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The offseason begins with a new Chicago manager and old arguments

Cubs' reported hiring of Joe Maddon will naturally lead to comparisons with Robin Ventura, most of them meaningless and unhelpful We just spent a postseason watching two very different managers steer wild card teams to the very top of their sport. Bruce Bochy is best known for having the largest head in the game. Ned Yost is accused of seldomly using his. Keep this in mind when you process the Cubs' imminent hiring of Joe Maddon. I's a good move by the Cubs. It's questionable how they accomplished it -- given Theo Epstein's history of messy transactions, I'm guessing there will be a...
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World Series Game 7: Notes and discussion

THE ROYALS AND GIANTS GO TO THE LIMIT THIS IS WHAT BASEBALL IS SUPPOSED hey the Cubs have a new manager Game 7: Kansas City Royals vs. San Francisco Giants Series tied 3-3, duh.Time: 7:07 | TV: Fox Blogs: Royals Review | McCovey Chronicles Lineups Today's Lineups SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS KANSAS...

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Chicago Tribune Oct 27, 2014

10 thoughts after Bears' loss to Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears surrendered 50 points for the second time in the last 10 games, getting whipped 51-23 on Sunday by the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.

10 thoughts after Bears' loss to Patriots

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears surrendered 50 points for the second time in the last 10 games, getting whipped 51-23 on Sunday by the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium.

Cardinals right fielder Oscar Taveras dies in car crash

St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Oscar Taveras, one of the top prospects in baseball, died in a car crash in the Dominican Republic, his agent told media members and the Cardinals on Sunday.
Chicago Tribune Oct 26, 2014

Cardinals right fielder Oscar Taveras dies in car crash

St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Oscar Taveras, one of the top prospects in baseball, died in a car crash in the Dominican Republic, his agent told media members and the Cardinals on Sunday.

Blackhawks Game Day: Rivalry with Blues renewed

ST. LOUIS -- Another chapter in the rivalry between the Chicago Blackhawks and St. Louis Blues was written Saturday night when the teams faced off at the Scottrade Center.
Chris Kuc / Chicago Tribune Oct 25, 2014

Blackhawks Game Day: Rivalry with Blues renewed

ST. LOUIS -- Another chapter in the rivalry between the Chicago Blackhawks and St. Louis Blues was written Saturday night when the teams faced off at the Scottrade Center.

In 30th season with Bulls, John Paxson a sports rarity

In 1985, freshly hired Bulls general manager Jerry Krause wanted to surround Michael Jordan with shooters and knew the Spurs owed the Bulls $200,000.

In 30th season with Bulls, John Paxson a sports rarity

In 1985, freshly hired Bulls general manager Jerry Krause wanted to surround Michael Jordan with shooters and knew the Spurs owed the Bulls $200,000.

Royals claim White Sox's Sierra

CHICAGO – The Kansas City Royals haven’t been too busy with the World Series to look toward the future, claiming outfielder Moises Sierra off waivers Friday from the Chicago White Sox. A portion of the Royals’ success this season can be credited to a solid defense, especially in the outfield. Moises’ strengths are his outfield range and throwing arm, both of which helped to earn him playing time with the White Sox this past season.

Konerko named co-winner of Clemente award

CHICAGO – Paul Konerko might have retired at the end of September, but he had one last honor to collect Friday. The White Sox’s team captain was named co-winner of the 2014 Roberto Clemete Award along with the Philadelphia Phillies’ Jimmy Rollins. It is the first time there have been co-winners of the honor, which is given to players for contributions both on and off the field. Sportsmanship and community involvement are two of the primary criteria for the award.
Chicago Sun-Times Oct 23, 2014

Young Royals lefty Brandon Finnegan has friend in White Sox prospect Carlos Rodon

While No. 3 overall draft pick Carlos Rodon was pitching in the minor leagues, No. 17 pick Brandon Finnegan was helping the Kansas City Royals get to the World Series. For all the talk about Rodon making a fast-track contribution to the Sox in 2014, it was Finnegan — another 21-year-old left-hander — who would make major-league contributions and major headlines. Rodon, Finnegan’s roommate with Team USA, was left with nothing to do baseball-wise but to cheer...
Chicago Tribune Oct 23, 2014

National networks and analysts rooting for Derrick Rose

Welcome back, Derrick Rose. Signed, your friends at ESPN, TNT and NBA TV.

Eaton, Ramirez named Gold Glove finalists

CHICAGO – A Chicago White Sox team that had its issues on defense at times in 2014 still had two players named Thursday as finalists for an American League Gold Glove Award. Center fielder Adam Eaton and shortstop Alexei Ramirez each were named finalists at their respective positions, with the winners to be announced Nov. 4 live on ESPN2 at 6 p.m. CST. Neither Eaton nor Ramirez has won a Gold Glove, although Ramirez was considered to be a potential Gold Glove winner early in his career.

Konerko's memorable slam turns 9

CHICAGO -- Paul Konerko's career was defined by hard work, consistency and his leadership skills, all of which were lauded as his playing days came to an end last month. But boiling it down to the single-best moment of his career, it would be hard to beat his go-ahead grand slam in Game 2 of the 2005 World Series against the Houston Astros. That memorable blast, which was commemorated with a blue seat in the left field stands near the White Sox bullpen, happened exactly nine years ago today on Oct.

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