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Hahn Moves Fortify White Sox Future

Hahn Moves Fortify White Sox Future
Since taking over as the General Manager in 2012, Rick Hahn has made a variety of moves to upgrade the White Sox. After a successful 2012 season, the White Sox had optimism heading into 2013. A 99 loss season with a largely veteran team necessitated moving the team in different direction. He has made a... Read more »

Derrick Rose and Chicago's Ten Most Injury Prone and Fragile Athletes

Derrick Rose and Chicago's Ten Most Injury Prone and Fragile Athletes
Derrick Rose’s comeback lasted ten games. After sitting out all of the 2012-13 season, Rose injured the medial meniscus in his right knee 19 months after tearing the ACL in his left. Per Espn’s Darren Rovell Rose has made $41 million in the last three seasons and played in only 50 games. In Rose’s first... Read more »

Kenny Williams 15 Biggest Trades

Kenny Williams 15 Biggest Trades
The recent announcement of Kenny Williams promotion to executive vice president of the White Sox ends an often polarizing 12 year tenure as the White Sox General Manager. Under his guidance the White Sox saw themselves as contenders every season and his moves reflected that. Williams was often criticized as being too aggressive. His detractors... Read more »
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Top Five Chicago Sports Stories for the Week Ahead: Aug 6-12, 2012

White Sox Continue Home Stand After winning two of three against the Angels, the White Sox continue their home stand against the worst post All-Star game in the AL Kansas City Royals and the AL Wild Card leading Oakland A’s. The White Sox begin the week with a 1.5 game lead over the Tigers for... Read more »

Top Five Chicago Sports Stories to Watch: July 3-August 5

Francisco Liriano Makes his White Sox Debut Tuesday Kenny Williams seems to mastered the art of the shocking trade at the deadline. Jose Contreras, Jake Peavy and Edwin Jackson were all acquired under the radar at or near the trade deadline. In the last month, Williams has acquired former All-Stars Kevin Youkilis, Brett Myers and... Read more »

The Top Five Stories to Watch 7/23-29

Bears Begin Training Camp The Bears open training camp on Wednesday in Bourbonnais. The 2012 season begin with optimism the highest its been since the Bears last Superbowl appearance after the 2006 season. Question do abound as the Bears begin their tenth season under Lovie Smith. The biggest question is how much the offensive line... Read more »
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Five Stories to Watch for the Week Beginning July 16.

Bears Close to Signing Forte to an Extension Multiple reports say that the Bears and Forte are close on a contract extension. If they do re-sign him, it will be close to the 3p Monday deadline for franchise players. If they cannot reach an agreement by the Monday deadline, Forte would be paid $7.74 Million... Read more »

5 Questions Facing the White Sox for the Second Half

Can the Rookies Keep It Up? The White Sox rookies are a big reason why they have a three game lead at the All-Star break. This year’s White Sox team can be compared to the 1990 team that had a lot of young contributors. Nate Jones, Hector Santiago and Addison Reed have given the White... Read more »

Five Biggest Sports Stories for the Week Beginning July 9th

Chicago’s All-Stars Chicago is sending six players to the All-Star Game in Kansas City on Tuesday. The White Sox originally landed the triumvirate of Paul Konerko, Chris Sale and Adam Dunn. They easily could have had more. Many feel that A.J. Pierzynski was snubbed. The White Sox announced during the eighth inning on Sunday that... Read more »
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Top Five Chicago Sports Stories for the Week of June 4-10, 2012

Top Five Chicago Sports Stories for the Week of June 4-10, 2012
White Sox Home Struggles Continue The White Sox 17-9 road record is the best in baseball. At home they have struggled, going just 16-18. After a nine game home stand, the White Sox head back to the road with series at St. Louis and the Dodgers this week. They were outscored 52-41 in their most... Read more »
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