Friday, January 21, 2022

‘Bored’ Guillen takes job as school crossing guard

Aside from a few local personal appearances and sports commentary gigs on national television, Guillen has done little to occupy his time. He told a local radio station that his days are spent mostly watching television. ”I love the Maury Povich Show. I can spend hours trying to figure out who’s the father.”

Giolito’s jersey retirement ceremony to follow shutout over Royals next month

“No White Sox player will ever wear number 27 again,” team GM Rick Hahn told local scribes at a press conference to announce the retirement of the jersey of pitcher Lucas Giolito on March 26, the day of the team's home opener against Kansas City.

The Heckler’s On Deck

The Heckler predicts what will happen in the world of sports this month.

Eloy Jimenez projected to win first ever Gold Glove as DH

In a team stocked with heavy hitters but poor fielders, Eloy Jimenez is on pace to make history as the league's first Gold Glove winner as a designated hitter.

23 Things Only Chicago Sports Fans Of The ’90s Can Relate To

If you were a sports fan living in Chicago during the 90's, you probably experienced most of this list at some point.

News Shocker: Sosa reportedly took steroids in 2003

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.

MLB cancels replay in meaningless games on account of it being stupid

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."