If you were a sports fan living in Chicago during the 90's, you probably experienced most of this list at some point.
MLB Commissioner Rob "Right Said" Manfred today announced the league will no longer conduct instant replay reviews in games that have no playoff implications, citing "stupidity."
After reading a New York Times report that Jose Canseco offered to leave Magglio Ordonez's name out of his next tell-all book if Ordonez would financially support a movie endeavor of Canseco's, Sox manager Ozzie Guillen has decided to bankroll the film completely.
Earlier this week, Ozzie Guillen went public with his hatred of Nick Swisher during Swisher's one season with the White Sox. Today, Swisher responded.
Not to be outdone by the 100 year Wrigley Field anniversary party today, the White Sox have announced their first ever “Cell-Ebration,” a huge bash celebrating U.S. Cellular Field’s 23 years and 5 days birthday tonight.
On the eve of the Cubs-Sox series at Wrigley, the New York Times reported that former North and South side slugger Sammy Sosa was one of the 104 major league players to test positive for steroids in 2003. Zero percent of anyone across the nation were surprised by the news.
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.