Star wing player Marian Hossa was put on injured reserve before Tuesday’s game. Hossa played less than three minutes in their game on Dec.30 before exiting with what coach Joel Quenneville described as an upper-body injury. He was placed on I.R. retroactive to that date. Hossa has unquestionably been one the brightest stars for the… Continue reading Blackhawks’ Hossa To Go on I.R.
The Minnesota Golden Gophers have taken a bold step and decided to boycott all football activities in the wake of suspensions handed to teammates. There has been no official reason given for the suspensions, but the father of one of the suspended players says it stems from a Title IX investigation by the university into… Continue reading Minnesota Boycotts Football Activities;Bowl Game In Jeopardy
Craig Sager, revered TNT NBA sideline reporter, lost his battle with leukemia yesterday, he was 65 years old. Craig Sager not only covered basketball, but other sports like baseball, where on April 8th, 1974, he was the first person to interview Hank Aaron when he broke baseball’s all-time home run record. Sager, he of the… Continue reading Beloved Sideline Reporter Loses Battle to Cancer
Reliever Aroldis Chapman knows he was overused in this past World Series. In games 5-7, a span of four days, Chapman threw an astounding 107 pitches. The eight out save in game 5 was widely heralded as genius, however using him in game 6 when the Cubs were ahead by a wide margin was criticized… Continue reading Aroldis Chapman Disagrees with usage in World Series
The compensation pick the Chicago Cubs will get from the St. Louis Cardinals will come at the end of the compensation round, which will come directly after the first round of the draft. This is because Dexter Fowler signed a big deal which, under thew new CBA, awards the team the free agent leaves a… Continue reading Cubs Nuggets