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Barry Rozner

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A former vendor at all of Chicago's ballparks and stadiums during his college years, Barry Rozner has been a sports columnist for the Daily Herald since 1997, following a decade covering the Cubs first as a feature writer and then as the beat writer.

Rozner has won Peter Lisagor and Associated Press writing awards for his work as a columnist and sports writer, and includes among his national scoops the story that Phil Jackson would be named coach of the Bulls in 1989. In 2007, he was named "Sportswriter of the Year" by the Pitch & Hit Club of Chicago.

A graduate of Northern Illinois University, Rozner has written several books, including "Second to Home" with Ryne Sandberg, and "Where's Harry?" with Steve Stone. He's a frequent co-host on the Score radio and in 2010 began co-hosting "Hit and Run" at the sports talk radio outlet, WSCR 670-AM.

Rozner was honored by the Little City Foundation in 1998, and sits on the board of the James P. Lang Scholarship Foundation, which awards college scholarships to children of single parent homes.

Having finally given up the violence of hockey for the aggravation of golf, Rozner lives a mostly healthy existence with his family in the Northwest suburbs

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Rozner: Bears’ Cutler doing what he does best

Dec 16 2014 | 4:00 pm - Jay Cutler is an empty suit in a building filled with empty suits and the temptation is to blame those with the power to hold him accountable for the failure to hold Cutler accountable. That’s easy to say. It is impossible to do.

Rozner: Cubs, Ricketts have reason to smile

Dec 15 2014 | 7:21 pm - Tom Ricketts rarely feels the need to be out front, but on Monday he was content to be nothing more than a passenger. Grinning from ear to ear, Ricketts has come a long way since early July.

Rozner: White Sox’ winning winter keeps getting better

Dec 14 2014 | 1:18 pm - The White Sox’ signing of Melky Cabrera continues what has been a remarkable few weeks for GM Rick Hahn.

Rozner: NIU expansion plan leads to Big 12 talk

Dec 13 2014 | 10:44 pm - NIU has unveiled plans to double the expansion of Huskie Stadium at a time when there are rumors that they might be a target of the Big 12.

Rozner: Bears have much bigger problems than OC

Dec 12 2014 | 6:24 pm - Should Bears ownership be involved in the hiring and firing of GMs, coaches and QBs, beyond putting in place a team president qualified to handle all of those matters himself? That’s the real issue.

Rozner: With Lester, Epstein delivers in big way again

Dec 10 2014 | 1:47 pm - Theo Epstein brought the promise of hope when he arrived, and though many didn’t believe in or understand the plan the last three years, it’s hard to deny that it’s starting to come together.

Rozner: White Sox signaled aggressive intent early

Dec 09 2014 | 8:27 pm - While conventional wisdom was that the White Sox would continue the rebuilding of last winter, Jerry Reinsdorf, Ken Williams and Rick Hahn were transparent about their desire to be aggressive this off-season.

Rozner: NCAA needs 12-team football playoff

Dec 08 2014 | 5:25 am - The solution to the latest arguments is a 12-team, College Football Playoff, with the top four teams getting a bye in the first round. That removes the concern that expanding the playoff removes incentive in rivalry games and diminishes the...

Rozner: Can Derrick Rose do anything right in fans’ eyes?

Dec 08 2014 | 8:36 pm - There’s more to this Derrick Rose story than meets the eye. We have reached a point in his hometown among his own fans where he can do no right, on the court or off. The hatred for Rose locally had already gone beyond anything rational, and...

Rozner: In one way, Bears still control own fate

Dec 07 2014 | 12:31 am - There are jobs are on the line, from the careers of Bears players to the employment of coaches and the futures of executives. The players will have a lot to say in the final three games about who stays and who goes.

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