Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Woo-Woo in History: Tiananmen Square 1989

Here is Woo-Woo 20 years ago posing for the camera during China's Tiananmen Square protests of 1989. Woo-Woo found a way into one of the most iconic photos of the '80s.

Pittsburgh Pirates taken hostage by Somali pirates

After attacking numerous ships along the Somalia coast, a large group of Somali pirates staged their most daring attack yet when they overtook baseball's Pittsburgh Pirates.

Ronnie Woo-Woo at Declaration of Independence signing on July 4, 1776

The original Fourth of July meant many things to many people, but perhaps no one was more excited than Cubs superfan Ronnie Woo-Woo Wickers who used the opportunity to share the spotlight with our nation's Founding Fathers.

Sox wore new Sunday Zubaz uniforms yesterday

The White Sox jazzed up their Sunday home uniforms yesterday. Instead of alternate colors or throwback jerseys, players wore full Zubaz gear in their 13-0 loss to Florida. The new uniforms feature elastic bands, unsupportive crotches and outrageous stripes no woman has ever found attractive.

Sox fan’s response to team’s elimination from Central: ‘Cubs suck!’

Earlier this week the flailing White Sox were eliminated from the AL Central race. Rather than dwell on his team's catastrophic stretch play, Sox fan Billy Marowitski had only one thing to say.

Cubs TV booth short one mustache after Brenly reportedly hired to manage Brewers

The Cubs have an apparent vacancy in their TV broadcast booth after color man Bob Brenly is reportedly headed to Milwaukee where he'll manage the rival Brewers. WGN TV is already looking for Brenly's replacement, but won't settle for just anyone.

Gardenhire finally wins something after regular season

Ron Gardenhire was named 2010 AL Manager of the Year Wednesday, marking the first time since 2002 the Twins skipper has won anything after the conclusion of the regular season.