Why Both Teams Won the Jose Quintana Trade

The White Sox and Cubs recently pulled off an inter-league blockbuster we haven't seen in years. The 2 clubs have a history of interchanging good players, such as the Sox trading Sammy Sosa, and the Cubs trading World Series Champion Jon Garland across town. The Jose Quintana trade is the rare deal that appears to... Continue Reading →

Reaction To The Bulls’ Draft Night

James Gordon | June 22, 2017 After one of the more depressing seasons in recent Bulls history, this year's draft had proven to be something to look forward to with plenty of young and athletic talent available for the Bulls' number 16 pick in the first round.  Not only was this draft an opportunity for... Continue Reading →

2017 NBA Mock Draft-Picks 1-7

The NBA Draft is a night that many young prospects dream of for years. The night that the NCAA's brightest stars find their professional destination can be a platform that sets a franchise off on to years of success. With that in mind, let's take a look at where the future of the NBA will... Continue Reading →

Who’s Hot, Who’s Not: May 22

James Gordon | May 22, 2017 In the fourth edition of Who's Hot, Who's Not, we see some drastic changes from last week.  Some of the hottest players two weeks ago have fallen down to the bottom, while players who've been injured prior to this week went off.  So without further ado, I' present to you... Continue Reading →

White Sox Sign Cuban Phenom Luis Robert

James Gordon | May 20, 2017 The White Sox furthered their rebuild earlier today with the signing of top Cuban prospect, 19-year-old Luis Robert.  The deal was announced by Ken Rosenthal, who claimed the initial deal would be worth more than $25 million. Sources: #WhiteSox closing in on Luis Robert. Deal expected to be more... Continue Reading →

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