Dr. Frank Jobe, who pioneered the surgery that revived the career of Tommy John and numerous other pitchers over the last 40 years, was honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame last July. It was a well-deserved, long-overdue honor for an orthopedic surgeon whose contributions to baseball eclipsed even some players actually inducted into the
GLENDALE, Ariz. — The White Sox bullpen should get a little deeper soon. Right-hander Daniel Webb returned to camp after a one-week absence due to a death in his family, and right-hander Ronald Belisario, who has been in Venezuela because of visa problems, is making his way to camp. Webb was considered to be in
Show season nears the end with a varied trio this weekend; usually the snow is long melted before the final shows–not this year.
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Like almost every other Blackhawk, Andrew Shaw needs to step it up. By his own admission, the gritty, gutty forward has been neither gritty nor gutty in recent games and is hoping a promotion to the No. 1 line with Jonathan Toews and Brandon Saad snaps him out of it. ‘‘I’ve been pretty slow lately,
Oscar Mayer has introduced P3, a snack pack similar to a Lunchable, for adults. It’s filled with protein — good, right? Not so fast.
The Obama administration has announced a two-year-extension for consumers whose plans would otherwise be canceled because they fall short of coverage requirements under the Affordable Care Act. Other regulations were also announced Wednesday. The Associated Press has a good synopsis here.
Not certain who is better, Cameron Diaz or Quvenzhané Wallis in the reboot of “Annie.” The Miss Hannigan vs. Annie dynamic appears to rival the original perfectly. But you can bet your bottom dollar that the dance numbers with Jamie Foxx will be the best bet this Christmas.
More than 40 acts are packing up and heading to Austin, Texas for the South By Southwest Music Festival next week. ool-hip-hop.html”> From the up-and-coming hip-hop performers King Louie and Katie Got Bandz, to Urge Overkill, a pioneers of the early Wicker Park scene, the annual showcase reps strong Chicago ties. So strong, in fact,
Rodrigo Santoro is a man who refuses to deny himself. “Come over and I’ll make pasta pomodoro,” he jokes. “A little fresh pasta. Nice tomatoes. I make a good risotto. I’ll treat myself to some bread. “It’s part of my routine,” he says. “I don’t do it everyday – of course. I like to eat