Jay Cutler doesn't really recall much about the last time the Bears played the Giants. The only thing he can remember is that was pummeled by someone on every other play and that he thought he was someone else for five minutes after being taken out of the game.
Major League Baseball's quest to return to action took another turn Thursday when sources leaked the league is now contemplating a four-month 162-game schedule starting "some time between June 1 and Nov. 1" that will involve several triple-headers a week.
With the world teetering on the verge of nuclear destruction, the Cubs have decided to not make any moves this offseason until they are sure that there is anyone alive left to sign at all.
ESPN’s "The Last Dance" may be intended only for mature audiences, but not all people took those recommendations too seriously.
“I used to think I didn’t have enough time to exercise,” said Balduga. “But now that I have enough time, I realize that the real problem is that I haven’t done enough planning on my workout program.”
The walls may be crumbling at Wrigley Field, but nothing can chip away at Steve Stone’s baseball acumen. Widely respected as perhaps the best ‘color man’ in the game today, Stone doesn’t hedge when it comes to speaking his mind. Sit a spell and read this one. You youngsters (and not-so youngster) out there may learn something.
The National Mental Health Society today commended the three-year, $30 million contract the Cubs offered certifiably insane Milton Bradley, calling it a "great day for whack jobs everywhere."