Cubs, Mets battle in game two

Fresh off a nice win in the series opener against the New York Mets, the Chicago Cubs came into tonights game hoping for some more of the same. Nice at-bats, productive outs, and a stellar defense. The Mets weren't going down without a fight, however. The Mets scored first, off of a solo home run... Continue Reading →

Cubs take the “W” in opener against Mets

Following the sweep from the Brewers, the Chicago Cubs really needed a win. The Cubbies came into the series opener against the New York Mets fresh from a day off, and one could tell they used that day wisely. They came out energized, smiling, and ready to start a new winning streak. Ben Zobrist led... Continue Reading →

Bears WR Kevin White going on injured reserve with a broken shoulder

Wide receiver Kevin White left the Bears home opener in the fourth quarter with a left shoulder injury and didn’t return. Chicago Bears head coach John Fox told reporters Monday that wide reciever Kevin White broke his left shoulder and will be going on injured reserve. Fox noted that surgery is a possibility. “My heart... Continue Reading →

Cubs get swept by Brewers

The Chicago Cubs came into the series closer against the Milwaukee Brewers fighting for their lives. They were trying to not get swept, trying to snap their losing streak, and trying to widen their lead and stay on top in the National League Central. The Cubbies got the early lead thanks to a Rene Rivera... Continue Reading →

Cubs snap 3 game skid!

The Chicago Cubs came into game three of their set against the Pittsburgh Pirates hoping to snap their losing streak. Starting pitcher Jose Quintana did a very nice job on the mound tonight, going 6 innings, giving up 6 hits and allowing no runs. This was his second quality start in a row, so things... Continue Reading →

Cubs drop game two against Pirates

The Chicago Cubs, fresh off of Monday's embarrassing loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates, came into the second game of the series hoping that it wouldn't happen again. And it didn't. At least when it came to getting shut out. The Cubs struck first thanks to a Ben Zobrist bringing in Jon Jay with a sac... Continue Reading →

Bears’ first 53-man roster for the 2017 season

Quarterback: Mike Glennon, Mark Sanchez, Mitch Trubisky Running back: Jordan Howard, Tarik Cohen, Jeremy Langford, Benny Cunningham, Michael Burton Wide receiver: Kevin White, Kendall Wright, Markus Wheaton, Josh Bellamy, Deonte Thompson Tight end: Zach Miller, Dion Sims, Adam Shaheen, Daniel Brown, Ben Braunecker Offensive line: Charles Leno Jr., Kyle Long, Cody Whitehair, Josh Sitton, Bobby Massie, Hroniss Grasu, Tom... Continue Reading →

Cubs bring the power to beat Braves

The Chicago Cubs and Atlanta Braves duked it out in game three of their series today. This was going to be a game where every run truly did matter. Starting pitcher Jon Lester, fresh off his DL stint, got off to really rough start. In the first inning, the lead off man hit a single,... Continue Reading →

Cubs, Braves battle in game 2 of series

Going into the second game of the series against the Atlanta Braves, the Chicago Cubs were looking for their 5th straight win. Starting pitcher John Lackey had a much better outing than his previous one. He allowed the lead off man to hit a single in the first inning, followed by a wild pitch, which... Continue Reading →

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