In the Age of Social Media, is it even possible to keep yourself from learning the outcome of a sporting event if you don’t want to learn it until later on?
The Women’s World Cup final set the record for tweets per second, eclipsing the wedding of Prince William and Kate and the death of Osama bin Laden.
Chicago Cubs reliever Kerry Wood was placed on the disabled list on June 13 with a blister on his throwing hand. And it looks as if Wood will return to the active roster on Friday.
It appears as if the Chicago White Sox have signed their first pick from the 2011 MLB Draft.
They sure looked on top of things, that four-man panel in the Prudential Center in Newark last night, a tableau of expertise and awareness, presiding over the 2011 NBA draft with gravitas and control.
White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen continues to be annoyed with Sean Penn, over the actor’s continued defense of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez.
The Chicago White Sox didn’t anticipate much drama coming from their choice with the 47th overall draft pick. But shortly after selecting Keenyn Walker from Central Arizona College, that’s exactly what they got.
White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen doesn’t want anyone to question his passion for winning and he lashed out at some Chicago fans for being forgetful of the team’s recent success.
A Joliet Central High School teacher resigned Friday after the district investigated a rumor alleging he had sexual affairs with students.
Aside from the Chicago who’s-who at Rahm Emanuel’s inaugural, the man who famously parodied Mayor Emanuel on Twitter was spotted at Millennium Park.
Reggie Bush insists he was only joking when he stirred up fans with posts on his Twitter account about enjoying free time during the NFL lockout.
After Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall made Tweets about criticizing people for celebrating the death of Osama bin Laden, he received plenty of backlash from fans and members of the media.
Some in the sports world and beyond have been in a furor this week because of Rashard Mendenhall’s tweets about the death of Osama bin Laden and his accompanying questioning of what actually happened on September 11, 2001.
Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall wrote a “clarification” of his comments made Monday on Twitter regarding the death of Osama bin Laden.
Back in March, former Illini and current Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall created some controversy over several of his Tweets that compared the NFL labor situation to “modern-day slavery.”
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose insists the NBA has not informed him he has won the MVP, regardless of what teammate C.J. Watson has said on Twitter.
Ozzie Guillen has been suspended for two games and fined an undisclosed amount by Major League Baseball for posting two messages to his Twitter page after being ejected from a game.
After being ejected during Wednesday night’s loss to the New York Yankees, Ozzie Guillen took to Twitter to voice his displeasure, and decision could result in additional discipline.
Social networking sites are becoming increasingly popular for law enforcement is their quest to solve cases.
It’s likely just a coincidence, but the timing for the new Chicago Blackhawks Twitter avatar is a little interesting. The new avatar, which was apparently changed at some point on Sunday, is absent of the Stanley Cup.