As Theo Epstein stood behind second base and surveyed the loud and zany celebration at Wrigley Field, the Cubs' President praised the collective contributions that brought the franchise from the depths of the National League to their first World Series berth since 1945. "We never doubted, but there
The taunts started to bounce across Wrigley Field early Saturday night. "Kerrrr-shaw. Kerrrr-shaw." The Dodgers ace gave them no reason to stop until he walked off the field after the fifth inning of Game 6 of the National League Championship Series, his head bowed and the scoreboard showing a
A little bit of faith was all the Cubs asked for, and all they really needed. Forget about all the things that happened to their predecessors and think about all the hard work and preparation that got them to this moment. When it mattered most, the Cubs were ready, and so was Wrigley Field.
A 100-year-old baseball stadium was shaken to its core Saturday as soon as the baseball collided with Willson Contreras' bat. The fourth-inning meeting was as violent as the result was exhilarating for anxious fans. The ball that originated in Clayton Kershaw's hand found its final resting place
Two-and-five! Notre Dame's record? Who saw this coming? Ranked No. 10 in the Associated Press' preseason poll, the freefalling Irish took a week off to contemplate a potential self-imposed bowl ban. Unexpectedly irrelevant, their TV ratings dwindling, the Irish could be headed for their worst season
After one game together, Dwyane Wade used an intriguing comparison when asked about new teammate Michael Carter-Williams. "He's a taller (Rajon) Rondo, a guy who has played in the paint and has been an attacker and guards," Wade said. At 6-feet-6, Carter-Williams owns a five-inch advantage on Rondo.