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  • Powell: Crosstown Classic Highlights The State Of The Cubs, White Sox

    By Kevin Powell “It’s really easy to lose, and it’s very difficult to win,” Joe Maddon said on Friday before his club won the opener of the Crosstown Classic. Lately, it’s been extremely difficult for the rebuilding White Sox to win. They’re 9-27 record is the worst start in club history. It’s an ugly product the South Siders are producing these days. But it’s called a rebuild, and nobody gets that more than their North Side neighbors. “It’s not easy, […]

  • White Sox Pitcher Danny Farquhar Visits Clubhouse; ‘He Looked Really, Really Good’

    By Kevin Powell GUARANTEED RATE FIELD – On Monday, Danny Farquhar returned home to rest with family after 17 days in the hospital. The White Sox reliever was recovering  from a brain hemorrhage suffered during a home game last month. On Tuesday, the 31-year-old was back in the home clubhouse at Guaranteed Rate Field. “When you’re in (the hospital), you’re always setting goals,” fellow reliever Nate Jones said. “That, for Danny, didn’t change. He had a goal of getting discharged […]

  • Powell: Cubs Remind Brewers They’re The Class Of The Central

    By Kevin Powell With a couple weeks remaining last season, the Cubs went up to Milwaukee for a four-game set . The reigning champs held a four game lead on the Brewers and it was the biggest series of the season. The Cubs could wipe out Milwaukee, or the hungry Brewers could remain in the division hunt. But the Cubs took three of four and essentially ended any hope for the Brewers. That was a reminder to the Brewers that […]

  • Powell: Patience Is A Must For Rebuilding White Sox

    By Kevin Powell We knew the White Sox were going to lose a lot of games this season. The only thing that really matters is individual growth and staying healthy. Outside of a couple of spring training injuries, so far all is good in the health department. The individual growth part is murky. Heading into the series finale with the Astros, the Sox had the third worst record in baseball at 4-13. They rank 29th in the major leagues with […]

  • Powell: Cubs Off To Slow Start For Second Straight Year

    By Kevin Powell For the first month of last season, it felt like there was some sort of pregame ceremony honoring the Cubs historic World Series championship everyday. Of course, there was nothing wrong with that. The team and fans had waited over 100 years to celebrate a title. But it made for a choppy start to the schedule and a mediocre record. “We just weren’t ourselves the whole first half of last year,” Ben Zobrist said at the start […]

  • Photos: Sister Jean, Loyola Basketball Team At Cubs Home Opener

    Sister Jean and members of the Loyola Ramblers men’s basketball team visited Wrigley Field for the 2018 home opener.

  • Video: “The Sodfather” talks about clearing the snow before today’s White Sox game

    Roger “The Sodfather” Bossard discusses getting Guaranteed Rate Field ready after snowfall.

  • Powell: White Sox Lose In Extra Innings, But Power Surge Continues On Opening Day

    Listen to Episode 5 of the Powell at the Park Podcast here By Kevin Powell The White Sox and Tigers played the bulk of ten innings under a light snowfall, as Opening Day brought “Bear Weather” to the South Side. And thanks to another strong game at the plate, the Sox took a 7-4 lead into the ninth, only to see it vanish after Joakim Soria couldn’t close things out. The Sox eventually lost, 9-7, in ten innings. “Today we […]

  • Photos: Loyola Ramblers fan support in Chicago and journey to San Antonio for the Final Four

    The Loyola Ramblers have become a national phenomenon as they have reached the Final Four in the 2018 NCAA Men’s National Basketball Tournament. Take a look at our photo gallery for images of fan support in Chicago and the site of the national semifinals and championship in San Antonio.

  • Photos: New White Sox Food Offerings, Amenities at Guaranteed Rate Field