David Miller was born and raised and has lived in the Chicagoland area his entire life. He received his MA in English from Northern Illinois University in 1995 and has been a professional writer/editor for almost 15 years. David currently works for a marketing consulting firm in downtown Chicago and lives in Arlington Heights. He has written freelance articles for Black Belt magazine and the 2010 Maple Street Press Cubs Annual. When it comes to sports, David is first and foremost a baseball fan. He's a Cubs guy who follows the team very closely. Naturally, he also keeps an eye - and wishes nothing but the best - for all of the other teams in town. (And, yes, that includes the White Sox.)
Joakim Noah admitted yesterday that Dennis Rodman was one of his childhood heroes. Contributing Editor Dave Miller ponders the similarities and differences of these two great players.
The Chicago Cubs have needed a bona fide fifth starter for weeks now. Could Doug Davis be the answer? Maybe.
Chicago Cubs second baseman Darwin Barney has been honored for a great start to the 2011 season. Details and analysis here.
Chicago White Sox second baseman Gordon Beckham is stepping up his fight against Parkinson's Disease. Details here.
You can see former manager Lou Piniella back in a Chicago Cubs uniform -- if you so desire. Details here.
Contributing Editor Dave Miller brings back his Chicago head coach/manager power rankings for a look back at what will surely go down as a memorable April.
The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft starts tonight! We've pulled together a list of potential Chicago Bears picks from a variety of sources around the Web.
The Chicago Bulls bounced the Indiana Pacers from the 2011 NBA Playoffs yesterday. In the series, the Pacers showed both the good and bad that comes from fielding a young team.
Contributing Editor Dave Miller has gathered a smattering of MLB Power Rankings for your perusal. For both the Chicago White Sox and Cubs, please moderate your expectations.
In this week's Top Five, Contributing Editor Dave Miller takes an early look at what should be some of the more interesting games of the Chicago Bears season. Whenever it begins.