Clubs meet going different directions

While the Cubs preach patience on the north side, the Sox are ready to attack

Updated: June 18, 2012, 2:20 PM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

CHICAGO -- Alfonso Soriano sat at his Wrigley Field locker before Friday's game against the Boston Red Sox, deftly stabbing at his cuticles with a long, pointed nail file.

Sorry, Sori-haters. He didn't draw any blood.

Soriano, the public scapegoat of Chicago Cubs fans' lingering misery, drew their ire again Saturday night when he failed to run out a dropped liner to third. It was a bang-bang play, but Soriano got booed for the rest of the game. Cubs manager Dale Sveum, who is trying ...

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