Oh, how baseball moves fast. Two seasons ago, the Chicago White Sox were dwellers at the bottom of the bottom of the barrel. Of their future pieces that were called up, Tim Anderson, Yóan Moncada, Lucas Giolito, to name a few, none had given any reason for certainty or optimism. But in 2020, José Abreu, the lone bright spot on that team and many White Sox before it, and … [Read more...] about The White Sox are a playoff team and have two potential MVPs
Archives for September 2020
Alec Mill’s no-hitter on Sunday marked the 16th in their franchise’s history and the first since Jake Arrieta’s in 2016. Mills tossed only five strikeouts but didn’t allow a single hit in the Cubs’ 12-0 blowout over the Milwaukee Brewers, bringing the Cubs to 28-20, now a four-game advantage over the St. Louis Cardinals. For Mills, in his ninth start of the season, it was a … [Read more...] about Will Alec Mills’s no-hitter spark a 2020 Cubs hot streak?
The only thing that could have derailed a classic comeback by Chicago, was Matthew Stafford's performance in the two-minute offense late in this game. D'Andrew Swift saw the game winning catch with six seconds left slip in and out of his grasp on third and ten. The ensuing fourth down attempt fell harmlessly incomplete to seal a victory by the Bears. The 27-23 win seemed as … [Read more...] about 2020 Chicago Bears hang on for wild win at Detroit
The Chicago White Sox, at 26-15, are tied for first place in the AL Central with the Cleveland Indians and stand a game ahead of the Minnesota Twins. They’re 7-3 over their last 10, as are the Indians, but come in riding a four-game win streak by virtue of sweeping the listless Kansas City Royals, from whom Cleveland has already won one game from in their current four-game … [Read more...] about A look at the week ahead for the White Sox
By Greg Ingram For the Atlanta Falcons, it all starts with Matty Ice. Thirty-five year-old quarterback Matt Ryan starts his thirteenth season September 13th against the Seattle Seahawks. This season hinges on two things: finding some kind of running game to take the pressure off Ryan, and keeping Matty Ice on his feet so he can complete his usual 65-70 percent of his … [Read more...] about Atlanta Falcons 2020 Season Preview