1. Funniest Moments in Sports: Botched National Anthems

    The "Star-Spangled Banner" can be a difficult song to master. Those that do perform it beautifully. When Francis Scott Key penned the words in 1814, he probably didn't think that people would perform it in public so awfully...

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  2. Red Rising: Arizona Cardinals Will Win It All

    In 1948, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Chicago Cardinals in the NFL Championship Game by a final of 7-0. 60 years, two Cardinals re-locations, and one merged league later, these teams met again for the conference championship...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Geoffrey Clark about over 5 years ago 224 reads 1 comments

  3. Bartolo Colon, Chicago White Sox Agree to Terms

    FOXSports.com's Ken Rosenthal is reporting that the White Sox have agreed to terms with pitcher Bartolo Colon regarding a one-year deal, pending a physical...

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  4. Major League Baseball: Where the Very Best Head Off to the Biggest Markets

    Any true baseball fan knows that many players get paid ridiculous salaries. If you're at least an above-average player in the league, you're bound to get paid big, and it'll likely be more than you're truly worth...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Geoffrey Clark about over 5 years ago 318 reads 4 comments

  5. Bob Babich Won't Change a Thing...and Change Is What the Chicago Bears Need

    Stop me if this surprises you. The Bears have just relieved Lloyd Lee of his duties as linebackers coach. That marks the third defensive coach to leave the Bears this offseason along with line coach Brick Haley and defensive backs coach Steve Wilks...

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  6. Top Ten Things Milton Bradley Is Likely to Do With The Chicago Cubs

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  7. Dear Barry Bonds, Please Just Go Away

    Author's note: The following editorial will be given in the style of a Keith Olbermann special comment. This day, Jan. 1, 2009, will be remembered by baseball fans for the launch of the MLB Network...

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  8. Chicago Bulls Infuriated By Early Flight Landing

    After falling flat in the fourth quarter of a 90-77 road loss to the Miami Heat and upset over a late timeout called by Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, the Chicago Bulls didn't think Friday night could get any worse...

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  9. Chicago Blackhawks: A Turnaround Worth Remembering

    It was around this time last year when the Chicago Blackhawks were starting to draw attention in their hometown for the first time in years...

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  10. The Champions of 2008

    Now that 2008 is drawing to a close, what better way to salute it than to pay tribute to those who conquered all this year? Not just the teams, but those who accomplished individual ...

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  11. AL West: Midseason Report

    The reason the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are in first place in the West this season is indeed their pitching in both departments. Let's start with the rotation...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Geoffrey Clark about 6 years ago 383 reads 1 comments

  12. AL Central: Midseason Report

    As a White Sox fan, you'd probably expect me to start this report off with my first-place team. Before I do that, however, there's another team in the division I want to touch upon first...

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  13. AL East: Midseason Report

    After breaking down all three National League divisions, it's time to switch over to those on the junior circuit, starting with the division featuring the surprise of the season and ESPN's lovers...

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  14. NL West: Midseason Report

    Recapping a division like the NL West is almost as depressing as writing a eulogy, but it's gotta be done, so here we go...

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  15. NL Central: Midseason Report

    Has there ever been more trading activity in the past few days than we've seen in the National League Central? A divisional race just got more exciting, but only half of that division has been holding up so far...

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  16. NL East: Midseason Report

    New York Mets During the offseason, the New York Mets were able to trade for Johan Santana, thought to be the best pitcher in the game despite having an off year in 2007 of 15-13 and a 3.33 ERA...

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  17. Wolves Are Dominant at Home, But Can They Regain Lost Momentum?

    The Calder Cup Finals were supposed to be over by now. The Chicago Wolves were supposed to hoist the Cup on opposing ice this past weekend...

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  18. Chicago Baseball: Cubs Hot at the Plate, White Sox Hot on the Mound

    Every Chicago baseball fan, regardless of which team they root for, knows that both clubs are in first place in their respective divisions. There is reason to believe that winning baseball is making a legitimate return to the city...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Geoffrey Clark about over 6 years ago 344 reads 2 comments

  19. Collins Backs Out of Bulls Coaching Search

    Eight days ago, I wrote a breaking story on here announcing that Doug Collins had reportedly been hired as the Bulls' new head coach...

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  20. Chicago Wolves Going Four Another AHL Title

    When looking back at all the success the Chicago Wolves have had over the past eleven seasons, it’s hard to argue that they’ve been the only team in town to win consistently during the last decade...

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  21. Doug Collins to be Named New Head Coach of the Bulls

    In a surprise move by Chicago Bulls general manager John Paxson, he has reportedly hired former team coach Doug Collins to succeed interim head coach Jim Boylan...

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  22. NBA Draft: The Top Pick Should Smell Like a Rose

    I was as shocked as every Bulls fan when I saw that the first player selected in this year’s NBA Draft would be coming to Chicago. With a 1...

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  23. Chicago Bears Strike a Gold Mine Signing Robbie Gould through 2013

    In an offseason filled with the usual quarterback controversy, Cedric Benson’s legal troubles, and Brian Urlacher’s whining about his contract, the Bears actually did something right: they signed Robbie Gould through 2013...

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  24. Chicago Cubs Sign Jim Edmonds: Really?

    The Cubs are about to make their center field situation more complicated. Pending a physical, Jim Edmonds will become the newest player to sport Cubbie Blue...

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  25. AHL West Division Finals: A Chicago Fan's Dream

    Tonight marks the first of what will likely be many playoff series between the Chicago Wolves and Rockford IceHogs. For the players and die-hard AHL fans, this is a battle to determine who the better team is in the Western Division...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Geoffrey Clark about over 6 years ago 517 reads 0 comments