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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Even Jed Hoyer doesn't hate the idea of Schwarber leading off again. That, and much more from the Cubs' GM. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that i
Pokka up with Franson out and Rutta banged up last night. The post Blackhawks Recall Pokka, Put Franson On IR appeared first on Committed Indians.
Baseball's annual winter meetings have begun and the hot stove is simmering as teams have made trades and signings. The festival of roster building ends on Thursday December 14th after the completion of the Rule 5 draft. Like last year, the White Sox
Prolific downtown developer Sterling Bay has unveiled its plans for four parcels near the intersection of Fulton Market and Halsted Street.The outline, detailed at a public meeting Monday, includes three buildings at 19, 20, and 21 stories; plus a 40
The latest from a suddenly active Winter Meetings. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading
For as much talent as there is on their NHL rosters, the Central's top teams also boast some of the deeper prospect pipelines. Having a surplus of young talent is going to give some of those top teams trade flexibility if they want to load up this sp
Kane the hero in overtime The post Crawford, Blackhawks Escape Panthers For Third Straight Win appeared first on Committed Indians.
By Bryan Dietzler The following is a mix of Week Thirteen notes and observations and a preview of the Chicago Bears versus the Cincinnati Bengals game this Sunday. We will look at some numbers and see who is on the injury report for both teams. Here
Over the last few years, the White Sox have left nearly every Winter Meetings as at least one of the Winter Winners - annual paper champions. General Manager Rick Hahn has seemingly grown familiar with the national media as he has made a habit of get
So, once again tis’ the season for a post about holiday gift books, at least judging by the recent appearance of an abundance of similarly themed articles from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and L.A. Times. First off, we have pres
A few days before Thanksgiving, the local office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers published a notice on its web site. It’s not one of the usual places that one looks for architecture news, so it took a few weeks for the notice to surface
A star slugger to the Cardinals? A coveted young ace to the Dodgers? With baseball's winter meetings just days away, we offer a handful of deals that make sense for all sides.
An extension is not something we've expected on the Harper front, but it can't be ruled out as a possibility. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that
Vegas visits Nashville on Friday, which got us thinking: which NHL arena has the most electric atmosphere? Our writers sing the praises of the United Center's national anthem rendition, catfish throwing in Smashville and showtime in Sin City.
Markkanen looks like a great pick and Nwaba helped before the injury. Valentine looks better while Zipser and Felicio seemed to have reg
Hartman in, Panik out The post Richard Panik Out, Ryan Hartman In vs Florida appeared first on Committed Indians.
By Bryan Dietzler The Bears will face the 1-10 San Francisco 49ers at Soldier Field this Sunday at noon in a game that they should be able to win. But the Bears didnt win the last game they were favored in (Green Bay), so nothing is guaranteed. As Be
  Dozens of longtime residents were told they'd have to vacate within weeks. They pushed back, and now it appears their resolve has paid off. [ more ]
This is the second set of #AskFutureSox questions we got from our readers on various social media and discussion forum channels last week. We published the first set on Friday, which you can read here. In this second and final set, we dig into a lot
During her lifetime Vivian Maier was a complete unknown. A social recluse with a day job as a nanny and a habit of wandering about with her Rolleiflex, snapping photographs of the daily goings ons of the various places she inhabited throughout her li
Cardinals are taking over the news. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading at BN.]
Thanks to Crawford the Blackhawks won their second in a row. The post Crawford, Blackhawks Top Coyotes appeared first on Committed Indians.
Fans saw Brent Sopel as a journeyman defenseman with shaggy hair and a wide smile that was often minus a few teeth. But he was quietly struggling with a learning disorder and alcoholism. The former Blackhawk found solace in helping others with dyslex
Lovers in Chicago may soon have another choice for taking a romantic boardwalk stroll in the moonlight. The Chicago Park District is floating an idea for a proper boardwalk at North Avenue Beach. Until now, the epicenter of wood-over-water hand-holdi
The ChiSox fired up the hot stove by signing free agent Welington Castillo, while the Cardinals dealt a 2016 All-Star and the Rays landed a prospect.
By Bryan Dietzler The Chicago Bears, hoping to at least blunt the powerful Eagles offense and stay competitive, went into Philadelphia this Sunday afternoon and laid one gigantic egg. The Eagles were way too much for Chicago on both offense and defen
The proposed mixed-user would span an entire block, rise 24 stories and include (you guessed it) a boutique hotel. [ more ]
It sounds like the Cubs are still very much a possible landing spot for Wade Davis. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope y
A big night for Gustav! The post Forsling, Blackhawks End 5-Game Skid appeared first on Committed Indians.
Even though it’s not downtown, or downtown-adjacent, Edgewater is shaping up to be one of Chicago’s hottest neighborhoods. New shops and infrastructure are going in, and it’s even made a recent appearance on HGTV&#82
Omar Vizquel was named the White Sox's manager at Class A Winston-Salem on Monday.
By Bryan Dietzler The 3-7 Chicago Bears will travel to Philadelphia to take on the 9-1 Philadelphia Eagles this Sunday. The Eagles have been red hot this season and present one of the toughest challenges the Bears have had to face. Chicago has played
The state fares decently overall in terms of bike-friendliness, but it tanks in one key category, according to the report. [ more ]
A major addition to the Cardinals' outfield, and a boost to their playoff hopes in 2018. [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I h
Crawford returns to the net Friday night. The post Crawford Back Friday appeared first on Committed Indians.
If you’ve been salivating over the prospect of Tribune Media (soon to be Sinclair Broadcasting) pulling off its proposed $700 million “technology campus” along the Chicago River, then grab another napkin. A new video has
Coming off a season in which he hit .282 with 20 homers for Baltimore, catcher Welington Castillo signed a two-year deal with the White Sox on Friday. The team also avoided arbitration with reliever Danny Farquhar.
By Bryan Dietzler The Chicago Bears played host to the Detroit Lions this Sunday at Soldier Field in their second divisional game in a row. Chicago played well in the first half but stalled out a bit in the second half. Still, they managed to keep it
Buzzy restaurateur, meet buzzy concept. This one sounds intriguing. [ more ]
The formerly robust market is starting to get gobbled up! [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on
Here comes Vinnie! The post Blackhawks Recall Vinnie Hinostroza appeared first on Committed Indians.
Second Ward Alderman Brian Hopkins has asked that the $700 million One Chicago Square project be scotched from the agenda for the Chicago Plan Commission’s December 21st meeting. At that meeting, the commissioners could have approved the pr
Rumor Central: Athletics eyeing White Sox OF Avisail Garcia as trade target?
By Bryan Dietzler (Sorry for the delay in this post. I thank you for your patience) The Chicago Bears played host to their hated rival, the Green Bay Packers, this Sunday and ended up losing 23-16. Almost everyone thought that the Bears would have be
Is this the Monsters Of Rock tour for the new millennium? [ more ]
Sorry about that. But, for real, I like it a lot! [To read the post, head over to Bleacher Nation. To stay free for readers to enjoy, BN is supported by ads. In a full-content RSS feed, that is not possible. I hope you understand and keep on reading
Could we finally get DeBrincat w/ Toews and Saad? The post Blackhawks Line Blender Running Hot appeared first on Committed Indians.
Just a day after the Chicago Sun-Times reported that the feds are going to examine the placement of the Barack Obama Presidential Center on a prime chunk of public park, neighbors are getting organized to save their green space. “Save the M
M's trade adds to funds for international pool
By Bryan Dietzler The Chicago Bears defense has been playing increasingly well over the last few games and is starting to look like Bears defenses of old. How do they stack up now that the season is half over? What do their grades look like? Most eve