Zach Miller Retires From The BearsMiller had nine surgeries to address his injuries after he dislocated his knee and tore an artery on a potential touchdown reception in New Orleans on Oct. 29, 2017. He had left open the possibility of playing again up until announcing his retirement on Tuesday.
Golfers Look To Tee Off On Tiger Woods' Chicago Course If It's BuiltThe biggest roadblock seems to be money: 30 million in tax dollars would be needed just to build three underpasses so golfers won't have to cross roadways.
She Swings Her Way Through Big Competitions"To think I had an opportunity that every golfer's dream is to be out there is just amazing."
Warm Weather Welcomes Fans To The Friendly Confines For Cubs Home OpenerOne year after the Cubs home opener was snowed out, Monday's dress code was shorts and short sleeves.
Loyola's Marques Townes: Styling And Profiling For A Winning SeasonWhen asked where he gets the inspiration for his styles, Townes says “sometimes I go through different pictures or talk to people about it and I’m like ‘I want this and this. I want to change it up.’”
What Keeps Dorothy Gaters Going?"I never really thought about how many games could I win, how many state championships could I win. I wanted to win them all."
Cubs, Sox Make No Small Plans For The Upcoming Season"We have a lot of talent, good enough to compete. That's what I see. I see it on the face of these guys. They're hungry and they want to win."
Sox Pitcher Giolito Takes A Headfirst Approach To The Upcoming Season"It's about winning now. I'm sick of losing. I have been losing for minor leagues. My last few years coming up to here. I am ready to win."
Cubs, Sox Focus On The Field During Spring TrainingAt the Cubs spring training camp, the buzz is about starter Yu Darvish feeling great after surgery on his arm, and teammates noticing how much stronger he looks. Darvish opened up and admitted he felt the pressure of high expectations last season after he signed a $126 million dollar contract.
Astros Add Offense, Sign Michael Brantley To 2-Year DealThe 31-year-old, whose deal was announced Wednesday, had spent his entire 10-year career with the Cleveland Indians, where he was a three-time All-Star.
The Buzz Around Brother Rice"To have the opportunity to represent everybody who has been here before and put helmet on it means the world to us."
Record-Setting Sunday In NFL Week 10Drew Brees, Larry Fitzgerald, and Frank Gore set new career marks in their respective games on Sunday afternoon.