1. Matt Garza Added To Chicago Cubs' Rotation in Trade With Tampa Bay Rays

    According to ESPNChicago.com, Matt Garza is going to the North Side of Chicago. The 27-year-old starting pitcher was put on the trading block by the Rays in an attempt to re-tool their organization...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 4 years ago 470 reads 2 comments

  2. 2011 NFL Playoffs: Who Do the Chicago Bears Want To Play?

    While the Bulls and Blackhawks are both at about halfway through their respective seasons, the Chicago Bears are still the talk of the town...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 4 years ago 3,433 reads 6 comments

  3. Blackhawks' (Lack Of) Penalty Kill Costs Them Game to Dallas

    The Chicago Blackhawks could really learn from that old acronym, K.I.S.S.—Keep It Simple, Stupid...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 4 years ago 139 reads 2 comments

  4. Corey Crawford, Chicago Blackhawks: Rookie Goalie Wrestles Away Starting Role

    Antti Niemi was a nobody at the beginning of last year. Nobody had heard of the Finnish goalie when he made his NHL debut in his home country in October of 2009...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 4 years ago 1,195 reads 6 comments

  5. Chicago Blackhawks Live and (Almost) Die By the Sword

    The Chicago Blackhawks proved to the NHL that there's a reason they're the No. 1 team in the league on the power play. They also proved that taking penalties late in a game can really hurt your chances at winning a game...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 4 years ago 262 reads 0 comments

  6. Chicago Blackhawks Down Oilers in Statement Win

    It appears that the starting goaltender position is Cristobal Huet's to lose going into a huge game Thursday against the NHL's point-leading San Jose Sharks...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 5 years ago 134 reads 5 comments

  7. Chicago Cubs Sign Chad Tracy To Minor League Deal

    The Chicago Cubs made their second free agent signing of the day, and it's been a busy day in MLB overall on the Hot Stove. The Cubs signed former Arizona Diamondbacks infielder Chad Tracy according to a report from espnchicago...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 5 years ago 390 reads 0 comments

  8. Xavier Nady a Chicago Cub, Pending Physical

    The Chicago Cubs have found their fourth outfielder, and it's not Jonny Gomes or Jermaine Dye. Xavier Nady signed a one year deal worth $3.3 million pending a physical according to Yahoo! Sports (Once again, David Kaplan has failed me)...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 5 years ago 548 reads 0 comments

  9. Chicago Cubs Recap: The Sophomore Slump

    Anybody who comes off of a stellar rookie season has got to believe that he's invincible. Cubs' catcher Geovany Soto was the National League Rookie of the Year in 2008 following a season where he hit ...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 5 years ago 248 reads 2 comments

  10. Chiacgo Cubs Recap: Jermaine Dye or Jonny Gomes?

    I finally decided to start writing some Chicago Cubs articles again for Bleacher Report. Since my absence on B/R, the Cubs disappointed me and the rest of Cub Nation by finishing in second place ...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 5 years ago 623 reads 10 comments

  11. Cubs-Braves: Incredible Start for Randy Wells Spoiled by Bullpen

    To say that Randy Wells was fantastic would be an understatement. He was completely in control of all his pitches. He took a no-hitter into the seventh inning, and practically guaranteed his ...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 5 years ago 102 reads 1 comments

  12. Cubs-Dodgers: Cubs Split Four Game Series with MLB's Best Team

    The Chicago Cubs look like they have started to take away some of the question marks surrounding this team...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 5 years ago 126 reads 0 comments

  13. Cubs-Dodgers: Hot Bats Cooling Off Already? Dodgers Defeat Cubs 2-1

    The bats were finally heating up, they had won two games in a row. And, as Bob Brenly said, "they watched the Dodgers do their thing." The Dodgers "thing" is great ground ball pitching, and small-ball baseball...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 5 years ago 62 reads 2 comments

  14. Cubs Recap: Hoffpauir 'Slams' Cubs Over Los Angeles Dodgers

    On a beautiful day that had hints of spring in the air here in the Chicagoland area reminded us a lot of a gorgeous April or May day when the Cubs would be playing some baseball. Well, it's not April, it's February...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about almost 6 years ago 124 reads 0 comments

  15. 2008 Year in Review: The Chicago Cubs

    Lou Piniella brought the worst team in the NL Central to the top of the NL Central in just one season. He was ready to bring the Cubs to back to back playoff appearances for the first time in 100 years...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about 6 years ago 173 reads 2 comments

  16. Cubs Recap: Jim Hendry Needs Only To Look to Iowa For Power Lefty

    It is completely beyond me why the Cubs are willing to bring in a player who will sacrifice good defense for good offense, when they have that type of player in house already...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about 6 years ago 487 reads 11 comments

  17. Cubs Recap: No Free Agent Arbitrations

    Are the Cubs really ready to break ties with Kid-K? It appears so. When the arbitration offer deadline last night at 10:59 pm CT rolled around, the Cubs had yet to offer it to any of their six year free agents...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about 6 years ago 304 reads 6 comments

  18. Bears-Vikings: Top Three Reasons Minnesota Destroyed the Bears

    There have been quite a few games this season where the Chicago Bears just couldn't get it done within the final minutes of the game. This week, the game ended a lot sooner...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about 6 years ago 246 reads 0 comments

  19. Cubs Recap: Both Chicago Teams Lose, One More Fortunate

    Both Chicago teams are on home-stands right now. While both teams won and Friday, then both lost on Saturday, I'd say one team is breathing a little easier...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 6 years ago 207 reads 2 comments

  20. Cubs Recap: Edmonds Propels Cubs Over His Former Team

    As I walked into Wrigley Field yesterday, I'd say that about 1/3 of the fans there were either Cardinals fans or Red Sox fans (Hard to tell some of the red shirts apart)...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 6 years ago 149 reads 2 comments

  21. Cubs-Orioles: Chicago Doomed By a Lack of Patience in the Ninth

    The Baltimore Orioles had taken a 7-1 lead. I looked over to my brother and we agreed we'd rather watch the game at home and hope for a comeback there...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 6 years ago 372 reads 7 comments

  22. Chicago Cubs and One Fan's Withdrawal

    I have not sat down and watched my beloved Cubbies win a game in nearly three weeks. On June 8, I left for Bosnia and came back on the June 17...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 6 years ago 246 reads 3 comments

  23. Chicago Cubs: Ten in a Row? .500 on the Road? Another Sweep?

    The Comeback Cubbies did it again last night. At one point, the Padres were leading the Cubs three to one. But the Cubs weren't going to see their longest winning streak since 2001 come to a halt from the second worst team in the NL West...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 6 years ago 293 reads 9 comments

  24. Chicago Cubs Go for Number Nine in Winning Streak

    The Cubs extended their streak to eight in a row last night (early this morning). The Cubs are holding on to the best record in Major League Baseball, and with the way the Cubs offense ...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 6 years ago 465 reads 8 comments

  25. Can the Chicago Cubs Make it Eight in a Row?

    The Chicago Cubs have won seven in a row, and they have the best record in Major League Baseball. They have the best batting average in the league, they have the most runs scored in the league...

    Andy  Miller Written by Andy Miller about over 6 years ago 375 reads 7 comments