The former White Sox manager returns to Chicago with the Miami Marlins to face the Cubs
Will Ryne Sandberg replace Lou Piniella as the Cubs’ manager?
Yesterday Rick Morrissey was all like CUBS NEED TO PANIC NOW. I dunno – I couldn’t help but be reminded of a Chris DeLuca column from last week, which I thought was a pretty compelling breakdown of what’s gone wrong for the Cubs this year – their tinkering in the wake of last year’s playoffs […]
The Cubs’ hopes for 2009 are expressed in an embrace between Lou Piniella and Milton Bradley.
New Cubs right fielder Milton Bradley and the critics
How much blame or credit goes to Lou Piniella and Ozzie Guillen?
Alfonso Soriano leads the Cubs by leading off: I told you so.
The Cubs and their fans savor their likely division win between the struggle of the regular season and the pressure of the playoffs.
Ozzie Guillen–what else?–spouts off in an interview with the Sporting News.
Both Chicago baseball managers lose their cool — but with different causes and aims.
With Big Z’s big win Wednesday night (three hits too!), a look back at last week’s “bubble gum thing” incident.
Lou Piniella might be old-school, but in his bullpen usage he’s following the new baseball book espoused by statheads.
Can Ozzie Guillen be as innovative as Lou Piniella in ironing out a lumpy lineup?
Lou Piniella says the Cubs are going to get better, but other, younger, more talented teams in the National League have the same plan.
Chicago sportswriters remember the latest Cubs disaster.