For the Bears, however, this glorified scrimmage is the biggest day since training camp opened. And I have three reasons any self-respecting Bears fan needs to set the DVR for it.
I didn’t think much of it Tuesday night when Paul Konerko got bumped by the Royals’ Jarrod Dyson on a bang-bang play at first base.
Check out the video below as Terry Boers explains why he refers to Dan McNeil as DaMaNaaaa.
This Bears minicamp media blitz, however, is maddening. It’s got me worried about those in my fraternity.
There’s no reason to think Robin Ventura’s White Sox can’t keep things interesting. On the other hand, there’s no reason to believe Sox fans aren’t sitting on a heaping pile of fools’ gold.
I didn’t gain much fishing knowledge from my father, Roy McNeil, who used to wake up his chubby son before sunrise to drown minnows and insects.
Not everybody grasps the concept of “fun bad.” You know, when your team is so dreadful you just throw your hands in the air and embrace the train wreck with laughter.
Dan McNeil looked the part. He appeared to have come from the practice range, not the radio booth.
The apathy on display for this weekend’s Civil War in Wrigleyville is a refreshing departure from the usual attendant nonsense.
There’s no reason to barbecue Phil Emery after the new GM’s first few hours in the Bears’ war room. I have no interest, however, in standing in line with anybody desirous of tossing rose petals at his feet.
670 The Score’s Dan McNeil says in the Chicago Tribune that the Blackhawks’ playoff series against the Phoenix Coyotes will go seven games, “if the Hawks can rally.”
CBS 2′s John Drummond went to the old Belmont studios when The Score was on AM 820 to film the reaction after Mike Ditka was fired.
Tim Tebow doesn’t make my list. His detractors, on the other hand, are contending for the medals stand in the Annoyance Olympics.
The Bears are going to beat San Diego on Sunday. That will extend the win streak to five, my friend.
Danny Mac and Spiegs go on the record for their 2011 Cubs vs White Sox bets, check them out here.
Last season will live in the hearts and minds of Blackhawks fans forever. The team broke a 49 year Stanley Cup drought and rejuvenated a long suffering fan base. No one knows this more than […]