Chris Emma covers much of the Chicago sports scene for 670 The Score and CBSChicago.com. He previously worked with Scout.com for five years and also currently covers Northwestern for 247Sports.com. A Geneva native, he now lives in the Lakeview neighborhood.
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Cutler is entering his seventh season in Chicago.
At 33 years old, Allen is rejuvenated with the Bears’ changes.
Super Bowl hype wasn’t mentioned once Wednesday in a new culture.
The Bears’ two-time Pro Bowler will be a key leader in 2015.
The Cubs are 51-46 on the season.
Hamels threw the first no-hitter at Wrigley Field since 1972.
The Cubs’ manager keeps his team comfortable with a positive life approach.
The Phillies’ closer has made his hopes to be traded known.
Happ was selected with the ninth overall pick in the 2015 draft.
Entering his 16th season, Brey has made Notre Dame a perennial power.
White Sox rookie third baseman Saladino has brought a needed spark.
The Cardinals lead the division, but the Pirates and Cubs are pressuring.
The Bears must trust in and adjust to new coach John Fox’s style.
Even 10 years later, that 2005 World Series is something to be cherished.
The Cubs start the second half with a 47-40 record.
We take a look at a first half of Chicago baseball with five key statistical points.
Already, six players who skated in Chicago’s Game 6 title-clinching win have departed.
Two of the Blackhawks’ new additions are thrilled to join the defending champions.
The White Sox went 9-3 entering the All-Star break.
Patrick Sharp was traded to Dallas on Friday night.