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The Cubs' Kerry Wood, who's only 20, used a searing heater and sharp breaking balls to strike out 20 Astros in perhaps the most dominant pitching performance in baseball history
National League Kerry Wood and Mark Prior stymied Atlanta, while Marlin mania struck in Miami
They are a study in contrasts, Kerry Wood and Mark Prior, the Chicago Cubs' young aces. At 26 Wood is already battle-scarred, having labored ...
Enjoy It While It Lasts Wunderkind fireballers, like Kerry Wood, often burn out early
Kerry Wood, meet Charlie Sweeney. And Karl Spooner, James RodneyRichard, Herb Score, Dwight Gooden, Harry Krause and even ...
4 Chicago Cubs The loss of Kerry Wood cast a pall over an otherwise positive preseason
Kerry Wood laughed aboutbeing a pop star. (He's featured on cans of cola.) Yes, itseemed a very good time to be a Cub, seeing that every ...
The surprising Cubs are banking on Mark Prior and Kerry Wood to end their championship drought
When Bad Things Happen To Good Arms SOME OF THE BEST PITCHING ARMS OF OUR GENERATION HAVE BEEN TORN, POPPED OR SHREDDED, BUT MORE AND MORE OF THEM ARE BEING SCOPED, SCRAPED OR SEARED BACK INTO SHAPE
1. THE PHENOM Kerry Wood's cherished right arm looks as if it has been in afarm-machine accident. The soft underside of the forearm hasthree scars laid down ...
The Best Player You Never Saw
In clubhouses from Class A to the majors, even superstars such as Albert Pujols still speak in awe of the promise of Brian Cole
State Of Grace From the unique perspective of first baseman and eternal optimist Mark Grace, an appreciation of the Chicago Cubs' singular season
In theChicago Cubs' first series of the season, at Florida, Grace washit so hard by a fastball ... Kerry Wood struck out 20 batters in a single game, and beloved
The Muscle Murders
When Bertil Fox, a former Mr. Universe, was arrested for double homicide last year, he became only the latest accused murderer among hard-core bodybuilders, whose subculture is a volatile mix of fragile egos, economic hardship and anabolic steroid abuse
Chicago Hope In a decade marked by mediocrity, the Cubs are giving their fans reason to believe they can look forward to a summer that finally matters
Righthander Kerry Wood had the ball. Yesterday was ancient history. The Cubs were going great. "There's a special buzz around the ballpark when he pitches,"