Mully And Hanley

Earl Bennett

Bennett Wants To ‘Take Advantage Of’ Martz’s Confidence

In a recent interview with the team’s official website, Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz talked about the upcoming season and getting receiver Earl Bennett more involved with the offense.

670 The Score–06/18/2011

Sergio Santos

White Sox ‘Feel Good’ About Closer Situation

One of the problems the Chicago White Sox have had this season has been the back-end of their bullpen, Matt Thornton blew saves at the beginning of the season, and Sergio Santos had some trouble this past week.

670 The Score–06/18/2011

Tom Ricketts

Ricketts Needs Cooperation From City To Renovate Wrigley

Last week, the MLB Network’s Peter Gammons described Wrigley Field as a dump and said that the Ricketts Family needed to model what the Boston Red Sox did to renovate Fenway Park.

670 The Score–06/17/2011

Earl Bennett

Bennett: Free Agent Receiver Talk ‘Very Insulting’

Despite the NFL Lockout, this offseason has something the Chicago Bears and their fans are used to hearing: Speculation that the team will pursue a big-name free agent receiver.

670 The Score–06/17/2011

Niklas Hjalmarsson

Blackhawks’ Offseason Could Involve Second Line Center, Moving Hjalmarsson

Since their season ended, the Blackhawks have made a few newsworthy organizational moves, most of which involved the front office. Other than signing Corey Crawford, the Blackhawks haven’t really started securing their roster for next season.

670 The Score–06/16/2011

Jake Peavy

Cooper: Peavy Will Return To Starting Rotation

Jake Peavy’s second DL-stint of the season sparked conversation about the former Cy Young winner moving to the bullpen to take strain off of his arm.

670 The Score–06/16/2011

Chicago Bears

‘Three Stages’ For The Bears In Free Agent Market

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.

670 The Score–06/15/2011

Derrick Rose and Carlos Boozer

‘Lengthy Lockout’ Could Be On NBA Horizon

What should be a very important offseason for the Chicago Bulls could be shortened, or limited, thanks to an impending lockout and the uncertainty of a new collective bargaining agreement.

670 The Score–06/14/2011

Carlos Zambrano

Byrd: We Understood Where Zambrano Was Coming From

After losing to the St. Louis Cardinals on June 5, starting pitcher Carlos Zambrano went on a postgame rant where he called the team’s performance this season “embarrassing” and compared them to a Triple-A team.

670 The Score–06/14/2011

Jim Hendry

Hard To Believe Hendry Will Keep His Job

Already on the hot seat before the season started, the horrid season for the Chicago Cubs thus far has only increased the scrutiny of the team general manager Jim Hendry put together.

670 The Score–06/13/2011

Brent Lillibridge

Stone: Lillibridge Needs To Be Moved Around

Brent Lillibridge has lined up at four different positions this season. He’s been one of the few pleasant surprises for the White Sox, sparking a sentiment from some to find him a permanent home at one spot in the field.

670 The Score–06/13/2011

Jim Hendry

‘New Direction’ For Cubs Could Cost Hendry His Job

The Chicago Cubs’ season is quickly starting to fall apart. And as it does, the likelihood that general manager Jim Hendry will be shown the door at the end of the season increases. But the problems with the team aren’t necessarily all his fault.

670 The Score–06/12/2011

Wrigley Field Marquee

Gammons: Wrigley Field Is A ‘Dump’

Due to the Chicago Cubs’ struggles on the field, coupled with falling attendance, the Ricketts family has almost no ‘honeymoon’ period to their ownership of the franchise. Two years in, it’s clear the organization needs a lot of improvement.

670 The Score–06/10/2011

Phil Humber

Cooper: Humber Deserves All The Credit

Phil Humber was supposed to be a band-aid. He was supposed to just hold his own while the White Sox waited for Jake Peavy to return from the disabled list. But Humber hasn’t done what he was supposed to this season, he’s done a lot more.

670 The Score–06/09/2011

Paul Konerko and Carlos Quentin

White Sox Fortunate For Konerko And Quentin

After losing three of four to the Toronto Blue Jays, the Chicago White Sox are 6-3, including a sweep of the Boston Red Sox. Chicago is slowly digging themselves out of an early season hole, and doing it without production from Adam Dunn or Alex Rios.

670 The Score–06/09/2011

Mike Quade

Not Quade’s Fault Cubs Are ‘Not A Good Baseball Team’

A mediocre start for the Chicago Cubs has quickly turned into an ugly season. At 23-36, the Cubs have the third worst record in baseball and have lost eight consecutive games.

670 The Score–06/08/2011

Adam Dunn and Paul Konerko

White Sox Don’t Need Dunn ‘To Be The Superstar Of The Team’

When the Chicago White Sox signed Adam Dunn, it was seen as a move that would instantly improve their offense. At this point in the season, Dunn’s struggles have been well chronicled.

670 The Score–06/08/2011

John Danks

Crain: ‘Huge’ First Win For John Danks

John Danks has allowed four or fewer runs in seven of his last 10 starts, but until Monday night, didn’t have a win on the season.

670 The Score–06/07/2011

Chicago Cubs Helmet

Cubs Draft Pick Could Move To Third Base, ‘Has An Electric Bat’

Of the Cubs’ previous eight, first round draft picks, only two have made it to the major leagues: Andrew Cashner and Tyler Colvin. And the team’s most recent first round pick, Javier Baez, most likely won’t be seen in the majors anytime soon.

670 The Score–06/07/2011

Chicago White Sox

White Sox Draft Pick Has ‘Crazy Upside’

With the 47th overall pick in the MLB First Year Player Draft, the Chicago White Sox took outfielder Keenyn Walker from Central Arizona College, a player who the Cubs drafted out of high school in 2009.

670 The Score–06/07/2011