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Gillaspie likely to be White Sox 3B to start 2014

With just 20 days remaining till Opening Day, the starting third baseman for the White Sox looks like it will be Conor Gillaspie. Gillaspie is in a battle with Jeff Keppinger and Matt Davidson for the opening day nod. The White Sox traded their closer Addison Reed for Matt Davidson in the offseason. Davidson is... Read more »

Bulls current roster primed for one last run

While stories about the tensions between the Chicago Bulls front office and coaching staff are still making headlines, the real focus should be on the current 2014 team. Derrick Rose will be returning to the court after missing the entire 2013 season to a ACL injury. Rose will return and team up with Joakim Noah,... Read more »

Bears get Week 1 win vs Bengals

Bears 24  Bengals 21 The Bears were able to secure a Week 1 win for themselves as well as get new head Coach Marc Trestman his first NFL victory. While there was some good and some bad, the Bears won a tough game vs. the Cincinnati Bengals. While there is definitely things to be concerned about,... Read more »

White Sox trade Jake Peavy for Avisail Garcia and 3 prospects

Rick Hahn’s phone is going to be busy till the 3pm non waiver trade deadline passes on Wednesday.  Don’t worry though, Hahn has his phone charger and his poker face on. It was a only a matter of time before pitcher Jake Peavy was traded and following Tuesday’s game a trade was announced. The White... Read more »

Does Jay Cutler have enough weapons to take next step?

Will Jay Cutler have enough weapons this year? That is the question Bears fans ask each year since his arrival in 2009. There has never been a question on Cutler’s talent, but it’s always been will he mature and take that next step? While Cutler’s mechanics have been criticized, rightful so, the talent around him... Read more »

Top things to watch for during Bears Training Camp

  Chicago Bears Training Camp starts this week in Bourbonnais. Players report tomorrow with the first practice beginning on Friday. It will be the first camp under new head coach Marc Trestman and is expected to be a much different camp then his predecessor Lovie Smith ran. While a lot of talk is about how... Read more »

Hahn should "retool", not rebuild with the White Sox

The 2013 Chicago White Sox are hard to watch. Inconsistent offense, sloppy defense, and overall poor play have them sitting at 33-47. They are 14 below .500 and are 10.5 GB of the Detroit Tigers.  A poor June, where they won 8 out 26, sealed the White Sox fate for year. This team isn’t winning... Read more »

No roster purge for Blackhawks, but changes likely

While the Stanley Cup makes it trip around town, fans flock to stores to purchase memorabilia, and parade routes are planned the Chicago Blackhawks will quickly move to planning for next season. After Friday’s parade celebration, GM Stan Bowman will begin preparing his next championship team. While the Blackhawks do not have to purge their... Read more »

Bickell and Stalberg heading in different directions with Blackhawks

  The 2013 Stanley Cup Finals begins tonight in Chicago. The Chicago Blackhawks will face the Boston Bruins in a series that is expected to be close matched. While the postseason has been exciting, two players for the Blackhawks that are heading in opposite directions are Bryan Bickell and Viktor Stalberg. While Bickell has gained... Read more »

Should the White Sox break up this current roster?

A 28-34 record doesn’t give a front office or a fan base much to get excited about.  A team that ranks 25th in average, 28th in OBP, and 27th in RBI’s shows an anemic offense. Injuries to key starters Gavin Floyd and Jake Peavy only add to the problems GM Rick Hahn in facing. While... Read more »