Former Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville opened up about the team firing him, White Sox pitcher Zach Thompson wants to pitch "pissed off" and will Willson Contreras fulfill his potential as the best catcher in baseball? Here's what you might have missed from the weekend in Chicago sports:
In an interview with WGN TV's Dan Roan, former Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville opened up about the team firing him earlier this season.
The Blackhawks named Jeremy Colliton head coach after firing Quenneville. The team is now just five points out of a playoff spot; how did this happen?
Behind 48 saves from Corey Crawford, the Blackhawks beat the Canadiens 2-0 on Saturday night.
White Sox pitcher Zach Thompson is out to prove to everyone that they made a mistake not selecting him in this offseason's Rule 5 Draft.
Thompson is battling for a spot on the team's Opening Day roster. Where does the roster stand after the White Sox outrighted reliever Juan Minaya to Triple-A?
Remember the report about the White Sox offering Eloy Jimenez an eight-year, $100 million contract? A new report says forget about it...
Yoan Moncada added to his hot spring training on Friday against the Cubs.
On the latest White Sox Talk Podcast, Chuck Garfien spoke to Nancy Faust, the team's organist from 1970-2010.
Another candidate for the Cubs Opening Day bullpen went down with injury, putting the team in a rather precarious position.
How do the Cubs stack up against the Bryce Harper-less Nationals?
Our 19 for '19 series rolls on with the following questions:
A rumor surfaced on Friday stating that Kansas head coach Bill Self will be the Bulls head coach next season.
The Bulls went 0-2 this weekend, losing to the Clippers on Friday and to the Kings on Sunday. The numbers from Sunday's game were not pretty, though.
Jim Boylen was ejected from Friday night's game, and Zach LaVine offered to pay Boylen's fine for him. The head coach declined, however.