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Keith Law likes the White Sox (more than PECOTA does, anyway)

Farm system breaks into the top half, but the 2015 team is still projected to finish under .500 For White Sox fans who can't help but look into the future, there's some good news and some bad news. Starting with the former, ESPN.com's Keith Law ranked the White Sox farm system the 12th-best in baseball: They've added four players within the top-120 range of prospects in the past 24 months, via the draft and one trade, and they didn't give up any of those premium guys to add Jeff Samardzija this offseason. Although the system still isn't deep in average prospects, it is in the best ...

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Congratulations, Blackhawks fans: Predators still obsessed with you

The Predators sit atop the Central Division, three points ahead of the Blackhawks with three games in hand.

Visitation and Memorial Services set for Ernie Banks

Visitation for Ernie Banks will be from noon to 8 p.m. Friday at Fourth Presbyterian Church, the Cubs announced Monday.
Chicago Tribune Jan 26, 2015

Visitation and Memorial Services set for Ernie Banks

Visitation for Ernie Banks will be from noon to 8 p.m. Friday at Fourth Presbyterian Church, the Cubs announced Monday.
Chicago Tribune Jan 26, 2015

Can Bears find Jay Cutler's successor in draft? Don't bet on it

MOBILE, Ala. — As the Bears work to fill out John Fox's coaching staff and review personnel there is also the task of preparing for the NFL draft, the lifeblood of any organization, especially one in a rebuilding phase.

Can Bears find Jay Cutler's successor in draft? Don't bet on it

MOBILE, Ala. — As the Bears work to fill out John Fox's coaching staff and review personnel there is also the task of preparing for the NFL draft, the lifeblood of any organization, especially one in a rebuilding phase.

Sox pulling out stops to bump attendance in 2015

CHICAGO -- Brooks Boyer said they have a new motto in the White Sox ticket department. "Strategically, the big thing we're saying internally is, 'One more game,' " said Boyer, the team's senior vice president of sales and marketing, at SoxFest over the weekend. "How do we get people to attend one more game?" Attendance is always an issue at White Sox games, as the team tries to reverse an eight-year slide that has seen their average attendance decrease by 42.

Bulls' John Paxson on Jeff Van Gundy comments: Pretty pathetic

During Friday's Bulls-Mavericks telecast, ESPN commentator Jeff Van Gundy accused Bulls management of trying to undermine coach Tom Thibodeau by leaking disparaging stories, saying the practice dates to Phil Jackson's tenure as well as Scott Skiles' and Vinny Del Negro's.

Bulls' John Paxson on Jeff Van Gundy comments: Pretty pathetic

During Friday's Bulls-Mavericks telecast, ESPN commentator Jeff Van Gundy accused Bulls management of trying to undermine coach Tom Thibodeau by leaking disparaging stories, saying the practice dates to Phil Jackson's tenure as well as Scott Skiles' and Vinny Del Negro's.

Anemic bullpen did bear some fruit

CHICAGO – A disappointing season can have some advantages too, even when it comes to the 2014 Chicago White Sox bullpen. Considered one of the most disappointing parts of last season, when the White Sox went 73-89 and finished 17 games back in the division, the bullpen had the second worst ERA in the American League at 4.38 and its 21 blown saves were nine more than the Royals and Mariners, who tied for the lead in that category. But with Nate Jones out for the season with a back and then elbow issue, and Matt Lindstrom unable to close for most of the year, other pitchers were asked to...

Gillaspie now in a position of strength

CHICAGO – While Chicago White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia said he lost an undetermined amount of weight this winter, Conor Gillaspie admitted he has gone in the opposite direction. Thanks to an offseason weight conditioning program, Gillaspie estimates he has gained between 15 and 20 pounds of muscle which should translate into driving the ball harder. At face value, it sound as if Gillaspie is striving to become more of a power-hitting third baseman, but it isn’t as simple as that.

Bulls Game Day: Mike Dunleavy out vs. Heat

The Bulls and Mike Dunleavy both keep saying the veteran forward is close to returning from his injured right ankle.

Bulls Game Day: Mike Dunleavy out vs. Heat

The Bulls and Mike Dunleavy both keep saying the veteran forward is close to returning from his injured right ankle.

Ernie Banks remembered fondly at SoxFest

CHICAGO – The Chicago White Sox’s fan convention took on a decidedly somber tone Saturday, after the death of Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks was announced late Friday evening. There was no cross-town rivalry Saturday, as before each panel discussion, tributes were made toward the Hall of Famer. During a mid-morning panel discussion featuring members of the club’s 2005 World Series championship team, radio broadcaster Ed Farmer offered his own tribune to Banks, whom he called a friend.

Rodon mixing business with pleasure

CHICAGO – Top Chicago White Sox prospect Carlos Rodon has been multitasking this weekend, using his time at SoxFest to meet fans, but also getting in some work in advance of spring training. Rodon not only met pitching coach Don Cooper for the first time Thursday, he threw an indoor bullpen session at U.S. Cellular Field in order to help the two get more acquainted on a business level. “I spoke with him over the phone a couple of times this offseason and I finally got to meet him and we worked on it,” Rodon said.

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