“You got to let these guys learn,” Ross says. “They’ve got great swings.”
Millar regaled the boys with stories about friends Jon Lester and John Lackey.
The Cubs used 13 of their first 14 picks in the recent amateur draft on pitchers.
“It’s definitely something that’s on the table,” Heyman says of the White Sox possibly firing Ventura.
Hoyer expects the Cubs to add some pitching help later in the summer.
Keeping runners close to the bag was an offseason focus for Ross after left-hander Jon Lester had such struggles in 2015.
“I’m on cloud nine,” Ross says of catching Jake Arrieta’s no-hitter.
American Pharoah looks to become the 12th Triple Crown winner Saturday.
Former Bears’ Head Coach, Dave Wannstedt, joined Mully and Hanley to discuss how he would handle disputes in the locker room. Brought to you by Dropcam.
Former Chicago Bears’ head coach Dave Wannstedt joins The Mully and Hanley Show to share coaching memories in the NFL. Video presented by Dropcam.
It’s set for July 31.
“If we feel there’s opportunity, we’ll always explore it,” Bulls GM Gar Forman says.
Jay Zawaski breaks down the critical individual matchups and St. Louis’ physicality.
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A longtime friend will never forget the memories created with and kindness of Tim Sassone, who passed away Tuesday.
Tom Thibodeau said he wants to stay in Chicago, but admitted he doesn’t have full control over that.
Matt Lauer said he’s only been getting a couple hours sleep each night.
Charles Tillman said it’s “too early to tell” if he’ll re-sign in Chicago.
The White Sox were not willing to go to the level the Yankees did, particularly when it came to a seven-year commitment.
Dennis Rodman’s latest trip to North Korea is generating no support from the NBA and the league’s retired players association, both of whom made it clear they had nothing to do with the venture.