POTD: Restart The Rivalry!

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Since the All Star Game decides home-field advantage in the World Series, and the World Series has nothing to do with the Cubs and White Sox, Starlin Castro decided he had to give this game meaning.

So he tackled Alexei Ramirez during the game to really give the Cubs-Sox rivalry a seminal moment.

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The 20 Highest Paid Players In Chicago


On Wednesday it was announced that Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane had signed contract extensions with the Blackhawks that would see both making $10.5 million a year starting in the 2015-16 season.

It also means they’ll be the highest paid players in NHL history, but how do their salaries compare to other athletes in Chicago? Well, not all that well, actually.

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Fearless Predictions: Starlin Castro Is Going To Bounce Back


Spring training has begun, which means that, by god, baseball season is almost here. As Chicago baseball fans, the truth is we really don’t have a whole lot to look forward to this year, as both the Cubs and White Sox should struggle to even finish .500. Still, it will be baseball, and we will be watching it. So instead of writing general team previews for the upcoming season, I’ll be writing a series of posts in which I make FEARLESS PREDICTIONS about what will happen during the upcoming season. Today we look at Starlin Castro.

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The Morning Constitutional: Q Finally Comes To His Senses


Joel Quenneville has heard you,  Hawks fan.

Maybe you didn’t notice it on Wednesday night against the Rangers, but Marcus Kruger got some time as the second-line center with Patrick Kane. Well, on Thursday it was announced that Kruger would be on the second line with Kane again against Montreal on Saturday, as Quenneville said he’s going to get a shot at the job.

And it’s about fucking time, too.

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