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Tribune staff reporterMost of the Cubs weren't born when Willie Smith hit his game-winning home run on Opening Day of the 1969 season, and neither were many of the fans in the newly renovated bleachers on Saturday afternoon at Wrigley Field. But just as Smith's two-run shot...
Tags: Scott Rolen, Ryan Dempster, John Mabry, Derrek Lee, Chicago Cubs
While Paul Sullivan power-loafs in Uptown, Chicago's own Jeff Garlin pinch-hits with a very special edition of Ask Jeff. Here's Jeff's take on Prior vs. Zambrano, trade talk and whatever happened to the 'ol squeeze? What's up Jeff? Who do you think...
Tags: Adolf Hitler, Jeff Garlin, World Series, Kerry Wood, Kevin Brown
WatchdogESPN's Rick Reilly on the guy with the most unusual sportswriting assignment in the history of the Super Bowl. Speaking of ESPN and The Big Game . . . click below for 2,100 words on the network's plans for covering......
Manual refresh | Auto refresh | Jump to current inning Nothing against John Danks. His performance at Wrigley last Friday was great, at least off the field. But Mark Buehrle, besides being back to his old self (maybe?), is nice and efficient. In...
Tribune pro football reporterDan Hampton's day in the 93-degree sun fittingly began in a parade where he sat in a car with presenter Ed O'Bradovich between two high school marching bands. Hampton might have been just as happy playing the saxophone he reluctantly gave up in 11th...
Tribune staff reporterIf Chad Hutchinson has a role model these days, it should be Virgil Carter. The parallels abound. In 1968, Carter, like Hutchinson on Sunday, was the fourth quarterback of the season for the struggling Bears. He came out of nowhere (in Carter's case,...
Latimes.com ColumnistThe San Diego football team has seized first place in the AFC West this year with carefully coached, uniquely aggressive defensive men who attack not the players in the offensive line but the gaps between those players. Up and down the line, as the...
Tribune staff reporterWalking slowly off the field Sunday at 3Com Park after the Bears' humbling 49-7 loss to the 49ers, Brian Urlacher seldom looked up and never removed his helmet. His team didn't show up during the game, and Urlacher felt ashamed to show his face after it....
Tags: Chicago Bears, Jeff Garcia, Terry Jackson, Bill George, Football
- denotes a movie to watch. "Lost Souls" (director: Janusz Kaminski). More devilish doings, with Winona Ryder trying to save the world from the Satanic invasion of Ben Chaplin'sbody. The director is Spielberg's cinematographer and a local Columbia...
Tribune Staff WriterOn the day after this Super Bowl, Ray Lewis was a family man and the Baltimore Ravens were America's Family. The Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl XXXV, hoarse from staying up all night to celebrate, said Monday his greatest joy after Sunday night's 34-...
Tribune staff reporterDez White posted the first two-touchdown game of his three-year career Sunday and did it with a little bit of schoolyard flair. White's 76-yard touchdown pass from Chris Chandler on the game's second play was little more than a "run-and-get-open play,...
Tribune staff reporterMike Singletary marched proudly onto the new Soldier Field for pregame introductions Monday night, hoisting a football toward a crowd hoping for a night of magic. Other Bears greats like Dick Butkus and Dan Hampton followed closely behind, but Singletary...
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