NOT TRASH — The Bryce Harper/Manny Machado Sweepstakes If I allowed myself to be my typical, synical self this would veer slightly into the “trash” pile only because it’s giving […]
It’s only fitting that the two G-State players I most dislike were the ones involved in a back and forth snipe session near the end of regulation in Tuesday’s Warriors-Clippers matchup.
Rockets/Lakers Fight — (Surprisingly) Not Trash LeBron’s first home game. Two of the major contenders in the West. A national TV audience. Taken alone, those ingredients would’ve added up to […]
2018 was another year of tryouts for potential players to become part of the future while learning the ins and outs on the big stage… much steam was lost in September, but unlike another Chicago baseball team there wasn’t the sting of being in control of things and suddenly not being in control.
In a mere 27 outs the fourth straight run for a title in an unprecedented run of success for the once-saddest franchise in Major League Baseball could be the kind of run we were all so used to prior to 2015.
As the focus on this team turns more towards the painfully immediate — and we have to measure up how the Cubs will navigate the NL playoffs to possibly make what would be an impossibly soon second World Series appearance in three years — we should maybe examine some of the more visible scars left on this team from its tough fight through the spring and summer.
Coming off a 17-12 mark in August, many fans of the Chicago White Sox were wondering what was next for the Men in Black and White, would they possibly show their work from the previous several months and finish the year on a high note?
(Wednesday) wasn’t going to be the Chicago Cubs’ night (5-1 loss), nor their series (2 out of 3 lost) and for the first time this season, really in three seasons, the Cubs’ regular season mortality is an issue again.
Sidney Brown follows the Chicago White Sox for WARR
We Are Regal Radio co-founder and former MLB scouting personnel Sean Terry writes on the Chicago Cubs