Tuesday, October 19, 2021

LaRussa praises White Sox for not breaking unwritten rules in series loss to Astros

Because Tony LaRussa is an old-school stickler for the unwritten rules of baseball, the White Sox manager sang his team’s praises for their poor performance in the ALDS, in which the Astros routed them 10-1 and eliminated in four games.

Ricketts to bus over Iowa Cubs for 2022 Field of Dreams game

Cubs owner Tom Ricketts was overjoyed on Monday night upon hearing the news that his team had been selected to the 2022 Field of Dreams game to face the Cincinnati Reds. In...

Justin Fields decides to ‘take up baseball or something’

The Bears were dealt a blow Thursday night after their first-round pick Justin Fields announced he’s giving up football effective immediately.

Bulls & Blackhawks fans receive bad news: United Center to re-open

"Today we make the disappointing announcement that the United Center will reopen for Blackhawks and Bulls fans," said Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot. "We hope the fans of these downtrodden organizations will accept our deepest condolences when forced to make the unenviable decision to return to a game to watch either of these pathetic teams attempt to compete at a professional level."

Carlos Rodón dedicates no-hitter to the memory of Eloy Jiménez

Moments after completing his no-hitter of Cleveland, White Sox hurler Carlos Rodón dedicated his gem to the memory of teammate Eloy Jiménez.

Buffalo Bills sign future Hall of Famer Mitch Trubisky

"We are very excited to add Mitch to our roster," said Bills GM Brandon Beane. "Any time you can go out and get a guy who's bound for Canton, you do it."

Heckler Podcast: Harry Caray’s CEO Grant DePorter

The latest episode of A Very Important Podcast by The Heckler features Grant DePorter, the CEO of Harry Caray’s Restaurant Group. Grant has worked at Harry Caray’s since 1989 (less than two years after the restaurant group was formed) so he worked closely with Harry himself for quite a while. Listen here!