1. Michael Vick: Did Roger Goodell Tell Him to Sign with the Philadelphia Eagles?

    NFL commissioner Roger Goodell may have played a hand in Michael Vick signing with the Philadelphia Eagles . In a recent interview, Vick spoke to GQ Magazine about how he became an Eagle after being released from prison in 2009...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 249 reads 0 comments

  2. Tom Ricketts to Address Chicago Cubs: Chicago Should Be Ready for Same Old Story

    According to ESPNChicago.com , Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts will publicly address the current state of the organization within the next ten days. What does that mean for Cubs fans? Brace yourselves...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 886 reads 5 comments

  3. Top 5 Things Carlos Zambrano Can Do During His 30-Day Suspension

    Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Carlos Zambrano is going to have a little extra free time on his hands. Thirty days worth to be exact...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 1,700 reads 3 comments

  4. Carlos Zambrano Considers Retirement: Chicago Cubs Should Gladly Pack His Bags

    I couldn't watch the Cubs game tonight, but when I flipped on the highlights I wasn't surprised to see that another Carlos Zambrano meltdown was the top story. Such has become the norm during his 11 seasons with the Cubs...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 945 reads 17 comments

  5. Bud Norris: Is the Young Houston Astros Starter the Next Cliff Lee?

    Philadelphia Phillies starter Cliff Lee has clearly established himself as one of the best pitchers in MLB , but it wasn’t always that way. It was just four years ago that he sported a 6...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 1,336 reads 7 comments

  6. Mike Quade: Another Example of Why the Chicago Cubs Manager Doesn't Have a Clue

    Chicago Cubs manager Mike Quade has been saying strange things all season, and his comments about the Washington Nationals on Tuesday did little to prove his sanity...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 541 reads 8 comments

  7. Adam Dunn: Chicago White Sox DH To Change Offseason Routine

    Chicago White Sox designated hitter Adam Dunn told Ozzie Guillen on Tuesday that he is going to take batting practice this offseason . You heard it right, Adam Dunn is going to use the offseason to try and get better...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 778 reads 1 comments

  8. Tim Tebow: Denver Broncos Quarterback Isn't Going to Quit, so Criticize Away

    From Merril Hoge to middle school football coaches, it seems like everyone is quick to criticize Tim Tebow ’s pursuit of being an NFL quarterback. Fortunately, even though Tebow has heard the critics, he hasn’t listened...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 1,050 reads 40 comments

  9. Tyler Colvin: Cubs Outfielder Hits Home Run in Pittsburgh, Gives Chicago Hope

    Tyler Colvin ’s performance last night (3-for-5, HR) against the Pirates not only helped the Cubs to an 11-6 win, but also gave the team a glimmer of hope...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 576 reads 6 comments

  10. 2012 MLB Draft: 5 Pitchers the Chicago Cubs Could Take in the First Round

    You know that you’re having a miserable season when you start thinking about next year’s draft just after the All-Star break. Such is the case for the Cubs ...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 1,536 reads 0 comments

  11. MLB Rumors: Chicago Cubs' Tom Ricketts and Pat Gillick in Talks

    Wednesday morning in Chicago started in just as many others have this summer. Hot and fresh off another Cubs loss. Last night’s loss to the Phillies was as painful as any...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 569 reads 5 comments

  12. Rodrigo Lopez: Chicago Cubs Have Finally Found Their Ace in the Hole

    Roy Halladay was the 17 th overall pick. Rodrigo Lopez wasn’t drafted. Roy Halladay has played for two teams in his career. Rodrigo Lopez has played for six. Roy Halladay has 180 career wins...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 302 reads 4 comments

  13. Kyle Farnsworth: Tampa Bay Rays Closer Has Come a Long Way

    It took 13 years, but Kyle Farnsworth is finally doing what he was always meant to. A high school standout, Farnsworth was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 47 th round of the 1994 MLB amateur draft...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 547 reads 4 comments

  14. MLB Trade Rumors: Top 5 Trade Destiations for Aramis Ramirez

    Aramis Ramirez has already stated that he will not waive his no trade clause should the Cubs attempt to move him this season. But as Derek Lee taught Cubs fans last year, you never know what’s going to happen...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 1,211 reads 0 comments

  15. Ryne Sandberg: Manager Won't Rule out a Possible Return to the Chicago Cubs

    Ryne Sandberg did not rule out someday returning to the Cubs organization when interviewed by the ESPN 1000’s Waddle and Silvy Show on Wednesday morning...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 467 reads 7 comments

  16. 2011 MLB All-Star Game: Baseball Should Force Players to Compete

    Its time for MLB to put a stop to players skipping the All-Star Game. This year 16 players have better things to do than play in the midsummer classic. Some claim injuries, but were healthy enough to play two days ago...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 215 reads 2 comments

  17. Chicago Cubs: Tom Ricketts Isn't the Owner Chicago Expected

    Maybe Tom Ricketts deserves a reintroduction, because he's nothing like the owner that Cubs fans expected. Things looked rosy in October of 2009, when Thomas S...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 2,313 reads 13 comments

  18. Derek Jeter: Could the New York Yankees Shortstop Retire After 2011?

    Derek Jeter has had an incredible run. Rookie of the year, 12 All-Star selections, five gold gloves, four silver sluggers, voted seven times in the Top 10 for MVP and most importantly in New York, five World Series rings...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 1,149 reads 3 comments

  19. MLB Trade Rumors: Cubs Carlos Pena Is Making a Case to Be Traded

    Carlos Pena looks like he's 30 again. He's only 33, but still. Pena’s two run homer Wednesday night gave him a team leading 18 for the season. Thirty five HR and 90 RBI are a realistic possibility for the first-year Cub...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 1,576 reads 3 comments

  20. Starlin Castro and the Top 5 Chicago Cubs Shortstops of All Time

    The Chicago Cubs have been around in name since 1903. Since then hundreds of players have played shortstop on the North Side. Some are memorable for the right reasons (Joe Tinker), and some it hurts Cub fans to think about (Alex Gonzalez)...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 785 reads 2 comments

  21. Mike Quade: Top 5 Jobs That the Chicago Cubs Manager Can Fall Back On

    Mike Quade is officially on the hot seat. The Cubs dropped to 35-52 with a loss to the Nationals Tuesday night, the second worst record in all of baseball...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 841 reads 4 comments

  22. 2011 MLB All-Star Game Voting: Don't Blame the Fans for Snubs

    Andrew McCutchen will be watching the All-Star game from home this year. Or maybe he won’t watch the game. He’ll take a nap, or he’ll take a walk along the Allegheny River...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 482 reads 0 comments

  23. Doug Davis Released: A Tribute to the Cubs Starter's Rocky Career in Chicago

    Doug Davis won’t be going into the Hall of Fame as a Cub. He won’t be going into the Hall of Fame at all, but that’s beside the point...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 334 reads 1 comments

  24. Ozzie Guillen: White Sox Manager Would Be a Good Fit with the Cubs

    It’s no secret. Ozzie Guillen and Kenny Williams aren’t getting along. The two have had spats over the years together, but the different mindedness of the two has come ...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 931 reads 4 comments

  25. San Fransico Giants vs. Chicago Cubs: Giants Offense Explodes for 13 Runs in Win

    The offense of the first-place Giants exploded today for a 13-7 win over the Cubs in the first game of a day-night doubleheader in Chicago. The game was a makeup of the May 15 game between the two teams, which was postponed due to rain...

    Daniel Morrill Written by Daniel Morrill about 3 years ago 260 reads 1 comments