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The South Side Irish Parade was discontinued after 2009, but The Score 670-AM is doing its part to keep the tradition alive.
The Chicago White Sox were an aggressive team over the offseason, making it very clear they’re focused on winning now.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has an intern with The Score-670 AM radio to thank for the pro-wrestling belt that was hanging over his shoulder as he was named Super Bowl MVP.
Friday night was a big night for Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen. On top of attending SoxFest 2011, it was his birthday, his option for 2011 was picked up by the team and he was the guest of honor at The Score’s Celebrity Roast.
John “The Rock” Mamola says the players themselves aren’t interested in hurting each other; fans would disagree.
Not only are the Blackhawks trying to defend the Stanley Cup title, they’re also trying to build team chemistry in the process.
The jury might still be out on the Bears in 2010, but former Dallas Cowboys QB and current FOX NFL Commentator, Troy Aikman feels like there is reason to be optimistic. Aikman joined The Score’s […]
CHICAGO (AP) — Paul Konerko hit a grand slam that wrecked Jon Lester’s bid for his 20th win, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Boston Red Sox 8-2 Thursday night in a game delayed […]
What’s so interesting about this Bears team is that it still allows one to see what one wants, irrespective of the spotless record. Take today’s Tribune, for instance, which offers a stark divergence of opinion in […]
ANAHEIM, Calif. – Mark Kotsay wasn’t about to apologize for his 2010 season. Does the veteran designated-hitter/infielder wish he could have had a better start to the year? Absolutely. Maybe then what’s left of this […]
A win is a win is a win. That’s what the Bears will tell you about their 19-14 survival against the Lions. It doesn’t matter that they got the aid of an obscure rule to […]