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  • Cubs acquire veteran catcher Martin Maldonado from the Royals for Mike Montgomery

    CHICAGO – With the team in the thick of another race for a National League Central division title and a fifth consecutive playoff berth, a few moves between now and the end of July trade deadline figured to be on the way. Late Monday night, after a Cubs’ loss at home, one took place. The #Cubs today acquired catcher Martín Maldonado from the Kansas City Royals for LHP Mike Montgomery. pic.twitter.com/XAbrN1gHw3 — Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) July 16, 2019 Following a […]

  • White Sox offense can’t pick up Giolito in a loss to the Royals

    KANSAS CITY – It figures to be an exciting two days for White Sox pitching after a rough three days to start the second half of the season in Oakland. On Monday, Rick Renteria would send Lucas Giolito, arguably one of the best pitchers in baseball in 2019, to the mound for his team. The next night would be the second career game for young prospect Dylan Cease. Facing a struggling Royals team figured to give each pitcher a good […]

  • Three Chicago Sky players named WNBA All-Star reserves

    CHICAGO – Over the past month-and-a-half, there have been moments to remember and those to forget for James Wade in his first year with Chicago’s WNBA team. The Sky won five of their first seven games, then lost five of their next six games. Now Wade’s team has won 2-of-3 over the past week, including an 89-79 victory over the Dallas Wings on the road Sunday evening. At 9-8, they find themselves in contention for their first playoff berth for […]

  • Cubs have another quick start after the All-Star break under Maddon

    CHICAGO – There have been good times and bad times so far in 2019 for the north siders. A lot of times, they’ve happened close to each other. The Cubs followed a miserable start with a great end of April and May before sliding in June, then skidding a bit into the All-Star break. They entered the four-day stretch for the Midsummer Classic in first place in the NL Central, but no one felt particularly good about how they stumbled […]

  • Brian Sandalow joins Sports Feed to discuss a number of topics on Monday

    CHICAGO – Want to hear some discussion on the Cubs and the White Sox? How about Blackhawks, Fire, and some tennis? We had it for you on Sports Feed Monday evening as Brian Sandalow of the Chicago Sun Times join Josh Frydman discussed a number of these topics on the show. The Cubs got off to a good post-All-Star break start against the Pirates while Luis Robert is the talk of the White Sox rebuild at the moment. On the […]

  • Elias Schuster discusses the Bulls’ offseason on Sports Feed

    CHICAGO – Now is the time where most people in the NBA can take a breath. The major offseason moves have been made, with Russell Westbrook getting dealt from the Thunder to the Rockets to reunite with James Harden this past week. As for the Bulls, they made a few minor moves in free agency to solidify the roster as they approach the third season of their rebuild. Coby White and Daniel Gafford come aboard from the draft as they […]

  • Humboldt Park alligator hunt ramps up, Florida gator expert brought in

    CHICAGO — Chicago is ramping up its effort to catch and remove the 4 to 5 foot long alligator in the Humboldt Park Lagoon with a new strategy. Chicago Animal Care and Control closed the east half of Humboldt Park to pedestrian traffic and protective fencing has been put up. Street, parking and walking path closures went into effect Sunday night. Specifically, the  areas bounded by Humboldt Park Drive, Division Street, California Avenue and North Avenue are closed until further […]

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  • ICE raids begin across the country; no reports of arrests in Chicago

    CHICAGO — Undocumented immigrants across the country are on the edge as Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids get underway this week. Those raids have started in other cities across the country, namely places like New York, but things have been very quiet in Chicago. According to the Mayor Lori Lightfoot, there’s an estimated 180,000 undocumented immigrants in the city, but right now, it’s unclear what type of ICE raids, if any, have occurred in Chicago. The raids were supposed to […]

  • Robbie Gould signs a new contract with the 49ers: report

    SAN FRANCISCO — If there was a hope that the Bears would bring back their most prolific kicker in franchise history for the 2019 season, it disappeared on Monday morning. Per a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Robbie Gould has come to an agreement on a new contract with the San Francisco 49ers, which can go as long as four seasons. Beating Monday deadline for franchised players to sign long-term extensions, the 49ers and Robbie Gould reached agreement on a […]

  • White Sox prospect Luis Robert starts off quickly in Triple-A

    CHARLOTTE – Maybe his pace would slow just a bit as he was promoted one level up in the White Sox system. Perhaps Luis Robert would need a few games to adjust to Triple-A before making an impact as he’d done in previous stops. Nope. From his first at-bat with the Charlotte Knights, the outfielder was quite ready for his last minor league stop before reaching the major leagues. La Pantera arrives in the Queen City in GRAND fashion! Luis […]

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