In the latest episode of the Halas Intrigue podcast, Patrick Finley breaks down the Bears running back position in anticipation of training camp:
The Bears announced their training-camp schedule Thursday — and this year features a new ticketing wrinkle.
Luis Torrens was only in the game because Austin Hedges was still on the shelf after Anthony Rizzo slid into the Padres catcher Monday night.
The left-handed pitcher agreed to a $2.2 million contract.
Anthony Rizzo is the only player in the last 60 years to reach safely to start the first inning in his first seven career leadoff appearances.
Were it up to Miguel Montero, there would be no clear path slide rule for the Padres — or anyone else — to complain about.
The Chicago Sun-Times’ Patrick Finley breaks down the gains made and the questions looming after the Bears’ offseason program: