If you’ve been to a White Sox or Blackhawks game anytime in the last ten, you’re likely familiar with today’s interviewee’s booming voice. Honda is the announcer for those teams as well as the voice of DePaul basketball, the Chicago Marathon, the Big Ten Men’s Basketball Tournament and the NCAA Final Four.
Former All-Star third baseman Robin Ventura is replacing the fiery Ozzie Guillen as manager of the Chicago White Sox. The White Sox say that Ventura agreed to a multiyear deal on Thursday.Ventura was hired by the club last June as a special adviser to director of player development Buddy Bell.
You know when you throw a house party and you wake up to find half empty PBR cans strewn all over the coffee table? That's Navy Pier this morning. I think I saw a rib bone out front of the Starbucks...B story: You cant have it both ways, I guess.
Well, one group of Chicago guys could teach us all a thing or two about teamwork. Despite a series of injuries, the Bulls are third in the Eastern Conference. Now they’re back at full strength—though it didn’t help them last night against the Toronto Raptors.
Updated at 4:00 p.m. on 12/09/2010During a visit to “Eight Forty-Eight,” sports contributor Cheryl Raye-Stout slapped on some eye black to prepare for “heartbreaker” Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.