With Yelich hitting .353 and pounding out 13 homers in 23 games, the spotlight trained on Bryant’s troubles feels like it’s powered by Niagara Falls.
I have applied all of my analytical powers and huddled with my sources, and I’m here to tell you that the Bears’ just-released schedule is a beast.
After so many months of wishing he’d stop trying to come back from a gruesome knee injury, I had one thought when he retired Wednesday: Thank God.
It will be a lost season if luck cackles at them on May 14 and gives the No. 1 pick, also known as Duke’s Zion Williamson, to another team.
Having been to golf hell, here he was, if not in heaven, then at least at Augusta National, which the sport considers the next-best thing.
Context is a foreign substance in an age of knee-jerk reactions and mallets over the head on social media. But context says he’s showing improvement.
Had Chicago known that the successful Packers were a simmering mess, it might have made the bad Bears football of the past a bit more bearable.
Everything got better in a 10-0 victory — everything except Jon Lester’s tight left hamstring, which forced him to leave in the third inning.
With the team crawling into town after a 2-7 start, there’s a decent chance boos will escort several players as they line up for introductions.
NBC Sports Chicago brought Ozzie Guillen back to the White Sox, to where he belongs, to where he started and to where it ended so badly.
What’s missing and what has been missing for the Sox for years is baseball excitement. Real excitement. It’s time to start seeing it this season.
I know what some of you are thinking: It’s early April, fool! On the other hand, it’s not overreacting if the sky is showing early signs of falling.
“Everybody’s heard or listened a little more intently this year than they did in the past,” he said. “When you get smacked … it does wake you up.”
In Deadspin’s massive exposition, Joe Ricketts’ adult kids come across as emotionally needy 8-year-olds during the family’s quest to buy the club.
The 1-0 Cubs are on pace for 162 wins, Javy Baez will win the MVP award and the only question is how many years Joe Maddon wants on his next contract.