New day, new series.
Adbert Alzolay is back.
I am very sorry, but since he was OK, it is impossible not to laugh at the sound he makes.
Get ready to see plenty of Justin Fields this summer!
The sort of deal the 76ers would accept would change the fit of Simmons in Chicago.
Lots to get into from around baseball this afternoon.
If you’ll recall, the Bears had an interest in signing Tom Brady last season. So this makes you think…
Hernandez should be getting his pro career underway very soon.
The Blackhawks are reportedly interested in trading for Jack Eichel. Simply put: they should not.
There is not much discourse on the No. 1 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft. And there shouldn’t be.
Two gamer vs. Cleveland.
You just never know when an innocent conversation will break out into Bears stadium talk.
Trailing in the series 2-1 on the road, the Vegas Golden Knights turned to former Blackhawk Robin Lehner and he delivered in a 2-1 overtime win and had plenty to say afterwards.
The Cubs need their two high-contact bats back, but the timelines are still fuzzy.
The former Cubs left fielder is currently outpacing the man who replaced him.
Cubs Ridiculous Bullpen Trio, Wisdom’s 15-Pitch At Bat, Mills’ Fantastic Sinker, Rizzo’s Oops, and Other Cubs Bullets
Game got to the 7th inning with a Cubs lead? Game is over. For the last couple months anyway. That, and so much more to get into.
The Cubs have been quite good this year at avoiding the sweep, something no other playoff contender in the NL can say.
The Cubs have gotten very good at avoiding the sweep.
According to Larry Brooks of the New York Post, the Blackhawks have interest in trading for Buffalo Sabres star Jack Eichel. *heavy sigh*
Imagine not liking sports. Here’s to more great finishes for the Bears in 2021 and beyond!
Rotating in a fresh arm.
A Happy Father’s Day to all the Blackhawks Dads out there!
The Bulls should look into Dinwiddie this summer.
Avoid the sweep.
It’s easier to flush a bad loss when it didn’t come at the end of a very bad week.
Disastrous game all around.
Yo, Team USA, call LaVine!
Rising fourth-year receiver Anthony Miller has his work cut out for him in what could be a BIG year.
One too many steps, Mr. Wilson.
While I took in a Cubs game with the Bleacher Nation crew, the Montreal Canadiens took a 2-1 series lead over the Vegas Golden Knights.
Sure liked Joc Pederson going deep twice again, but that was the only offense. Which is a reminder of the Cubs’ big issue.
That was a thud of a series opener.
Go Cubs, let’s get back on track.
The Marlins are in town for three.