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In The Loop with Ed Edens: 2013 MLB Preview Part 1

In The Loop is the perfect podcast for anyone who cares too much about Chicago sports. Ed breaks down everything in the world of baseball, basketball, football and hockey... and then some, all from a fan's perspective. In the first of a mega three-part podcast, Ed welcomes special guest Chas Straface to to show to breakdown the National League East and West divisions. Stay tuned for Part 2, where Ed and Cha ...

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2012 White Sox Closer: Thornton or Crain?

Many White Sox fans including myself are wondering who’s going to be the closer for the 2012 season. Will it be a platoon, or will the newly anointed manager stick with one guy for the whole season? I thought I would take a moment to take a look at the potential White Sox closers and see who, statistically, would be the best hurler to close out some of the 73 games the Sox are going to win this year. Note t ...

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Bears’ Affairs: Who Should Win the Free Safety Duel, Major Wright or Danieal Manning?

With a seemingly beefed up squad entering 2010, the Chicago Bears are soon to reveal the athletes who earned their starting spot among a team representing Lovie Smith and Jerry Angelo's crucial year. Major Wright, a free safety product from Florida University, has been highly touted in regards to none only but the duo of Smith and Angelo. Fan favorite Mike Brown has even been in comparisons between the two ...

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The Chicago Bulls Shouldn’t Bite on LeBron James

You read it correctly. The Chicago Bulls should not pull the trigger on LeBron James in this off season's upcoming free agency. After taking notes from the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers in this year's final match up, I've came to the conclusion of many points including individuals that are obvious. So far, this is all I've attained. #1 | One player doesn't make a team. - Pretty obvious here. The Kob ...

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