Start your Sunday morning off by catching up with the happenings around the Chicago sports landscape with the most read stories on The Loop Sports this week.
White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn Has Unfinished Business
Matthew Smith, TLS White Sox Columnist: The more things change, the more things stay the same. And that will not suffice. At this time last offseason, the Chicago White Sox had sent Micah Johnson, Trayce Thompson and Frankie Montas to the Los Angeles Dodgers as part of a three-team deal with the Cincinnati Reds, netting third baseman Todd Frazier. That move … Continue reading
White Sox: 2017 Infield Preview
Anders Johanson, TLS Editor, White Sox Columnist: The White Sox 2016 season left a lot to be desired but one shining point was an infield that can only get better in 2017. I couldn’t have been the only one to feel a little disheartened when an aging Jimmy Rollins took his position at short stop on Opening Day of 2016. Weeks later when … Continue reading
Should the Bears Consider Signing Tyrod Taylor if he Becomes Available?
Nick Petrusevski, TLS Bears Columnist: Let’s not sugar coat it, the Chicago Bears have a quarterback problem. General Manager Ryan Pace said that he would address the position this offseason. He also went as far to admit that he was open to having a more experienced bridge quarterback start next season. That player may soon hit the open market. Tyrod Taylor … Continue reading
Cubs: Bold Predictions for 2017
Matt Grabianski, TLS Cubs Columnist: Yes, reminiscing on a 2016 championship is great, but what will happen this upcoming season for the Chicago Cubs? I know it’s impossible to predict baseball, but I’m going to try anyway. Prediction One – The Cubs win their division easily, but don’t hit the 100-win mark While this prediction is not very bold, many people … Continue reading
Chicago Sports Roundtable: How Far Can Jimmy Butler Carry the Bulls, Buy or Sell on the Bears Optimism for 2017?
The Loop Sports Staff: Join the “TLS” writers in a roundtable discussion every Monday on The Loop Sports! This Week we discuss how far Jimmy Butler can carry the Chicago Bulls this season, and whether or not we are buying into the Bears optimism in their season ending press conference last week. The Loop Sports Staff Roundtable for the … Continue reading