Mully And Hanley

Cubs owner Tom Ricketts. (Getty Images)

Ricketts: We’re Ready To Talk Extension When Epstein Is

We’re excited about looking forward,” Cubs owner Tom Ricketts says. “We’re excited about having a great new manager.”

CBS Chicago–11/06/2014

Chris Conte. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Conte Reflects On Inconsistent 2013: ‘I Can Just Move On’

“People are going to say what they want to say about me,” Bears safety Chris Conte says.

CBS Chicago–08/13/2014

Bulls guard Derrick Rose. (Sam Forencich/NBAE via Getty Images)

Listen: Cowley Sheds More Light On Rose-Bulls Tension Report

“Where he gets this ‘malicious fiction’ term is kind of a head-scratcher,” Joe Cowley says of Jerry Reinsdorf.

CBS Chicago–08/04/2014

Derrick Rose on the cover of GQ's May issue. (Nathaniel Goldberg/GQ)

Rose In GQ: ‘This Life Doesn’t Fit My Personality’

With Derrick Rose’s success on the court — including last year’s NBA MVP trophy — has come a ton of attention, something he’s not exactly comfortable with.

670 The Score–04/17/2012

Adam Dunn

Wisch: Dunn Deserves His Boos, Fans Deserve Better

Hitting a baseball is hard. I know, because I stunk at it.

CBS Chicago–07/15/2011

A.J. Pierzynski and Phillip Humber

White Sox Are ‘Running Out Time’

The White Sox open officially open the second half of their season on Friday, and after the first 92 games of the season, there’s significantly less optimism than there was during spring training.

670 The Score–07/15/2011

Carlos Marmol

Teams Would Be ‘Happy To Unload Prospects’ For Marmol

In his last 1.1 innings pitched, Carlos Marmol has given up three hits, five walks and seven earned runs on his way to blowing to saves. And as the trading deadline approaches, he recent struggles may not have much of an impact on his trade value.

670 The Score–07/15/2011

Adam Dunn

Cooper: Fans Need To Lay Off Dunn

Adam Dunn’s American League-leading 117 strikeouts equate to 36.3 percent of all of his plate appearances. His .160 batting average is also the worst in the AL, and without knowing those stats you could probably tell he was struggling just from the crowd.

670 The Score–07/14/2011

Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko

White Sox A ‘Two-Week Streak’ Away From 1st Place?

The White Sox’s 44-48 record through the first 92 games of the season hasn’t necessarily led to optimism among their fans. And to make matters worse, they suffered a 3-1 series loss to the Twins heading into the All-Star break.

670 The Score–07/13/2011

Alfonso Soriano

How The Cubs ‘Right The Ship’ In 2012

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.

670 The Score–07/13/2011

Christian Lopez and Derek Jeter

Fan Gave Jeter’s 3,000 Ball Back Because It Was ‘The Right Thing’

In the third inning of Sunday’s Yankees-Rays game, Derek Jeter hit a home run. It was the 237th home run of his career. But more importantly, it was the 3,000th hit of his career, and the fan who caught the ball passed up a big pay day to return it.

670 The Score–07/12/2011

Marlon Byrd

Byrd: Trades Are ‘Just Part Of The Business’

Over the past few weeks, conversations about the Chicago Cubs have been more about trades and becoming competitive for future than they have been about this season. And that’s not something the team is surprised to see.

670 The Score–07/11/2011

Carlos Marmol

Would The Cubs Consider Trading Marmol?

At this point in the season, it’s pretty clear that the Chicago Cubs aren’t going to be competing the NL Central. But, in preparing to compete in the division over the next few season, the team needs to evaluate which players can be traded for prospects.

670 The Score–07/10/2011

Dayan Viciedo

Still No Spot For Viciedo On White Sox Roster

As the White Sox continue to float around .500, the fans begin to clamor for some sort of change that might spark the team and salvage a season that started with big expectations.

670 The Score–07/08/2011

Matt Garza

Gammons: Garza’s Struggles Are ‘A Complete Mystery’

The end result of Thursday night’s Cubs win doesn’t come close to tell the story of the game. While the Cubs won 10-9, they were trailing in the fourth inning by a score of 8-0, and starting pitcher Matt Garza failed to get out of the third inning.

670 The Score–07/08/2011

Jake Peavy and Don Cooper

Cooper: ‘We’re In The Hunt’ For Division Title

The Chicago White Sox are two games under .500, but because the rest of the division is struggling as well, they find themselves just four and a half games back of the Cleveland Indians.

670 The Score–07/07/2011

Ozzie Guillen and A.J. Pierzynski

White Sox’s Season Will ‘Be Made Or Not Made’ In July

The high expectations the White Sox had coming into this season haven’t been met, that’s no secret at all. But as bad as the team and individual players have been, they can still reach those expectations with good second half.

670 The Score–07/06/2011

Chicago Cubs

How Can The Cubs Compete In 2012?

The Chicago Cubs are the not-so-proud owners of the second-worst record in baseball, a miserable 35-52. With this season all but over for the Cubs, the organization has to start thinking about how they can avoid a similar fate in 2012.

670 The Score–07/06/2011

Starlin Castro

Stone: Castro ‘Will Grow Into A Third Baseman’

As a 21-year-old shortstop, Starlin Castro is the youngest Chicago Cubs player to ever make an All-Star game. However, there’s a chance that in the future, he’ll make the game as a third baseman.

670 The Score–07/05/2011

Mike Quade

Riggleman: ‘I Really Have The Greatest Respect For Mike Quade’

For most Cubs fans, Mike Quade was a relatively unknown minor league manager prior to last season. But while he wasn’t well known to most of the public, those within baseball knew his reputation.

670 The Score–07/02/2011