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Ten Reasons to be Thankful in Chicago Sports

Ten Reasons to be Thankful in Chicago Sports
Although it has been a tough year in Chicago Sports except for the Blackhawks, we have a lot to be thankful for. We live in one of the best cities in the world to be fan, participant or weekend warrior. Here is my list of what to be thankful for in Chicago Sports. The Lakefront... Read more »

A Dozen Memorable Moments in the Crosstown Classic (BP Cup)

A Dozen Memorable Moments in the Crosstown Classic (BP Cup)
Prior to the inauguration of interleague play in 1997, the White Sox and Cubs played an exhibition game off and on in many incarnations. Those games had some memorable moments. Including a Michael Jordan game winning double down the third base line at Wrigley Field in 1994 and Steve Lyons playing all nine positions. The... Read more »

The Five Most Important White Sox For the Last Month of the Season

As the White Sox begin the home stretch of the season in first place, they have gotten to where they are with contributions from the entire team. As with any team some players are a bigger key than others. Chris Sale Sale has been talked about as a potential Cy Young award candidate. Others have... 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 »