That sound echoing through Wrigley Field on Saturday was that of the ball exploding off Jason Heyward's bat. After a mostly silent first two months of the season, the veteran outfielder showed flashes that he could be finding his stroke as Heyward sprayed balls — some fair, some foul — all over
Ben Zobrist's left index finger makes its way down the inside of his right arm. The line he draws is imaginary, but that doesn't make it any less real to him. It doesn't make it any less a definition of what separates the haves in the batter's box, which Zobrist has been, from the have-nots.
A federal judge has ordered the release of internal Trump University documents in an ongoing lawsuit against the company, including "playbooks" that advised sales personnel how to market high-priced courses on getting rich through real estate. The Friday ruling, in which Judge Gonzalo Curiel cited
Less than 12 hours after her daughter was shot to death on Lake Shore Drive, Diana Mercado wept bitterly outside her family's apartment as she said she'd planned to get her 15-year-old daughter out of Chicago in a year."Now they took my baby," she said. Her daughter, Veronica Lopez, was the youngest
Today, I'm your graduation speaker. I've always wanted to do this, and I'm afraid this might be as close as I get. Student-athletes and distinguished graduates, I'd offer this as a guide for the rest of your life. It's really about George. The games are important, but not as important as George."I'd