Tom Ricketts stood in front of a crowded banquet hall Wednesday with the City Club of Chicago in attendance and gave a play-by-play of plans to “restore” Wrigley Field.
After one month this season, believe it or not, Dunn is on pace for a worse season than 2011, except in the power numbers.
The renovations in and around the park will have a positive effect on business, the fans and the residents of Wrigleyville.
The Chicago White Sox will go as far as their pitching staff lets them. This is not a revelation on my part, but still something the staff takes seriously.
Injuries have plagued the Bulls this season, but their reputation remains the same with the NBA’s best.
Adam Harris is already previewing next year’s fantasy football draft.
Yes, Cutler is the best quarterback in the history of the Bears, but that is no reason to give the guy an extension worth tens of millions of dollars without being completely sure he is the guy to win a Super Bowl.
RGIII suffered an LCL sprain on Sunday, and there are many scenarios to think about when deciding to start or sit the best fantasy player this year.
Jim Deshaies was not that fantastic at Wrigley Field during his career with various teams, starting eight games, going 2-3 with a 6.98 ERA.
Here are some basic fantasy playoff rules you should live and die by this week and weeks to come.
Yes, I know you are too cool for fantasy football now that your team is in last place. Ever since the Darren McCfadden injury, you have not logged on to your fantasy team because it is too much work to find a proper replacement for your first-round bust. Well it is now Week 13 and time to WAKE UP!
Every fantasy team needs a tight end, but no fantasy team should rely on a tight end.
While this is by far the worst Manning has looked in his recent career, I want people to understand that he has been through slumps before.
After “The Muscle Hampster’s” amazing four touchdown performance this past Sunday, there are many questions on new fantasy stud Doug Martin.
The NFL season is half over, but the Fantasy Football season is about three-fourths of the way finished.
It is time for people to understand that Jay Cutler is not a top 15 fantasy quarterback.
Before the season, I wrote a guide to having a successful draft, and rule number six was to always draft your stud running back’s backup
This is a perfect “cold iron” situation for teams that start the likes of Jay Cutler, Matt Schaub, Alex Smith, and Joe Flacco.
Today at Maggiano’s downtown, Depaul University introduced new Big East Commissioner Mike Aresco to Chicago.
In this edition of my fantasy football blog, I will tell you of a few good options at quarterback that might be available in your league to replace your quarterback on bye.