As a baseball fan with an older mentality, Williams is a person that likes players that let their games do the talking and do the little things that may not appear in the box chart.
As a public face in the battle against Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF) Williams faces many realities and struggles he’s dealt with in his life, dating back to his time as a professional baseball player.
Justin Dukes covers the Chicago Cubs and their developments for WARR.com Amid a complete domination of the Miami Marlins last weekend, reports surfaced that Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals […]
Above you can see CBSsports.com baseball writer (and friend of The D & Davis Show) Matt Snyder break down the Chicago Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals National League Division Series, […]
Kevin Luchansky writes about Chicago baseball for WARR. Stay with us for his take on the Cubs’ big pitching acquisitions and the White Sox’s new big bats The White Sox […]
They’ll be battling for headlines in the Sun-Times and Tribune all next summer, but in this December week the White Sox and Cubs have taken ownership of the Chicago sports […]
We’ll have more on Paul Konerko during this, his final weekend in Major League Baseball and his final weekend as an active Chicago White Sox, but make sure you […]
No argument can be be made for any story heading into tonight’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game that can trump it being the final all-star hurrah for Derek Jeter, No. […]
Tonight on D & Davis Tonight, the boys will break down the collapse of the Chicago Blackhawks & will they win Game 5, LeBron James greatness and is will be […]
In the wake of the Hawks’ decisive Game 2 loss against the Kings, Chicago needed an inspirational pick-me-up and it got one yesterday from the one pitching ace in town […]