White Sox executives spoke to some Chicago high school athletes about bringing change as part of Major League Baseball’s Jackie Robinson Day, reports WBBM’s Nancy Harty.
David Reinsdorf was 51.
Konerko also doesn’t plan — for now — on staying in baseball after his retirement.
Wins often equate to power in sports, but that’s not all.
The Bulls traded Luol Deng with one thing in mind – the future of the organization.
If the White Sox do nothing else at these annual winter meetings, they are now a better team after the trade they made Tuesday to obtain outfielder Adam Eaton.
The idea of trading left-handed ace Chris Sale may not sit well with some White Sox fans, but the team’s Chairman wouldn’t rule out a possible deal.
Chicago Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf says in a statement that he was ‘heartbroken’ when he heard that Derrick Rose would be out for the entire season after surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee.
If you had trouble digesting the White Sox’s 99-loss season in 2013, you’re not alone.
With Dunn, you have to dig beyond his batting average to see his value at the plate.
White Sox fans will always love him, as they should.
He may be finishing in Chicago as unassumingly as he arrived.
Can White Sox fans — and Jerry Reinsdorf — stomach a total rebuild?
Championship get-togethers are a shared delusion.
In an interview with the Sports Business Journal, White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdaorf said that he has no immediate plans to sell the team and plans, saying he plans to be at the ballpark for the 2033 MLB All-Star Game.
The easy thing is to look at the Chicago White Sox and write them off as a lost cause.
On Tuesday at U.S. Cellular Field, Major League Baseball announced that the White Sox will host the 2013 Civil Rights Games.
White Sox Owner Jerry Reinsdorf is opposing a plan by MLB owners to eliminate pensions for all non-uniformed personnel, according to a report by ESPN.
The NBA announced its list of finalists for election into the Basketball Hall of Fame, but Bulls chairman Jerry Reindsdorf and former general manager Jerry Krause failed to move to the final stage.
As it does every year, Forbes set a value for each NBA franchise, and the Bulls ranked as the third highest-valued franchise at $800 million.