Updated: 2014-04-23 20:14:01
Get instant updates from Mark Lazerus, Mark Potash and the other beat reporters, plus join the discussion as the Blackhawks face the Blues in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
The Bears 2014 schedule has been announced. Chicago will play the Lions at Ford Field on Thanksgiving Day this season. The Bears last played the Lions on Thanksgiving in 1999, losing 21-17. In 2004, the Bears lost 21-7 against the Cowboys in Dallas on Thanksgiving.
The Chicago Federals couldn’t hold a ninth-inning lead Wednesday — just like the team they were disguised as. It meant a sour ending for the 100th birthday celebration of Wrigley Field and the Cubs, who wore the uniforms of the team that started in the …Read More
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As parties of the century go, Wednesday’s 100th ‘‘birthday’’ celebration for Wrigley Field falls woefully short compared to the classic centennials. The United States had … Read More
DETROIT — Miguel Cabrera had an RBI double in the first inning and a two-run homer in a five-run third against minor-league callup Charlie Leesman, … Read More
Leading up to the NFL draft, which begins May 8, the Sun-Times will take a position-by-position look at the Bears’ needs and which players might … Read More
It was the young, upstart Washington Wizards that were supposed to wilt late in games, when the spotlight shines the brightest. Read More
The best team has lost in the first three games of the Blackhawks-Blues series — just one reason this is the most captivating playoff series … Read More
If Jabari Parker could take Carmelo Anthony’s NBA career right now, I wonder if he’d do it. Eleven seasons for Anthony so far. No major … Read More
Jeff Larentowicz and MVP Mike Magee were available. But instead of the Fire’s leader or its best player taking the penalty kick in the 90th … Read More