Tag Archives: Chicago Sun-Times

True Faith

Maybe Ozzie Guillen’s forgotten the name and the address of everyone he’s ever known, but that’s nothing compared to thinking Jose Contreras and Bartolo Colon were ready for battle. [Mouthpiece Sports] And hey, you know how I know Jake Peavy is awesome? Because he beat the Royals, that’s how. I even read that in the […]

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Previewing Tomorrow’s News

With Opening Day postponed due to hilariously inclement weather, let us offer up suggestions for the back page headline of tomorrow’s Sun-Times: Snow Way! Snow-Hitter Say It Ain’t Snow! Snow-pening Day Home Snow-pener That’s a White Sox Win-ter Good God, What A Terrible City We Live In Where It Snows During Baseball Season Stay tuned!

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Actually, Self-Hatred Never Goes Out of Style

You want Crosstown rage? I’ll show you Crosstown rage.

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The 35th Street Post Office [August 30, 2008]

On the difference between sports reporting and sports blogging and why you can probably ignore this site forever.

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This Resignation Is Not the End of the Story

One man’s last day at work, as celebrated for miles in every direction.

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“Losing is the Great American Sin”

If you, like me, grew up in or around Chicago in the pre-Internet days, you got your baseball news from the box scores but you got the story from the great Jerome Holtzman. This town has seen its share of sportswriters good and bad, but Holtzman was without a doubt one of the former. Today […]

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There Can Be Only One!

Bloggin’ ain’t easy, but it sure is fun.

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My News Can Beat Up Your News

In the world according to the sports media, Mark Buehrle will never pitch for the Sox again. Can I get a source on that?

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  • "They think they know baseball, but they don't know [bleep]. If people on the radio were so smart, they'd be in the [bleep] dugout with me. Every time the media second-guesses you, it's after something happens, not before."
    - Ozzie Guillen