With their favorite team playing its first Spring Training game in Mesa, Cubs fans blacked-out from watching the game on TV were forced to gather around their antique Zenith radios to listen to the AM broadcast.
The TV deals keep rolling in for the Cubs who today announced their new Marquee Sports Network will be broadcast above urinals at all 17 Chuck E. Cheese restaurants in the Chicagoland area.
Faced with a major TV blackout in Chicago in a little more than a month, the Cubs today signed what they're calling a "blockbuster" agreement to broadcast games on WGN.
A day after Kris Bryant told reporters "I can't picture myself wearing anything but the pinstripes," his agent Scott Boras made a phone call.
Heckler Video: Rick Telander on riding the rails, writing the 15th-best sports book of all time, the Cubs, Michael Jordan, much more
Rick Telander talks with Brad and Ethan at V’s Barbershop in Bucktown about a wide ranging list of topics: riding the rails in his youth, the time Michael Jordan’s mom made him pancakes, being drafted by the Chiefs in 1971, writing one of the best sports books of all time, whether the Ricketts family is […]
ASG update: Bulls fans unsure they’ll be able to comprehend two good teams playing at same time at U.C.
For the first time in five years, two good professional basketball teams will face off against each other and Bulls fans have no idea how they'll handle it.