A 3-1 preseason led to more questions than answers.
Kris Bryant is better-known than Patrick Kane, which speaks to the size and fervor of Cubs fandom.
So much for creative liberty in this film, as lawyers got heavily involved.
Like Fox’s words, the Bears’ timeline for a return to respectability is unclear.
There should be no debate over Starlin Castro’s misplay in Jake Arrieta’s no-hitter.
Dawkins always seemed to have time for everyone.
The respective legal issues are occurring in entirely different arenas.
It’s a difficult balance, trying to prevent fighting but also promoting a violent game.
Even for fans who pay close attention, there’s little time to react to line-drive foul balls.
Bryant’s WAR is best among all rookies in baseball.
Kramer survived a suicide attempt this week.
Kids know more than you think about this. Give them some credit.
The Cubs are seizing control of a playoff opportunity.
For reasons that remain unclear, NFL folks continue to think lying is fundamentally integral to winning games. It’s not.
The Bears would be well-served by a lot more practice.
Friends of the accuser were angered by victim-blaming comments from the bar owner.
Kane’s past and his drinking problems are separate from this accusation of rape.
A dose of reality is needed when assessing expectations for Kevin White.
Experts will tell you that by the time the retail-level investor is interested in a stock, the real trade is long over.
It’s an enormous story, but there’s little for anyone to do.