You don’t need to fill your team with superstars acquired through free agency in order to turn things around.
The future looks bright for the Chicago Blackhawks, certainly a lot brighter than it did when they won the Stanley Cup in 2010.
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According to a report, the Chicago White Sox have signed former Chicago Cub Doug Davis to a Minor League contract.
One of the major criticisms of the Chicago Blackhawks last season was a lack of grit and toughness, especially among the defenseman. And judging by the free agent signings of general manager Stan Bowman, that need has been addressed.
Optimistic reports about the NFL Lockout have started to come in with more frequency over the previous few days, leading most to believe that a deal will be reached soon. Once that deal is reached, the Bears will have another big negotiation.
Prince Fielder is only 27 years old, currently tied for the NL lead in RBI and was just christened as MVP of the 2011 All-Star Game. He’s also a free agent-to-be, wants a megabucks deal and measures in at 5-foot-11, 275 pounds.
When baseball resumes on Thursday, Cubs fans will have to face the the reality of watching their team, most likely, struggle through the final 70 games of the season. And after that, comes an offseason where they’ll demand significant change.
While the representatives for the NFL owners and players continue to try and reach an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement, there’s a group of players not only uncertain when they’ll play again, but also where they’ll play.
NFL fans yearning to have some actual football news to and discuss could soon have their wish. According to a report by Houston’s SportsRadio 610, the NFL will initiate a 12-day plan to resume football activities beginning Saturday at midnight.
A rookie wage scale and free agency for veterans appear to be the biggest stumbling blocks to ending the NFL lockout.
July 1 marks the opening day of NHL free agency, and the Chicago Blackhawks got off to an active start, signing four players pretty early on.
On Wednesday, the Chicago Blackhawks sent a seventh round pick to the Buffalo Sabres for the negotiating rights to defenseman Steve Montador.
When the NBA sorts out its labor strife and opens up free agency, the Chicago Bulls may have some competition if they want to re-sign veteran forward Kurt Thomas.
Handcuffed by the salary cap after winning the Stanley Cup, general manager Stan Bowman was limited in what he could do to improve the team heading into the following season. As a result, the 2010 and 2011 versions of the Blackhawks looked drastically different.
On the heels of the NFL owners meeting in suburban Chicago, there seems to be a mixture of positive and negative thinking towards the league and players being able to reach an agreement before football is missed.
With reports that the NFL and NFL Players Associations are making progress towards a new collective bargaining agreement, teams may soon be able to address needs via free agency. For the Chicago Bears, there’s a big need at receiver.
Reports surfaced on Wednesday that the framework for a new collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and the players could be finalized by this weekend, and officially agreed on by July.
After losing in the conference finals, Chicago Bulls fans are excited to see what moves the organization makes in the offseason to help them improve on the 2011 season.
Last week, Chicago Bulls analyst Kendall Gill said that if Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard wanted to win championships, then Chicago was the best fit for him. However, it sounds as if Howard plans on chasing titles while in Orlando.