A triple-homer game, and a triple pair of triples game, take your pick
Another long game vs. the Red Sox
One sneaky-good waiver-wire pickup, one less impactful
Milestone homers, and trades made (and not)
The theme for this lesson: Ron Schueler
The end-of-spring deals, they just keep coming
The South Siders collect their first of two 1982 Laws
Pete Rose begins his ascendance to greatness
A value signing that turned ugly
The South Siders unearth a gem in a winter — yes, winter — draft
Two disastrous deals
Another three-team swap knocks on Rick Hahn’s door
The Rock gets shipped out, in a flop of a deal
Two awards, and three manager hires
A new GM, new cover, and soon-to-be new closer
Three out of four ain’t bad.
A first, under the lights.
Michael Jordan hangs up his spikes — but not for the reason you think
A double steal by Ron Schueler helped key an unexpected division championship.
Bringing in Steve Sax, and shedding David Wells.
A hole in right field is filled ... temporarily
"Sports is a business of failure. Only one team is going to win every year. But the fact that you finished second or third or fourth, it doesn't mean you had a bad year." -Jerry Reinsdorf