White Sox Pitcher Improving After Brain HemorrhageThe Sox are honoring Farquhar with a new t-shirt featuring the phrase "Pray For 43."
Cubs Blank Brewers 3-0With Kris Bryant back in the lineup, the Cubs improved to 6-1 against the Brewers this season, including four shutouts.
White Sox Beat Royals 7-4Matt Davidson has seven home runs in 15 at-bats over four games at Kansas City.
Sox Player In Critical Condition After Brain Aneurysm"There are subsequent challenges that can occur in the first week or two after the aneurysm has ruptured."
Sox Reliever Suffers Brain Hemorrhage In DugoutDanny Farquhar was taken to a hospital after he passed out in the dugout in the sixth inning of Chicago's 10-0 loss Friday night.
A's Beat White Sox 12-11 After 14 InningsThe White Sox fell to 4-11, matching their worst start since 1997.
Construction Continues In And Around Wrigley FieldBright construction vests outnumber fans in Cubby blue, but signs of a new season begin to fly again.
Loyola Players Reflect On The Loss, Incredible SeasonThe Ramblers reflected on the game, their unforgettable journey, the pride for the program, the school and the city that cheered them on.
Loyola's Cinderella Season Comes To An EndThe Ramblers' 14-game losing streak is over, along with an incredible feel-good story at time college basketball, engulfed in scandal, could truly use one.
Loyola Ready For Saturday's Final Four GameIt's easy to feel the energy, excitement and anticipation building in the Alamodome.
Sister Jean Basks In Spotlight At Final Four: 'Looked Like Tom Brady At Super Bowl'"We want the world to know who she is because she's an amazing person and she inspires all of us."
Barkley On Loyola's Game And Sister JeanAn NBA legend has a few thoughts about Loyola's ascension and the team's spiritual secret weapon.
Ramblers Get Support From NBA StarThe Loyola players are seeing their faces plastered everywhere they turn.
LA Rams Make NFL History By Including First Male Cheerleaders In 2018 SquadFor the first time in National Football League history, two men will be part of an official team cheer squad, and they're from L.A.'s very own Rams.
Loyola: We Want MoreLoyola fans clad in maroon and gold were on their feet as the Ramblers returned to Chicago for another hero's welcome Sunday.