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Lou Brock

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  • Readers Q&A: Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag

    Readers Q&A: Paul Sullivan's Cubs mailbag
    Now that the Cubs have been mathematically eliminated from 2012 and 2013 postseason contention, how bare do you see Theo Epstein stripping the Cubs? Is he going to trade everything of value (Matt Garza, Geovany Soto), pay large chunks of salary (Alfonso...
  • Maury Wills among nine newcomers on 2010 Shrine of the Eternals ballot

     
    The 50-person 2010 ballot for the Baseball Reliquary Shrine of the Eternals has nine new names on it, including former Dodgers shortstop Maury Wills. New Yorker writer Roger Angell also returns to the ballot after an 11-year absence. Wills joins......
  • History on display at Fanfest

     
    One of the best sports moments I've experienced came at the 2010 All-Star Game's Fanfest. There in the case in front of me was the authentic retirement jersey of Jackie Robinson. Fans of guys named Babe Ruth, Ted Williams and......
  • `Sweet' Lou Piniella? Really?

     
    Many writers and broadcasters over the years have used the nickname "Sweet Lou" for the now-retired Cubs skipper, but why? He seems like a decent enough fellow -- on the gruff side, occasionally, and that emotional farewell yesterday was undeniably......
  • K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag

    K.C. Johnson's Bulls mailbag
    This is a big moment in this mailbag's history. Last season, a regular contributor and astute questioner asked one of the most burning--and obscure--questions in NBA history: Could Steve Kerr ever bench press 250 pounds? I never ran into Kerr last...
  • A neighborly weekend at the old ballpark

    It is 9:30 on a Friday morning. The first game of the series won't start for almost 10 hours. But the man who calls himself "the Atlanta Scalper" is already on a street corner midway between the old courthouse where Dred Scott sued for his freedom and...