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  • Plenty of shame to go around Jackie Robinson West, but not on the kids

    Plenty of shame to go around Jackie Robinson West, but not on the kids
    If Jackie Robinson West Little League players gathered around anyone Wednesday trying to put their stripped national title in perspective, it shouldn't have been Rev. Jesse Jackson and Rev. Michael Pfleger at Rainbow Push headquarters. It should have...
  • ESPN's Karl Ravech: Jackie Robinson West news 'a slap in the face'

    ESPN's Karl Ravech: Jackie Robinson West news 'a slap in the face'
    Karl Ravech covers the Major League Baseball and College World Series for ESPN. His favorite, though, is the Little League version in Williamsport, Pa. “We all played Little League and we can relate to these kids,” Ravech said. “There&...
  • Jackie Robinson West's championship run

    Jackie Robinson West's championship run
    Aug. 1: Jackie Robinson West wins the Illinois state Little League championship to advance to the regional championship. Aug. 11: JRW wins the Great Lakes Region championship in Indianapolis to advance to the Little League World Series in Williamsport,...
  • ESPN experts: Chicago's due for good news

    ESPN experts: Chicago's due for good news
    Every year, we hear the phrase "pitchers and catchers report to spring training" and immediately feel excitement. What's so inspiring about a bunch of guys working out for preseason baseball? Hint: It's not the imminent split squad games filled with...
  • Kerry Wood, Frank Thomas, Jeremy Roenick appearing at Chicago Auto Show

    Kerry Wood, Frank Thomas, Jeremy Roenick appearing at Chicago Auto Show
    The Chicago Auto Show will once again have a strong Chicago sports presence during its nine-day run at McCormick Place. Former Cub Kerry Wood is scheduled to take part in a meet-and-greet at the Chicago Auto Show Feb. 21 while former Blackhawk Jeremy...
  • White Sox outfielder Tony Campana tears ACL

    White Sox outfielder Tony Campana tears ACL
    The Chicago White Sox lost one of their 2015 bench options even before spring training starts. Outfielder Tony Campana, who was invited to Sox spring training on a minor-league contract, tore his ACL while working out and likely will miss the season,...
  • Troubled Elgin Symphony has cut its way out of red ink

    Troubled Elgin Symphony has cut its way out of red ink
    When retired Panasonic exec David Bearden agreed to become CEO of the Elgin Symphony Orchestra in 2012, its enjoyed a reputation as one of the best orchestras in Illinois. But behind the scenes, it was troubled: After 26 years on the podium, Music...
  • Orioles interested in playing exhibition game in Cuba

    Orioles interested in playing exhibition game in Cuba
    The Orioles, the only Major League Baseball team to play on Cuban soil since Fidel Castro’s regime took over the island in 1959, are discussing the possibility of playing an exhibition game there in the near future. The team is interested in...
  • Micah Johnson beginning to feel at home with White Sox

    Micah Johnson beginning to feel at home with White Sox
    As Micah Johnson made phone calls to White Sox season ticket-holders Thursday at U.S. Cellular Field as part of a prelude to SoxFest this weekend, he was surprised to find fans on the line who were excited to talk to the second-base prospect. "I...
  • Jesse Crain, Geovany Soto among White Sox non-roster invitees

    White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper isn’t emotional often in his communications, but he texted a few smiley faces to Jesse Crain’s phone when the Sox worked out a minor league deal with the right-handed reliever. Crain, a 10-year major...
  • White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper excited over reinforced staff

    White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper excited over reinforced staff
    Passes for this weekend's SoxFest are sold out and that reflects the White Sox's hopes for 2015 no longer are based on smoke and mirrors. "There's legitimate excitement," longtime pitching coach Don Cooper said Wednesday. "There's legitimate hype."...