccups along the way, and sure enough, the Cubs experienced one Sunday. The Marlins scored twice in the eighth inning off Pedro Strop to escape with a 4-3 victory and snap the last-place Cubs' season-...
  • Cubs honor centenarian at last

    Cubs honor centenarian at last
    Two months late, but a century in the making, Louis Reinhart crossed the Wrigley Field grass Sunday and dropped the game ball on the pitcher's mound. The 100-year-old retired farmer, still too young to have seen the Cubs win a World Series, was supposed...
  • Just in time, Cubs rediscover their losing ways

    Just in time, Cubs rediscover their losing ways
    Thank goodness the Cubs got back to being the Cubs. I have no idea what they were doing winning – a season-high five games in a row – but they had to stop that. And on Sunday, mercifully, they did. They failed to hit in the clutch and they...
  • Agent's free advice: Bring Kris Bryant to majors

    Agent's free advice: Bring Kris Bryant to majors
    It's no secret the Cubs don't plan to bring up Kris Bryant this season, preferring to let their top-hitting prospect progress at Triple-A Iowa while Luis Valbuena and Mike Olt man third base in the majors. They haven't veered from their plan for any...
  • Wayne Newton brings the show on the river?

    Wayne Newton brings the show on the river?
    Mr. Las Vegas briefly became Mr. Chicago on Friday. Wayne Newton visited WGN-TV in the morning and performed “Danke Schoen” on a boat on the Chicago River. Later, Newton and a group of backup singers performed at the marquee outside...
  • Menswear industry in throes of dynamic era

     Menswear industry in throes of dynamic era
    Mario Caston walked out of Allen Edmonds on Michigan Avenue one recent afternoon wearing new Neumok wingtips in distressed brown leather — not to be confused with the old Neumok wingtips he was carrying in a shopping bag, or the four other pairs...
  • Rizzos make Nationals a son-father operation

    Rizzos make Nationals a son-father operation
    Like many of us, Mike Rizzo's love of baseball was passed down from his father. Whether playing catch, watching games on TV or heading out to Wrigley Field or old Comiskey Park, Rizzo's passion for the game became part of his DNA. Many years later, he...
  • June 15 a date to remember -- in Cubs infamy

    June 15 a date to remember -- in Cubs infamy
    On June 15, 1964, with his team enjoying an off day, Cubs second baseman Joey Amalfitano heard a knock on the door of his Schiller Park apartment. Old pal Ernie Broglio was there with a suitcase and a smile, which baffled Amalfitano because his former...