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.
The Chicago Bears have added some linebacker depth as Brian Urlacher appears to be slow in recovering from his 2011 season injury.
A pair of local golfer graduates are hanging on in the 2012 PGA Championship.
The Chicago Bears have reopened the left tackle position battle.
The Chicago White Sox could not complete their comeback attempt, losing to the Oakland Athletics 9-7 Saturday night.
The Chicago White Sox have a pair of players who might sign for much smaller contracts heading into the 2013 MLB season.
The Chicago Cubs have hired away the San Diego Padres scouting director and then promoted their previous scouting director.
The Bears have made Shea McClellin a starter after just the first week of preseason.
Cubs reliever James Russell could not sustain Travis Wood's excellent start as the Cubs lost 4-2
The White Sox will start Adam Dunn at first base with Paul Konerko ailing with concussion issues.
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The Chicago White Sox defeated Oakland 7-3 on Sunday behind another solid pitching performance by Chris Sale.