The late Stan Mikita founded an organization to help deaf hockey players and this weekend in Bensenville, more than 60 players will gather to play the sport and share their experiences.

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Deaf Hockey Players In Bensenville TournamentThe late Stan Mikita founded an organization to help deaf hockey players and this weekend in Bensenville, more than 60 players will gather to play the sport and share their experiences.
David Ortiz Now Recovering In BostonThe former Red Sox player was shot in the Dominican Republic over the weekend. His former team sent a plane to bring him back to the U.S. for more medical care. White Sox outfielder Eloy Jimenez, another player from the Dominican Republic, talked about Ortiz's philanthropic contributions in their home country and in the United States.
Morgan Park H.S. Baseball Field Getting UpgradeThe Morgan Park Mustangs baseball program is getting a long-awaited upgrade. Their 103-year-old ball will be rebuilt to the thrill of everyone involved, and it might help reverse a trend.
Augusta Silence Highlights The Search For A New KickerCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports on how the Chicago Bears are trying out new players for the their coveted kicker position.
Racing For A Shot At A National ChampionshipChicago State is sending members of its 4x100 relay team to its first-ever appearance at the NCAA Outdoor Track Championships in Austin, Texas.
White Sox Players Speak On Netting At Ballparks After Cubs' Foul Ball Hits A ChildWhite Sox players Yonder Alonso, Charlie Tilson and Lucas Giolito talk about the Albert Almora, Jr. incident when his foul ball hit a child. They discuss whether netting should be extended at ballparks and whether they’d let their families sit where there’s no netting.
White Sox Employee Speaks Out After First Pitch BlunderA video posted on Twitter by the Chicago White Sox captures the moment Mary Ruich threw the pitch directly at intern photographer Darren Georgia, who was to her left.
'The Sodfather' Prepares Guaranteed Rate Field For Tuesday Games After Monday Rain DelaysIt’s not every day a baseball team’s grounds crew meets with the media, but that was the case Tuesday for White Sox head groundskeeper Roger Bossard.
Local Teen Tallies Up Stats For Future Baseball CareerJeremy Frank loves baseball, idolizing the Chicago Cubs and he loves stats. Now the 18-year-old has become a baseball data whiz.

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Local Teen Tallies Up Stats For Future Baseball CareerCBS 2's Megan Mawicke reports on a local high school graduate whose stats skills have lead him to write a book and possibly have a career in the majors.
Operation Game OnMembers of the military suffering from PTSD have a new option to help them with various issues. Operation Game On is a program to help vets on the links to help their minds and their bodies.
Ed's Driveway: A Spin With Mario AndrettiEd Curran takes a couple of laps with legendary IndyCar racer Mario Andretti and the Brickyard--home of the Indianapolis 500.
Loyola Runner Who Nearly Quit Now Most Decorated Distance Runner In School HistoryLoyola’s Lindsey Brewis has a chance to cross the finish line of her stellar college career in style. This weekend, Brewis will try to qualify for the NCAA championships in the 5,000 meters.
Concordia University Chicago’s Baseball Team Top Seed In MidwestAfter a spectacular regular season, Concordia University in River Forest is getting another chance to shine on their own diamond. The Cougars are hosting an NCAA baseball regional this weekend in River Forest. They have some extra incentive to bring a title home.
Cubs' Ben Zobrist Cites 'Inappropriate Marital Conduct' As Reason For Split With Wife Julianna ZobristCubs second baseman Ben Zobrist and his wife Julianna Zobrist have filed for divorce from each other, court records show.
John Paxson Speaks On NBA Draft LotteryFor the third straight year the Chicago Bulls ended up with the No. 7 draft pick from the NBA Draft Lottery.
Carlos Zambrano Returns To Chicago As Part Of Independent TeamThe former Cubs pitcher, now with the Chicago Dogs, struck out two in an inning of work at Impact Field Saturday night.
Running With A Purpose: From An Outlet For Grief To Breaking NCAA Track RecordsIt took Dhruvil Patel a while to discover his passion, but now he’s off and running. The local speedster is burning up the track in record fashion.
Addison Russell Returns To Cubs After SuspensionCubs infielder Addison Russell is returning to the field tonight following a 40-game suspension for violating Major League Baseball's domestic violence policy, the Cubs confirmed Wednesday.
Cubs Investigate Fan's Alleged Racist Hand Gesture On AirThe Cubs are investigating after a fan apparently flashed a racist hand gesture on TV during Tuesday nights game against the Marlins. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Brother-Sister Ice Dancing Duo Dreams Of Olympic GoldWorking closely with a sibling could be a recipe for conflict, but not for the Peals. Ethan, 15 and Elliana, 11, bring out the best in each other. 
Ryan Baker Breaks Down Bears Draft DayThe Chicago Bears didn't have a top round pick, but, as Ryan Baker reports, history shows us that there is plenty of talent in the lower rounds, too. Bears make their first choice on Friday night.
'Despite The Dark' Aims To Bring Safe Running Experiences To WomenFive co-workers started a group called Despite the Dark to bring a safe running experience to women.
A New Chapter For Martellus BennettFormer Chicago Bears tight tend Martellus Bennett has written a new children's book to encourage African American children to dream big and for society to think differently about stereotypes.
Sister Act Leading Northwestern Softball's Record-Setting SeasonNorthwestern’s softball team is in the midst of a record-setting season. As CBS 2’s Megan Mawicke explains, a sister act is behind the Wildcats’ success in Evanston.
White Sox SS Tim Anderson Responds To Being Hit By Pitch After HR, Bat FlipThe Kansas City Royals hit Chicago White Sox shortstop with a pitch on Wednesday, in his first at-bat after hitting a home run and flipping his bat toward his own dugout.
Porter Staying PutDespite a lucrative offer from St. John's, Loyola coach Porter Moser said he is staying with the Ramblers.
Porter Moser To Stay With LoyolaThe college basketball coach that led the Loyola Ramblers to a NCAA championship run last year is staying with the team despite an offer from St. John's University.
Chicago White Sox' Tim Anderson Hosts 75 Kids At '42' Screening Paying Homage To Jackie RobinsonBefore the screening, Anderson made his own short film thanking the man who broke the color barrier in baseball for paving the way for players like him. Anderson is the only African American player on the White Sox and said it's important to keep Robinson's legacy going. 

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