11:06 AM EST, Thu March 05, 2015
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First impressions from the White Sox's first spring training game

Defense helps more than it hurts in victory over Dodgers in Cactus League opener The White Sox's return to respectability opened in earnest with a a professional-looking victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the first Cactus League game of the season. But even if they fumbled and fudged and farted their way through nine innings, it was still viewable baseball. That won't always be the case over the first couple weeks of spring training, so let's GIF this one up. *Tyler Danish is criticized for funky arm action, but it doesn't jump off the screen like Chris Sale's does. Its unorthodoxy...

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Dodgers lose exhibition opener to White Sox, 6-4

Dodgers lose exhibition opener to White Sox, 6-4

The game: The Dodgers outhit the Chicago White Sox but lost the opener of their Cactus League schedule, 6-4, Wednesday afternoon. Pitching report: Dodgers starter Erik Bedard allowed a run on two hits in his two innings. Reliever Juan Nicasio...

Aggressive approach shows up early

GLENDALE, Ariz. – The Chicago White Sox are not going to slow play their new speed attack, going into attack mode Wednesday in their first Cactus League game of the spring. Four runs in the first three innings led to a 6-4 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. In those early three innings, Alexei Ramirez had a stolen base, Adam Eaton went first to third on a single and even Jose Abreu got into the act when he scored from first base on a double by Adam LaRoche.
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Bulls' Joakim Noah announces new anti-violence initiative

His post-practice shooting routine finished, Joakim Noah walked over to address the media following Wednesday’s Bulls’ practice.
Chicago Tribune 20 hours ago

Craig Sager plans colorful return for Bulls-Thunder game

Craig Sager, who has sports coats in every color with the possible exception of conventional black and navy, had a choice in mind for his return to the NBA sidelines. After an 11-month battle with leukemia, he planned on a blood orange selection for TNT's coverage of the Bulls' game Thursday...

Craig Sager plans colorful return for Bulls-Thunder game

Craig Sager, who has sports coats in every color with the possible exception of conventional black and navy, had a choice in mind for his return to the NBA sidelines. After an 11-month battle with leukemia, he planned on a blood orange selection for TNT's coverage of the Bulls' game Thursday...
Chicago Tribune 21 hours ago

Alex Rodriguez singles in first at-bat following suspension

TAMPA, Fla. -- Alex Rodriguez lined a single into short left field Wednesday in his return to the New York Yankees after a 17-month absence.
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Bears facing major special-teams overhaul

As the Chicago Bears prepare for free agency, they’ve got considerable needs to weigh and cannot forget about special teams, a unit that was understocked last season.

Bears facing major special-teams overhaul

As the Chicago Bears prepare for free agency, they’ve got considerable needs to weigh and cannot forget about special teams, a unit that was understocked last season.

Johnson makes impressive first impression

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Micah Johnson connected with the first blow in the brawl that is expected to be the battle for the Chicago White Sox’s second-base job. It wasn’t just that Johnson had three hits in four at-bats during Tuesday’s intrasquad game, he used his speed to cause all kinds of trouble for the defense and was able to score three runs. “That’s my job to get on base any way possible,” Johnson said.

White Sox, Jose Quintana open Cactus League play

GLENDALE, Ariz. – The White Sox will put their new-look team to its first spring training test Wednesday when the Sox take on the Dodgers at Camelback Ranch.

Jon Gruden scouts 5 QBs who could be on Bears' radar

Since the Bears might be in the market for a quarterback at some point in the draft, fans might want to pay closer attention to Jon Gruden’s "QB Camp" this year.
Chicago Tribune 23 hours ago

Jon Gruden scouts 5 QBs who could be on Bears' radar

Since the Bears might be in the market for a quarterback at some point in the draft, fans might want to pay closer attention to Jon Gruden’s "QB Camp" this year.
Chicago Tribune Mar 4, 2015

Free-agent receiver Brian Hartline meeting with Bears

Whether or not the Chicago Bears turn over their corps of wide receivers for this season remains to be seen. What isn’t debatable is the need to find a third wide receiver for 2015.
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The Jay Cutler-Brandon Marshall countdown

Tick, tick, tick . . .

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