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Campbell left bigger money on the table elsewhere to rejoin the Blackhawks.
Anderson has helped the White Sox win early on in his career.
Davidson had an RBI single and scored during his first game with the White Sox.
“If we got him 100 percent for 16 games, he’s going to do some damage,” quarterback Jay Cutler says.
Frazier may have found a remedy for his league-worst pop-up rate.
Ventura is managing through the final year of his contract.
A leader for the Bears, Long is making sure to drive his teammates so they can live up to their potential.
Tuesday’s sorry showing encapsulated what this White Sox team so often becomes.
Buddy Ryan, architect of the great 1985 Bears defense, has left us at the age of 82.
The Bears won’t be stuck playing complementary ball this season.
“He just reacts so quick, and he attacks downhill,” GM Ryan Pace says of Kwiatkoski.
Floyd has to put on weight and beat out two veterans.
Williams marvels at the success of this 2016 Cubs team.
For once, it’s the Cubs setting the pace and the Cardinals giving chase.
“I respect him, and he respects me,” Loggains says of Cutler. “When you have that mutual respect, all dialogue is legal.”
Contreras was nearly left speechless by the reception he received at Wrigley Field.
Fox has brought two teams to the playoffs during his second season as head coach.
The Bears are six weeks away from the start of training camp.
Langford hopes to become an every-down back, just like Forte was for eight seasons.
Trevathan received his Broncos championship ring on Wednesday at Halas Hall.