Is there anything more exciting than a highlight reel? If you’re a baseball fan, then yes.
Gentlemen don’t play baseball with gloves. And they certainly don’t curse, kick dirt or tell fans to “shut ur mouths.” But should a gentleman on the field get out of line, the only way to remove him is by tugging …
Four NFL players are considering coming out as gay, and the Jackie Robinson biopic is coming out this week. Our Jonathan Eig, a Jackie biographer, brings it all together.
Two teams. Two very different outlooks for 2013. But each has a player who, for this writer, stand out as the key to success—which is a somewhat relative term, especially on the North Side—in 2013.
From Spalding’s gloves to Veeck’s scoreboards, the game of baseball is at home in Chicago.
What’s it like in “The Show?” Thanks to his Spring Training stint with the Diamondbacks, this Northwestern grad is getting his first taste.
Rose, who was declared permanently ineligible from baseball for allegedly betting on games, has had his name wiped from the back of this year’s Topps MLB cards.
Steve Stone was feeling especially smart on a recent noon, visiting with ChicagoSide’s Fred Klein in Scottsdale, looking out into a sunny-and-60 January day.
Ahead of this weekend’s Cub Convention, we bring you an exclusive artistic rendering that will make Cubs fans salivate, and Sox fans puke.
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Ira Berkow shares a baseball story from his Chicago youth, and how his decades-long burden was relieved thanks to a chance encounter.
In ’81, Yastrzemski was nearing the tail end of a storied career, while Samaroz was finishing a fairly unremarkable year of grade school and also starting another one: baseball fan.