Remaining Cubs rush to claim Schwarber’s walk-up music

The news that Kyle Schwarber and the Cubs were likely parting ways had barely broke when Dante Deiana's phone started lighting up.

Financially destitute baseball team decides it can’t afford the luxury of a .188 hitter

The down-and-out Chicago Cubs have decided to part ways with Kyle Schwarber after a miserable 2020 campaign in which the misplaced left-fielder struggled mightily at the plate.

LaRussa drunk-dials Tim Anderson

Less than a day after Tony LaRussa's February 2020 DUI arrest broke, the new White Sox skipper attempted to break the ice with Tim Anderson by placing a long-awaited phone call to the team's star shortstop. There was only one problem.

Report: LaRussa was White Sox 2nd choice to Jim Fregosi who died in 2014

White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf was waxing nostalgic this week as he pondered who his team's next manager should be.

World Series trophy tests positive for COVID-19

Hours after the Dodgers clinched their first World Series title in 32 years, the Commissioner's Trophy became the first known inanimate object to test positive for COVID-19, likely due to its exposure to Dodgers 3B Justin Turner whose positive test was released in the second inning of Tuesday night's Game 6.

Blackhawks release Corey Crawford tribute video that’s just his 2013 Cup speech

As the Blackhawks part ways with goalie Corey Crawford, the team's marketing department rushed to compile a tribute video when someone had an idea.

Heyward holds team in clubhouse overnight for another postseason rain delay speech

"It's one thing if the delay is only 17 minutes and it's the World Series," said first baseman Anthony Rizzo, "but a 24-hour delay during the Wild Card round is just not the same."