Bradley Woodrum

Newsdesk contributor

Bradley Woodrum is a freelance writer with degrees in English and economics, and a contributing columnist for DRaysBay. He co-founded the blog Cubs Stats and has penned award-winning poetry and nationally published short stories. He presently works as a freelance editor for economics, finance, and accounting textbooks by day; and by night, he straps on leotards and a cape, walks into the next room of his house, and blogs about the world of baseball. In his free time, Bradley also composes music, makes little movies, and plays basketball in Chinatown – all of which is code for “watches Spongebob and old Robotech episodes in pajama pants while eating Nutella straight from the jar.” Readers who cannot get enough of Brad, which the American Public Health Association now recognizes as a genetic disorder, may find his artsy-fartsy, mamby-pamby poetry and short stories on his blog, Homebody and Woman.


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With the help of some Chicago Sky players, Team USA rolled into its first bracket victory. Now they must beat Liz Cambage and Team Australia.

Chris Sale Has The League's Best Slider, According To Baseball America

Mark Gonzalez of the Chicago Tribune reports the dynamic, lanky lefty SP Chris Sale of the Chicago White Sox, has earned a No. 1 ranking among MLB sliders and a No. 3 ranking among MLB fastballs....

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Michael C. Wright of ESPN Chicago passed along the first unofficial depth chart of the 2012 NFL season on Monday. The lineup featured a few surprises, including at left tackle where OT J'Marcus...

Angels Vs. White Sox: MLB Denies Angels' Protest To Friday's Result

The controversial play from Friday's White Sox-Angels game will not result in any action from the MLB league office.

Royals Vs. White Sox Preview: Chris Sale Squares Off Against Luis Mendoza

The White Sox send Cy Young candidate Chris Sale to the mound Monday night against the Royals.

A.J. Pierzynski Positioned To Break White Sox Home Run Record

Chicago White Sox C A.J. Pierzynski is on the cusp of breaking a 29-year-old home run record. In 1983, LF Ron Kittle and DH Greg Luzinski both set a White Sox record when they homered in five...

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