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Chicago Sports What Ifs: The 30 Biggest in Chicago History

Chicago Sports What Ifs: The 30 Biggest in Chicago History
In the wake of Kerry Wood announcing his retirement from the Chicago Cubs, fans have engaged in a number of discussions surrounding Chicago sports. Over the last week, we’ve looked back at the biggest “What if” players and scenarios in each Chicago team’s history. Monday, we looked back at the five biggest “What if” players/scenarios... Read more »

Chicago Sports What Ifs: The 5 Biggest in Bears History

Chicago Sports What Ifs: The 5 Biggest in Bears History
In the wake of Kerry Wood announcing his retirement from the Chicago Cubs, fans have engaged in a number of discussions surrounding Chicago sports. Wood certainly left a lot of fans wondering what could have been had he stayed healthy, but Wood isn’t the greatest “What if” player in Chicago. In fact, there are a... Read more »

NFL Discipline is a Joke

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is clueless. Let me show you how. This hit from James Harrison of the Pittsburgh Steelers cost the linebacker $75,000. This punch from Raiders defensive lineman Richard Seymour cost him… $25,000. What? If you’re trying to figure out how what appears to be a typical football hit can cost a player... Read more »
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Celebrating Injuries: Tactful or Just Being a Fan?

On Tuesday morning, the Minnesota Twins revealed that their closer, Joe Nathan, had a torn ligament in his throwing arm and would likely be shut down for the 2010 season. The subsequent barrage of texts, tweets and comments from White Sox fans were overwhelmingly celebratory. As one Sox fan friend of mine put it, “Hell... Read more »
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