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David Brown

Longtime Chicago guy. A professional writer and editor since 1998. Member of Baseball Writers Association of America since 2013.

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What would a Kris Bryant to the White Sox trade look like?

A crosstown swap makes a lot of sense, but could it ever get done?

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The Plan B quarterbacks the Bears may be considering

If Ryan Pace doesn't trade up, the Bears may be looking at drafting one of these three quarterbacks.

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'Not here to rewrite the will': Q&A with new DePaul coach Tony Stubblefield

It might be the toughest job in basketball, but the Blue Demons' new head coach has been preparing for this moment.

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On This Day: Cubs play at Weeghman Park for the first time, April 20, 1916

Weeghman Park under construction in 1914. From the Chicago Daily News collection.The Cubs opened a season for the first time at Wrigley Field on this date in 1916. Of course, the ballpark was called something else in those days — Weeghman Park, named after club owner Charles Weeghman, who built

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Andrew Vaughn shows why keeping 'Church and State' separate still works

The White Sox rookie has a good approach to getting acclimated to unfamiliar things.

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How Jackie Robinson could have ended up with the White Sox instead of the Dodgers

There's an alternate timeline where Robinson could have made history on the South Side.

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No-hitter! Carlos Rodon's unlikely White Sox comeback makes history

The unlucky lefty finally put it all together on Wednesday night for the 20th no-hitter in franchise history.

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Ozzie Guillen talks about managing again, making up with Magglio and 'Being Guillen'

The former Sox manager says he's happy doing television, but is still 'surprised' he hasn't received a second chance

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Remembering Charley Lau, the legendary White Sox hitting coach

His time was short, but Lau's influence on some of the game's greatest hitters was long.

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White Sox's disappointing bullpen performance isn't the team's biggest worry

The team needs to tighten things up on defense to get over these early-season struggles.

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Hungry Joc Pederson awarded a wafflemaker after hitting homer

If the Cubs aren't going to score many runs in 2021, they'll have to make up the difference in memes and props. After falling 4-2 to the Brewers on Wednesday, the Cubs record dropped to 3-3. Fine, OK, not ideal, do better. But in six games this season, the Cubs

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Carlos Rodón starts his comeback story with a great night in Seattle

The lefthander was solid over five innings as he delivered the Sox to a big win.