Doug was royalty and the Everyman all at once.
Even the casual hockey fan knows that the Chicago Blackhawks are part of the “Original Six.” What might be surprising is how long it took for the National Hockey League to evolve.
Great expectations surround Kris Bryant.
Cubs fans are understandably amped to see Bryant start his MLB career.
The experts believe Bryant will be a difference-maker, if not a star, immediately.
The Predators are in full-blown psycho-spoiled-baby-brat mode.
“I want our players to embrace all this stuff in Cubdom,” Maddon says.
The changeup can make all the difference for Chris Sale and Carlos Rodon.
Kane has been out since breaking his left collarbone on Feb. 24 but is nearing a return.
The White Sox general manager Rick Hahn spoke with the Mully and Hanley Show on Friday morning.
With the draft just three weeks away, Dan Durkin has put together his second mock projection.
It’s another step for Kane in his return from a broken left collarbone.
If we’ve learned anything, the first game of 162 is a microcosm of all of them. Right?
Both Chicago teams are led by undeniably smart men who have built their rosters in very different ways.
Bryant will start the season in Triple-A despite being the team’s best spring hitter.
The Cubs are hoping a stable of hot prospects and a tribute to Hall of Famer Ernie Banks on Opening Night will help fans forget and forgive the big mess at Wrigley Field.
This never changes: The Blackhawks hold aspirations of winning the Stanley Cup.
“It’s about getting it done,” Anthony Rizzo says.
Lester will throw in minor league games in his next two starts.
After being cleared for contact, Rose expects to be back to game action in one or two weeks.
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