Here’s a bit of advice for the Bears’ next general manager: Run away from Matt Forte.
The Cubs have many needs, and a $4 million set-up guy isn’t one of them, Brian Hanley says.
Ozzie Guillen has said he can manage anybody. We’ll soon find out, says The Score’s Brian Hanley.
Actions may speak louder than words, yet without Bears chairman George McCaskey’s mantra that “winning world championships” is the team’s goal, Jerry Angelo would still be general manager.
Gene Smith, the clueless Ohio State athletic director, shouldn’t be the only one “disappointed with the NCAA’s decision” Tuesday. Smith’s disappointed? How about the players who are still bound to the now non-Bowl-eligible Buckeyes next year?
Terry Boers started a spirited Score debate with listeners Tuesday when he said Charles Tillman is the best Bears cornerback ever. That statement probably said more about the team’s mostly nondescript recent history at the position than anything.
In honor of the baseball general managers meeting Monday in Milwaukee, time to spray to all fields while waiting to see if Carlos squared (Quentin and Zambrano) are sent packing.
Here’s hoping the worst of the depravity of the Jerry Sandusky child-abuse allegations has already been brought to light, Brian Hanley says.
Wednesday will be the league’s D-Day, according to commissioner David Stern.
Good to see Chicago’s Theogood hasn’t been lost on Jason McLeod. McLeod was introduced Tuesday along with Jed Hoyer, the team’s new general manager. Yet, it was Epstein who commanded the floor when questions came the trio’s way as to imminent moves to be made.
Epstein showed intelligence, confidence, humility, and a healthy dose of humor during the grand-slam press session.
While Theo Epstein seems like a Godsend to Cubs’ nation, fans need to understand the team’s new baseball boss shouldn’t be looked upon as a miracle worker.
If Boston’s brain trust is willing to pull the plug on the Theo deal, then Tom, you will know the true value of McNutt and quickly get Andrew Friedman on speed dial.
Will Robin Ventura be a great, or even good, manager? Time will tell.
Since an excerpt of Jeff Pearlman’s new book, “Sweetness: The Enigmatic Life of Walter Payton,” was published in Sports Illustrated Wednesday, the author has come under fire for writing details many believe are no one’s business.
Cub fans, if you didn’t get a chance today to see the Sun-Times column of Gordon Wittenmeyer, Mully and Hanley’s Cubs Insider, it is worth a read. Gordon spent some time talking to a couple […]
The jury might still be out on the Bears in 2010, but former Dallas Cowboys QB and current FOX NFL Commentator, Troy Aikman feels like there is reason to be optimistic. Aikman joined The Score’s […]