Cubs drop second game against Arizona

The Chicago Cubs and the Arizona Diamondbacks were back at it for the second game of the series. But more importantly, with Jon Lester pitching tonight, perhaps the biggest question on fans minds' was how was he going to do with not having Willson Contreras as his catcher? Lester did a pretty decent job. He... Continue Reading →

Chicago Cubs win series opener against D-Backs

Going into the series against the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Chicago Cubs were hoping to bounce back after dropping the series finale against the San Francisco Giants. But more importantly, they were trying to learn how to play without their ace Willson Contreras. It also was a (bad) trip down memory lane for Kyle Schwarber, as... Continue Reading →

Mitch Trubisky Steals the Show

The Chicago Bears lost their first preseason game against the Denver Broncos, last night. It was a 24-17 thriller that came down to the wire. I have never been on the edge of my seat watching the Bears play a preseason game, yet that is exactly where I found myself. It didn't start out pretty,... Continue Reading →

Glennon Flops, Trubisky Shines in Preseason Opener

CHICAGO, IL- The Bears fell to the Denver Broncos 24-17 at Soldier Field Thursday night, but the final score will be the last thing on the minds of Bears fans. After starting quarterback Mike Glennon left much to be desired with a dismal first quarter performance, the Bears quarterback of the future dominated the Broncos... Continue Reading →

3 Things to Look for in the Bears Preseason Opener

CHICAGO,IL- After a six month hiatus, football is finally back, and tonight the Bears kick off their four game preseason slate at home against the Denver Broncos. While few things in sports are over analyzed more than preseason football, the next four games do serve a purpose. These games give the coaching staff a look... Continue Reading →

Gonzalez Shines as Sox Dominate Astros

The White Sox continued their strong play in the second game of a three game set against the AL West leading Astros as Naperville native Collin McHugh took the hill for the Astros young Sox righty Miguel Gonzalez. The Astros entered the series with the best road record in the majors but after falling 8... Continue Reading →

Derrick Rose donates money to man walking to D.C. to stop Chicago’s violence

Former Bulls star and current Cavs point guard Derrick Rose has donated $7,000 through a GoFundMe page to a man walking from Chicago to Washington, D.C. to help raise awareness to stop gun violence, according to Kelly Bauer of DNA Info. Demetrius Nash who is from Bronzeville is hoping that his walk from Chicago To D.C.... Continue Reading →

Cubs, Giants duel in 2016 NLDS rematch

The Chicago Cubs and the San Francisco Giants met for the first time at AT&T park since game 4 of the 2016 NLDS. We know how that ended (spoiler, the Cubbies won, and proceeded to win the World Series. The Giants were hoping for some redemption after that last meeting, and The Cubs were also... Continue Reading →

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