The scene in the locker room after the game here at Lambeau Field wasn’t nearly as bad as I feared. I anticipated a lot of long faces and angry scowls on the Bears player’s faces but instead was met with resignation.
A report this morning out of the St. Louis Post Dispatch said that the Cubs have made a qualifying offer to Albert Pujols. The Cubs themselves had “no comment” on the report, but let’s look at this realistically.
Now, Epstein will work hard to get his new organization to the top of much more important categories. The Cubs President will now pretty much go underground as he tries to rebuild the franchise.
There’s no doubt that Theo Epstein gives the Cubs their best chance for winning in a long time…like say a century.
I just got back from an extended tour of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And if you’re a fan of the sport you absolutely have to come to Canton, Ohio and see this shrine.
Busy day here at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Never say never, but it looks like White Sox General Manager, Kenny Williams is done dealing. Prior to Saturday’s game vs. Boston, Williams said the following, “I would say the chances of anything additional is very very slim.”
Try as they might to make a trade, the Bulls will likely end up using both their first round picks. Currently the Bulls have picks 28 and 30 in the opening round, and it’s beyond rare to get an impact player that far down.
Bulls General Manager Gar Forman all but said not to expect the Bulls to make any deals during the NBA Draft on Thursday night.
The White Sox had 15 hits Thursday night and look who joined the party? Alex Rios had a pair of hits and Adam Dunn hit his 6th home run
Jake Peavy left Sunday’s game with yet another new injury, this time a strained right groin.
Funny how life can change on a dime. With four minutes to go and the Bulls up 12 , I was quickly making my travel plans to Miami. No doubt the Bulls were thinking the same thing as they led 76-64.
Backs up against the wall, do or die and even win or go home. All the cliches apply tonight as the Bulls try and stave off elimination in their series against Miami.
For the most part, Wednesday was an off day for the Bulls, who now trail Miami 3-1 in the Eastern Conference finals. The team gathered at their practice facility in Deerfield and had a 45-minute film session and then did some light shooting on their own.
The Bulls appeared confident when we spoke to them Tuesday morning in the locker room. They said they think they have solved Miami’s suffocating defense, but obviously we won’t know that until Tuesday night.
For the second time in less then 12 hours, Joakim Noah apologized for his actions from Sunday night. TV cameras and microphones picked up Noah hurling a gay slur towards a fan in the first quarter.
Just not good enough. That’s the perfect way to describe what happened to the Bulls on Sunday night. The final score was Heat 96 and Bulls 85 and all the team’s weaknesses are starting to get exposed.
Make no mistake about it, Game 3 in this Bulls-Miami series is crucial for both teams. The Heat want to win to maintain their momentum and keep home court advantage and the Bulls want to re-establish themselves after playing a poor ggame on Wednesday night
Derrick Rose said the Bulls had both a “great” and “professional” practice on Tuesday. That bodes well because for the most part, becuase when the Bulls practice well they usually follow it up well in their next game.
t seems like this Bulls-Heat series was been destined to happen when back to last July when LeBron James appeared on his infamous TV show, “The Decision.”