The Bears Ten Most Heartbreaking Losses to the Green Bay Packers

The Bears Ten Most Heartbreaking Losses to the Green Bay Packers
The Bears and Packers have played 189 times with each team winning 93, plus six ties. The Packers most recent victory tied the series. The Bears won the teams second meeting in 2015 to break a four game losing streak to Green Bay. That four game Packers streak was preceded by a six game Packers... Read more »

Chicago's Tributes to Craig Sager

Chicago's Tributes to Craig Sager
Earlier today NBA Broadcasting Legend Craig Sager passed away at the age of 65. Sager’s connections to Chicago are numerous. He grew up in Batavia, graduated from Northwestern where he was NU’s mascot Willie the Wildcat and his wife and now widow Stacy was a Luvabulls dancer. Sager fought a very public battle two and... Read more »

Tom Thibodeau's Ten Most Career Defining Moments

Tom Thibodeau's Ten Most Career Defining Moments
Tom Thibodeau returns to Chicago for the first time since being let go by John Paxson and Gar Forman at the end of the 2015 season. He returns to the place where his career began as a Head Coach. When the Bulls hired Thibodeau at the beginning of the 2010 season, the franchise was the... Read more »
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The World Series Has Brought out the Worst of Cubs and White Sox Fanbases

The World Series Has Brought out the Worst of Cubs and White Sox Fanbases
The World Series has brought out the Worst of the Cubs and White Sox fanbases. I had someone on social media tell me to Fuck Off when I pointed out that the majority of the White Sox and Red Sox fan bases were not alive when their teams had won the World Series prior to... Read more »

History of Chicago-Cleveland Sports Battles Began in 1887

History of Chicago-Cleveland Sports Battles Began in 1887
The Cubs-Indians World Series is being billed as a battle of two teams that have not won the World Series in a combined 176 years. There is a lot of history between Chicago and Cleveland on the Courts and Fields. Cleveland’s history with Chicago athletes dates to the Golden era of Cleveland sports in the... Read more »

Bears Roster Continues to be Made Over By Fox and Pace

Bears Roster Continues to be Made Over By Fox and Pace
When the Bears hired Ryan Pace and John Fox to turn the Bears around they had arguably one of the worst rosters in the NFL. In less than 20 months on the job they have almost completely overturned the roster. The Bears have only 12 players and six starters remaining from the Emery/Trestman regime. The... Read more »
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Dallas Tragedy Illustrates Larger Issues

Dallas Tragedy Illustrates Larger Issues
We are living in an age of hatred. The ambush that resulted in the death of five policemen in Dallas capped off an tragic week in the U.S. From the presidential election to social media and virtually every shooting, hatred has seemed to become the prevailing emotion. The entire country is hurting. At what point... Read more »

Concussion Legacy Foundation to Host 1985 Bears Panel

Concussion Legacy Foundation to Host 1985 Bears Panel
Head trauma in sports has become a major storyline over the last few years. Frontline had a two hour documentary on head trauma based on the Mark Fainaru-Wada and Steve Fainaru book “The League of Denial”, the Will Smith Bio pic Concussion on Dr. Bennett Omalu who discovered Cronic Traumatic Encephalopathy, and another documentary “Head... Read more »

Sports Human Interest Stories Push Me to Be at My Best

Sports Human Interest Stories Push Me to Be at My Best
Most sports fans follow the mundane and everyday grind of the season and post-season. What are the stories underneath all that? These are what pushes me to be at my best as a writer. I am at my best when I am inspired. As a writer that usually comes from stories that move me, are... Read more »
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White Sox Acquire Padres' Shields

White Sox Acquire Padres' Shields
White Sox Solidify Rotation With Veteran Starter The White Sox have acquired veteran Pitcher James Shields from San Diego. Shields is 2-7 this season with a 4.28 ERA. He has eight quality starts in 11 times taking the rubber this season. Starting pitcher Erik Johnson and international infielder Fernando Tatis Jr are heading to the... Read more »