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  • Maddux reflective as Hall induction nears Jul 25, 2014 8:20 PM
    As he looked around the hotel the last 24 hours, running into Hall of Famer after Hall of Famer, Greg Maddux was struck by the comparison. He never threw 97 mph and never employed the devastating breaking pitch that could leave hitters buckled and beaten. Maddux did it with his mind.

     
  • 31 special things about Greg Maddux Jul 25, 2014 3:35 PM
    Did you know Greg Maddux led the National League in innings pitched for five consecutive seasons? With Maddux heading into the baseball hall of fame this weekend, we look back at his career with 31 thoughts, facts, moments and memories of No. 31.

     
  • Maddux admits he’s nervous for HOF weekend Jul 23, 2014 5:29 AM
    I’ve never known Greg Maddux to be nervous about anything, but he admitted Tuesday that he’s nervous because he’s about to do something he’s never done before. “I have to give a speech,” Maddux said. “I’ve never given a speech before.”

     
  • Salary cap problems? Blackhawks could have worse problems Jul 20, 2014 7:41 AM
    The fight to stay under the NHL salary cap is unrelenting, especially when you’re the Blackhawks and you have a core of extraordinary players taking up so much of the payroll. It’s a much better situation than having a dearth of great players and paying mediocrity to reach the cap floor and miss the playoffs, like in 2010.

     
  • Bears camp can't start soon enough Jul 16, 2014 9:15 AM
    The NFL is almost here and it can't come soon enough in Chicago, where -- until further notice -- baseball ends annually at the trade deadline.It doesn't hurt that expectations for The Beloved are soaring after an off-season designed to rebuild a 2013 defense that was predictably bad and, by the finish, even worse.

     
  • Rebuilding White Sox not in Tigers’ league Jul 15, 2014 10:17 AM
    Even if the White Sox’ bullpen were good, or Addison Reed were still here getting it done, how much different would 2014 be for the Sox? It would feel better, sure, but the Sox would still be chasing the Tigers.

     
  • All-too-familiar story for Bulls Jul 13, 2014 3:59 PM
    The Bulls have become quite familiar with missing out on the best players available, and this time they wind up with Pau Gasol instead of Carmelo Anthony.

     
  • Will you blame Bulls’ Rose for LeBron’s decision? Jul 11, 2014 3:53 PM
    Interesting guy, LeBron James. He appears to be a pretty decent guy and is affected by how he’s viewed. There aren’t many athletes worth hundreds of millions -- or maybe even billions -- who care about their public persona.

     
  • Is Cubs' plan really that hard to understand? Jul 9, 2014 5:42 AM
    Theo Epstein is getting a firsthand look at the folly that hundreds of Cubs players, managers and GMs have experienced, the distinct displeasure of fans and media experts, quick with a rebuke but silent when surveyed for an alternative plan. What's staggering is the inability of many to understand something so simple, or the absolute refusal to even try to grasp the obvious, while conveniently forgetting the spending calamities of the past.

     
  • Just like that, Cubs have No. 1 system in MLB Jul 7, 2014 5:30 AM
    When the next issue of Baseball America hits the newsstands -- or the midseason prospect update hits the BA website -- the Cubs’ farm system will be ranked No. 1 in Major League Baseball. Just think about that for a minute.

     
  • Big trade brings Cubs closer to winning Jul 5, 2014 10:01 PM
    Odd as it may feel if you’re a Cubs fan desperate for something to watch and stunned that a productive month has led to another selloff, the Cubs under Theo Epstein are closer to winning today than they were a few days ago.

     
  • Richards’ price right for Blackhawks Jul 1, 2014 9:33 PM
    It wasn't sexy, but the Blackhawks' signing of Brad Richards didn't cost much and he has to be an upgrade over Michal Handzus.

     
  • Reinsdorf's cheap? What a bunch of Bull Jun 29, 2014 11:35 AM
    The Bulls and Jerry Reinsdorf continue to fight the narrative that they are cheap. But it's always wrong and intrinsically damaging to both Reinsdorf and the Bulls.

     
  • Draft offers Blackhawks a chance to deal Jun 27, 2014 5:12 AM
    The reality is you can't have everything when so few players eat up so much of the cap. The answer to improving the Blackhawks' roster -- and getting Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane signed -- might be in moving a popular player off the roster, perhaps even for a very high pick in the draft.

     
  • Langer believes Kaymer could really go on a tear Jun 21, 2014 10:16 PM
    Bernhard Langer is still pretty good at this golf thing, but today he is considered the world’s foremost expert on Martin Kaymer, and there’s really nowhere he can go now without being asked about his fellow German.

     
  • Cubs, Samardzija both making smart play Jun 20, 2014 5:33 AM
    Occasionally, rare as it may be, there is no bad guy in a conflict, and that is the case with the Cubs and Jeff Samardzija, Barry Rozner says. Samardzija is certain to be traded if the two sides can't come to terms on a new contract before July 31, and it's been clear for about a year that the two sides have substantially different opinions of his worth.

     
  • Life after Lynch: NIU football moves forward Jun 15, 2014 6:02 AM
    The past two years under Jordan Lynch were extraordinary. Never have Huskies fans been so filled with pride. With Lynch gone, some may fear what comes next, but NIU coach Rod Carey sees just the opposite.

     
  • Credit Blackhawks’ Kane with growing up Jun 7, 2014 4:43 PM
    Without reliving the unfortunate incidents of summers not long ago, Patrick Kane now talks about using the off-season to become a better player, be more prepared for next season and mentor young players. Yes, Patrick Kane sounds like he has grown up.

     
  • Blackhawks finally get rest they didn’t want Jun 5, 2014 10:13 PM
    Throughout the Los Angeles series, as was the case in the first two rounds, the Blackhawks made uncharacteristic mental mistakes, very likely the result of so many difficult and emotional games the last two years.

     
  • Don Zimmer: With all due respect, a baseball man Jun 4, 2014 11:49 PM
    Former Cubs manager Don Zimmer died Wednesday in Dunedin, Fla., at the age of 83. He had been hospitalized since undergoing heart-valve surgery in April. He leaves behind his wife of 63 years, Soot, many children and grandchildren, and thousands of baseball friends.

     
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