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South Side Sox 15 hours ago

White Sox sign George Kottaras to a minor league deal

Sorry, no songs to sing today, but the Sox add another catcher to a rather full catcher competition. The White Sox have made another move today by signing free agent catcher George Kottaras to a minor league contract.  The White Sox are the tenth organization that Kottaras has been a part of and potentially his eighth major league team. Kottaras has hit .215/.326/.411 in the majors. Kottaras does have a nice 14.1% walk rate and .197 ISO, but this is offset by his career .248 BABIP.  Defensively, he has been a bit of a mixed bag over his career too. He's been a slightly better than...

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Los Angeles Times 12 hours ago

Angels, Red Sox discontinue pension plans for non-uniformed personnel

Jerry Reinsdorf of the Chicago White Sox opposed last January’s vote by fellow Major League Baseball owners to allow individual teams to reduce or discontinue pension plans for non-uniformed personnel, a group that includes front-office executives and support staff, scouts, minor league...

April 3, 2009 to Wednesday: Jay Cutler's Bears timeline

April 3, 2009: The Bears acquire Jay Cutler in a trade with the Broncos, sending quarterback Kyle Orton, two first-round draft picks and a third-rounder for him.
Chicago Tribune Dec 17, 2014

Bears bench Jay Cutler, will start Jimmy Clausen on Sunday

The Chicago Bears have benched quarterback Jay Cutler and plan to start Jimmy Clausen against the Detroit Lions on Sunday, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed Wednesday evening. ESPN first reported the news.

Joakim Noah expects to play vs. Knicks

Joakim Noah practiced fully Wednesday and said it's "likely" he'll return for Thursday's Knicks-Bulls game on TNT after missing four games with a sore right ankle.

Joakim Noah expects to play vs. Knicks

Joakim Noah practiced fully Wednesday and said it's "likely" he'll return for Thursday's Knicks-Bulls game on TNT after missing four games with a sore right ankle.
Chicago Tribune Dec 17, 2014

Marc Trestman on Jay Cutler's body language: 'We all can do better'

The Bears’ three consecutive losses on national television have rekindled the narrative about how quarterback Jay Cutler’s body language equates to leadership, with various analysts and talking heads piling on at the end of a ruined season.

Three things we learned about the Bears in Week 15

There’s only one good thing you can say about the Chicago Bears’ Week 15: It’s over.
Chicago Tribune Dec 16, 2014

Three things we learned about the Bears in Week 15

There’s only one good thing you can say about the Chicago Bears’ Week 15: It’s over.

White Sox's chemistry test begins in earnest

CHICAGO – Adding a glut of experienced major league players is one thing. Getting them to play together and transform the Chicago White Sox into a winner will be something else entirely. The White Sox introduced three of their new additions Tuesday at U.S. Cellular Field, handing out new jerseys to starter Jeff Samardzija, closer Brian Robertson and outfielder Melky Cabrera. Other offseason additions include relievers Zach Duke and Dan Jennings, as well as first baseman/designated hitter Adam LaRoche.

Sox to take a look at Penny in camp

CHICAGO – A source confirmed earlier reports that veteran right-hander Brad Penny has been signed by the Chicago White Sox to a minor-league contract with an invite to big-league camp at spring training. The 36-year old has 14 years of experience, returning to the major leagues last season for eight games (four stars) with the Miami Marlins after missing the 2013 season. He was 2-1 with the Marlins with a 6.58 ERA. Penny is 121-101 in his career with a 4.
Chris Kuc / Chicago Tribune Dec 16, 2014

Bears' loss a fantasy win for Blackhawks' Patrick Kane

There was at least one Chicago athlete who was happy with how the Chicago Bears played against the New Orleans Saints on Monday night -- at least at the end.
Chris Kuc / Chicago Tribune Dec 16, 2014

Illness sidelines Duncan Keith for Wild game

Defenseman Duncan Keith will not be in the lineup when the Chicago Blackhawks face the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night at the United Center.

Cabrera arrives with past missteps in tow

CHICAGO – New Chicago White Sox left fielder Melky Cabrera made his mistake and served his punishment – not to mention serving it with heavy doses of contrition – so the club thinks it’s time to move forward. Not only was it a surprise that the apparently budget-restricted White Sox agreed to a deal with Cabrera over the weekend to the tune of three years and $42 million, another eye opener was the fact that the added a player who had been suspended for 50 games and missed the end of the 2012 season because of elevated levels of testosterone.

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