In Chicago, for the first time in 100 years, there's no love for the Cubbies. Not after what they just pulled.
Mote Whiting is 91 years old. He'll be sitting on the edge of his bed, watching the Cubs try to pull off the unthinkable.
Sure, the Cubs are still in first place, but Cubs Nation is panicking. It's win ... or die.
In Page 2's tour of the most memorable sports years, Scoop Jackson says we're still feeling the impact of 1998, 10 years later.
In a season where Alfonso Soriano had been declared dead, the $136 million man has finally shown signs of life.
Pau Gasol not coming to the Bulls is the last straw. There's no avoiding the Chicago sadness.
You've heard of "The Truth About Cats & Dogs." Now the Cubs and Bears are part of the equation.
Scoop Jackson says the South Side of Chicago is making the most of this long-overdue World Series.