DiCaro: Stop Running On The Field, JerksThe players don't want fans invading their work space, and nothing good can come of this.
DiCaro: Assessing Your Emotions Regarding The 2016 CubsThese Cubs command that you enjoy every single moment along the way.
DiCaro: The NHL's Problem With WomenWhat women want is to feel that the league and their team values them as much as their male counterparts.
DiCaro: Will Erin Andrews Ever See $55 Million?Much still has to play out, but a strong message was sent with this verdict.
DiCaro: Erin Andrews & The Devaluing Of Women In Sports MediaBy and large, women still aren't valued in sports media beyond their physical appeal.
DiCaro: Where Are The Women In The Peyton Manning Discussion?There are too many scorching hot takes without a balanced discussion here.
DiCaro: Players Get It Wrong (Again) Regarding Johnny Manziel, Cam NewtonWhat's up with the criticism of minor, harmless misdeeds while looking the other way on serious transgressions?
DiCaro: 5 Takeaways From Cubs ConventionEvery single member of the Cubs organization believes this team can win the World Series this year, a feeling both elating and terrifying for the fan base.
DiCaro: Brandon Marshall, Always The VictimIt's always someone else's fault in Marshall's mind.
DiCaro: On Horse Twitter, American Pharoah & Serena WilliamsYes, Horse Twitter exits. We found that out Monday.
DiCaro: Dusty Baker Doesn't Get It (Again)Baker's comments on Aroldis Chapman encapsulate the big problem with allegations of violence against women by pro athletes.
DiCaro: In Chicago, Only Some Black Lives MatterWhat do you stand for, Chicago?
DiCaro: A Cubs Fan's Guide To NLCS Survival -- And BeyondStressed? Spend time with those you love -- like Kris Bryant and Kyle Schwarber.
DiCaro: The Blackhawks' Awful, Terrible, No Good, Very Bad DayThe distraction continues for the Blackhawks after nothing was answered regarding Patrick Kane on Thursday.
DiCaro: Insight Into How Civil Cases Like Derrick Rose's Move ForwardIt's likely that Rose will never have to appear in court, as most civil cases don't go to trial.