To be a Chicagoan devoted to the sport of baseball, a star of a heralded little league program, a heralded high school and to use that experience to be a first-round draft pick of the Cubs presents a kind of destined scenario.
No matter what, through his ups and downs, Rose never forgot his hometown and he’s always given back to the city. For those who don’t understand the love he gets whenever he returns, who don’t understand the calls for his jersey to hang atop the United Center, start there.
Should the Sox hang up any more banners in the near future, there’s a good chance that team will feature much of the talent that established themselves in 2019.
Walton’s endless (and sometimes confusing) brand of optimism could be the last ingredient to make this current era of White Sox ball transcend all others before it.
Mark Buehrle could be the next White Sox in the HOF, but where does he rank among the franchise’s pitchers Sidney Brown has seen?
The Sox and Cubs are as even as they’ve been in a while. Deciding what Chicago baseball player has the best 2019 will not be easy.
Among a good amount of young talented players starting to develop for the South Siders, Anderson more than holds his own as an attention-getter.
Sidney Brown has quite the encyclopedic brain for all sports. In “Sid Ranks Em’ All” you get to read his unique take on the best and worst of sports with […]
The emotion Rose provoked in the city, in Bulls fans was illuminating — so much could be learned by the observance of what fueled that emotion and what dividing lines were exposed as disappointment and frustration became twin pillars of his career.
In 2015, Oliver Purnell led DePaul to a 5-2 start in Big East conference play. The Blue Demons lost 10 of their next 11 games that year to finish 6-12, […]