Bruce Miles, Daily Herald

Bruce Miles

Daily Herald

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Past articles by Bruce:

50 years later, Hawks' Game 7 loss to Canadiens still stings

It was 50 years ago that Montreal won Game 7 to beat the Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Final at the Stadium. → Read More

Why the legendary Hank Aaron meant so much to Milwaukee

Hank Aaron was a legendary baseball player, but he meant even more to Milwaukee and Wisconsin. "As great as a baseball player as he was, and he's probably top five, he was twice as great a man," says longtime Brewers beat writer Tom Haudricourt said. "He loved Milwaukee and Wisconsin, and they loved him right back." → Read More

Loyola upsets Illinois in 2nd round of NCAA Tournament

Loyola beat Illinois 71-58 and earns a trip to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament. → Read More

Ross expected to be candidate for Chicago Cubs opening

Former Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross thanked fired manager Joe Maddon on Twitter Sunday. Expect Ross' name to be brought up as a candidate to replace Maddon. → Read More

Chicago Cubs players voice support, gratitude for Maddon

Chicago Cubs players voiced their support and gratitude for Joe Maddon, who was let go as manager Sunday. → Read More

Maddon takes fall for multilevel Chicago Cubs failures

Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon took the fall Sunday for organizational failures on several levels, according to Daily Herald Cubs writer Bruce Miles. → Read More

Cubs hold on to top Cardinals, 8-6

The Chicago Cubs built a 6-0 lead Saturday night and held on for an 8-6 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium. → Read More

Cubs' Maddon hopes to learn fate before leaving St. Louis

Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon was set to meet with team president Theo Epstein late Saturday night, and Maddon could find out his fate with the team. → Read More

It will be hard to match WGN's Cubs legacy

WGN-TV has signed off as broadcasters of Chicago Cubs baseball, but "good ol' Channel 9" left a lasting legacy that will be hard to match. → Read More

Cubs finally snap 9-game losing skid with 8-2 drubbing of Cardinals

The Chicago Cubs snapped their nine-game losing streak as they beat the St. Louis Cardinals 8-2 Friday night at Busch Stadium. → Read More

If Cubs manager Maddon is gone, he's going out with a smile

If Joe Maddon is on his way out as manager of the Chicago Cubs, he's going out with a smile and with a sense of self pride. → Read More

Chicago Cubs' collapse right down there with worst in team history

The collapse of the 2019 Chicago Cubs will go down as the greatest in team history. → Read More

Road night games have been Cubs' kryptonite this season

The math is definitely working against the Cubs, and time and circumstance may be working against manager Joe Maddon. → Read More

Chicago Cubs' Zobrist, Maddon have some thoughts on Wrigley Field

Neither Chicago Cubs infielder Ben Zobrist nor manager Joe Maddon was getting too sentimental about Sunday's regular-season finale at Wrigley Field. → Read More

Cubs lose another close game late to Cardinals

Yu Darvish pitched into the ninth inning Sunday, but that was not enough to save the Chicago Cubs, who fell 3-2 to the St. Louis Cardinals, who scored twice in the top of the ninth. → Read More

Rizzo's surprise return inspiring to his Cubs teammates

Chicago Cubs first baseman's Anthony Rizzo's quick return from an ankle injury has both surprised and inspired his teammates. → Read More

Mills' solid spot start not enough for Cubs

The St. Louis Cardinals scored 2 runs in the sixth inning Friday and beat the Chicago Cubs 2-1 at Wrigley Field. → Read More

Rizzo returns but Cubs rally fizzles as Cards win 5-4

Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo returned to the lineup Thursday night after missing three games with an ankle sprain. → Read More

Rizzo makes surprise return to Cubs lineup

Anthony Rizzo was cleared to play and added to the lineup less than an hour before the Cubs opened a critical four-game series against the Cardinals Thursday -- after suffering a badly sprained ankle Sunday. → Read More

With Cardinals on deck, Cubs lose 3-2 to Reds in extras

The Chicago Cubs will be ready to get it on with the St. Louis Cardinals in a four-game series beginning Thursday night at Wrigley Field. → Read More