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  • John McDonough's success started on the North Side

    John McDonough's success started on the North Side
    After leaving the Cubs to take over as president of the Blackhawks on November 20, 2007, John McDonough went on a listening tour through the United Center before a game against Phoenix.
  • Royals still have lot to prove, but at least believe in themselves

    Royals still have lot to prove, but at least believe in themselves
    With most teams playing within their own divisions the first two weeks of the season, it's too soon to say the American League Central is the deepest in baseball. But everyone took note of the hot starts of the Tigers and Royals, who look like the two...

    A-Rod, Yankees defuse circus atmosphere of controversial comeback

    A-Rod, Yankees defuse circus atmosphere of controversial comeback
    TAMPA, Fla. — When tainted slugger Alex Rodriguez arrived early at Yankees camp last month, team officials fumed over the fact he didn't tell them he was coming. It was a preemptive strike from "A-Rod,'' getting his apology out of the way before...

    Theo Epstein now pushing Cubs to get over the hump

    Theo Epstein now pushing Cubs to get over the hump
    MESA, Ariz. — Theo Epstein desperately has been trying to downplay the hype surrounding the 2015 Cubs, even while his presence is one of the main reasons they are being touted in the first place. Epstein isn't doing this alone, of course, but no...

    Orioles' success story part of Andy MacPhail legacy

    Orioles' success story part of Andy MacPhail legacy
    BALTIMORE — When Andy MacPhail departed Chicago in 2006 after two postseason appearances in 12 years running the Cubs, he left with one of the more memorable exit lines in franchise history. "It's time," he said. "The clock on the MacPhail-o-meter...