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Talk about a tough choice. If you were Ozzie Guillen on Friday, where would you have been? Would you have been on West Monroe Street, hanging around the Guggenheim Partners office hoping to get some face time with Dodgers co-owner Mark Walter? Or a...
Jerry Reinsdorf is 77, going on 40. He wasn't joking when he told a friend he is planning to serve as host when the 2033 All-Star Game comes to U.S. Cellular Field, commemorating the first one at Comiskey Park in 1933. But I'm not sure about that. It...
A year ago, some team might have made an offer that rocked Alex Young's world. The Pirates, Nationals or Red Sox, maybe even the Cubs, might have dug deep for the left-hander from Carmel High School. They still could, of course, but 2012 is definitely...
I've got a feeling that in some weird, alternate universe, Mayor Rahm Emanuel is making a decent living playing hide-the-pea. You know the game, don't you? First, you put your money down. Then Mr. Misdirection places a pea under one of three cups....
With a stern voice usually reserved for stump speeches or Springfield, Gov. Pat Quinn stared into the camera and appealed to White Sox voters everywhere. "Band together in the best tradition of baseball fans and send our best, Jake Peavy, to theAll-...
Robin Ventura leads with his heart. That's why he was flying into home plate on that awful night in Sarasota, Fla., 15 years ago. It's why he pushed himself beyond exhaustion in his recovery from an ankle damaged so bad it would ultimately require a rare...
Future baseball Hall of Famer Tony La Russa stood next to Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau on the Patriots sidelines Wednesday in Foxborough, Mass., as both watched coach Bill Belichick teach football at minicamp. Neither man was there to pick Belichick's brain...
Unless Carlos Marmol gets involved, the Cubs still hope to close a deal with the city to renovate Wrigley Field by Monday's home opener. Assuming the agreement can overcome a late-inning scare, planned improvements at the venerable 99-year-old...
Winning 45 games with 15 starting lineups that didn't include Derrick Rose demonstrated Tom Thibodeau's coaching ability even more than the Bulls posting the NBA's best regular-season record in his each of his first two seasons. The Bulls did it with...
I’m still waiting for confirmation from the Elias Sports Bureau, but I believe that Tom Ricketts now leads the Chicago Owners League in negotiating errors. It’s hard to think he surpassed Michael McCaskey in such a short time, but the...
Quaint ballparks are cool, no question about it. But they don't win championships. That's why the Yankees did an ugly overhaul on the House That Ruth built in the mid-1970s and scrapped the original Yankee Stadium altogether five seasons ago. It's why...
Adam Dunn couldn't stop smiling. He was floating, levitating almost, as he talked about how all the years of his baseball career — including one of the longest seasons anyone has ever had — had led to two swings of his bat Monday night. In a...
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