Bad begets bad. Journey and Def Leppard are the logical end to what began when the Cubs decided to play “Go, Cubs, Go’’ after each home victory.
Conditions are about to change for the outdoors, but all the same it is mainly outside stuff for this Wild Weekend Wandering around Chicago outdoors.
By saying he’ll be better than Molina and Posey, the Cubs’ Contreras stirred up Bay Area bluster and loads of that lovable St. Louis sanctimony.
The Golden State Warriors are sold on Lauri Markkanen. They look at the Firin’ Finn and see the kind of guy who’d look mighty fine in blue and gold.
Will Bears’ quarterback be more like Patriots’ Tom Brady? Or more like Eagles’ Nick Foles, Vikings’ Case Keenum and Jaguars’ Blake Bortles?
The wintry shore fishing at Powerton Lake produced Ricardo Cruz’s first blue catfish and earned him Fish of the Week honors.
The Field Museum and the Shedd Aquarium have a piece of the record number of visitors to Chicago, but more could be drawn in outdoors activities.
With the Bulls playing as well as they are, Paxson and Forman must decide whether they want to make this team the nucleus of the future.
Ice fishing again extends virtually everywhere around Chicago fishing, even on some of the rivers, for this sprawling raw-file Midwest Fishing Report.
It might be too much for all involved, but especially coaches. Of all the issues that keep them awake at night, team dissension tops the list.
A white opossum in the snow, a quip on Pike County trophies, a trail cam deer are all part of these notes around Chicago outdoors.
Slow 2017 start had an adverse effect on the team. Pitchers couldn’t be rested as the season went on, and the staff was a tired mess in the playoffs.
Olivia Vondrak, 14, caught six muskies in a week on Lake of the Woods to be champion of the Illinois Muskie Tournament Trail’s Youth Honor Roll.
Contreras simply was being honest when he explained why he no longer studies video of Yadier Molina and Buster Posey at work behind the plate.
He has lost 20 pounds. The previous Kyle is the guy you wanted on your softball team, the guy you wanted to buy a beer for afterward.