White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf will wave goodbye to one of his favorite people and players this weekend as Paul Konerko retires.
A high-moral, quietly cool hard-working guy? That’s not what players are about in this era.
Team chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said the 60,000-square-foot Advocate Center, at the corner of Monroe and Wood streets, will lend to the continued revitalization of the city’s Near West Side.
“Where he gets this ‘malicious fiction’ term is kind of a head-scratcher,” Joe Cowley says of Jerry Reinsdorf.
“Now, we just move on,” Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf says.
Derrick Rose’s apathy toward Carmelo Anthony means the pressure is on to be the man.
In a statement released Friday night, the White Sox say team owner Jerry Reinsdorf is communicating with his doctors and medical staff.
Ozzie Guillen earlier this week said he’d like to manage the White Sox again.
Surely, Ozzie Guillen’s some lessons, and he’s now expressed a willingness to return to the White Sox.
“I don’t have any problems with the Sox,” Guillen says.
The Bulls retain more flexibility for future seasons in which they believe they’ll contend for titles.
Jerry Reinsdorf reportedly doesn’t want Rob Manfred to succeed Bud Selig.
We were all enablers of a racist man through inaction.
“Discrimination and prejudice of any kind have no place in sports or in our society,” the Reinsdorfs say.
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.