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White Sox could deal starting pitching

Chicago's pitching depth is an asset many teams would cherish, but the team hopes to add another bat to the lineup. Budget constraints may rule out free agency, pressuring the White Sox to sacrifice some pitching via trade.

Bears excited to see Gabe Carimi at guard

Gabe Carimi may find himself starting on the Bears' offensive line once again, but this time at right guard.

Scott Feldman signs with Chicago Cubs

Right-handed pitcher Scott Feldman signed a one-year deal with the Chicago Cubs worth $6 million, with an additional $1 million of incentives.

'Johnny Football' favored over Te'o for Heisman

Despite his incredible season, Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o is unlikely to win the Heisman Trophy. Instead, Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel is the favorite.

Cubs name Rob Deer hitting assistant

The Chicago Cubs have hired Rob Deer as a hitting assistant. Deer will help players prepare for games, but will not appear in uniform on the bench.

Chicago Fire veteran Cory Gibbs retires

Cory Gibbs announced his retirement from professional soccer on Monday.

Anthony Rizzo's 2012 helped with confidence issue

Anthony Rizzo is likely to get his first chance at a full season 2013 with the Chicago Cubs.

White Sox release spring training schedule

The Chicago White Sox will play their first spring training game on Feb. 23 against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Kaepernick shines for 49ers in big win

With starter Alex Smith out, Colin Kaepernick was excellent in his first career NFL start.

Bears C Garza on 49ers loss: 'It was embarrassing'

The Bears fell to the San Francisco 49ers, 32-7, on Monday night, and Chicago players must now figure out how to move on.