Jordan Lynch will take part in the Bears’ local pro day Friday, throwing for his favorite childhood team and talking with officials who have tracked his Heisman Trophy finalist career at Northern Illinois. “It’s the team you grew up watching,” he told the Sun-Times. “You’re kinda overhyped and anxious.” He’s excited to be doing quarterback
Mulling things on my morning ramble with Lady, our family’s mutt pup.
It was a lousy night. And it only got worse into the morning. Fifteen walks by White Sox pitchers, including 11 from the eighth inning on by a bullpen so walked-out and used up that utility infielder Leury Garcia was forced to pitch the 14th inning for the Sox. And worst of all for manager
When Vince Strickland sent a couple big catfish nominations for FOTW, I was most intrigued as much with the idea of whether or not they were channel or blue catfish as the sheer size of the fish.
Adrian Nieto, who caught John Danks regularly in spring training and was set to catch him for the third time in as many starts Wednesday, looks like he could belong to Danks for the near future at least. “From Day 1 it felt right,’’ said Nieto, the Rule 5 draft pick who hadn’t played above
Johnnie Vassar is about more than the YouTube video that has become popular culture in Evanston. The 6-0 guard from the class of 2014, who signed his letter of intent Wednesday to play at Northwestern, drew the attention of coach Chris Collins because of his ability to pressure the ball and his explosiveness. That makes
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is counting on his veteran team to respond to the urgency of the moment — there is no time to wade into the playoff waters this year. Though the Hawks have won two Stanley Cup championships in the past four years, their run of excellence has been marked by relatively slow
CHARLOTTE – Here are the four postseason awards voted on by Joe Cowley: Most Valuable Player 1. Kevin Durant – Oklahoma City 2. LeBron James – Miami 3. Joakim Noah – Bulls 4. Blake Griffin – Los Angeles Clippers 5. Stephen Curry – Golden State Sixth Man of the Year 1. Taj Gibson – Bulls
NEW YORK – Tonight against the Cubs the Yankees’ Michael Pineda makes his first start since stirring debate and controversy over the pine-tar-looking substance all over his pitching hand during a six-inning, seven-strikeout performance against the Red Sox on Thursday. And the Cubs are very aware of it. “A lot’s been made of that,”
These GIFs, lovingly crafted by Australian artist Chris Edser, are so Jo it hurts.