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The Bernstein Brief: Bulls Have No Excuses

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) Closer this time just ended up being more disheartening for a Bulls team left without much to say. 256 more words

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Bernstein: Eric Thames & MLB's Discomfort

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) Brewers first baseman Eric Thames hit his 11th home run Tuesday night, and baseball’s best and least likely story continued in Milwaukee’s 9-1 victory over Cincinnati. 665 more words

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Cubs' Kris Bryant Has A Great Explanation For Why He Isn't Into Bat Flips

(CBS) In this era of social media, the instant gratification desire of millenials and an abundance of exuberant young talent in MLB, much has been made over the theatrics of some hitters gazing at their no-doubt home runs and celebrating with an accompanying bat flip. 467 more words

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Bernstein: Cubs' Jason Heyward Is Himself Again

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) The early returns are solid for the Jason Heyward batting reclamation project, with the 27-year-old Cubs outfielder working over the offseason to fix a swing that resulted in a miserable 2016 slash-line of .230/.306/.325 and a wOBA of just .282. 438 more words

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Bernstein: Fred Hoiberg Is Trying Phil Jackson's Old Trick

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) I knew Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg’s complaint Sunday night reminded me of something, when he lamented Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas’s ability to skirt the letter of NBA rule… 324 more words

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Bernstein: These Blackhawks Won 3 Stanley Cups

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) Right, it sucks. Gotcha.

First-round playoff outs after being the best team in the conference are no fun, and the sting of the Blackhawks losing in this fashion — a sweep at the hands of the eighth-seeded Predators that they dominated in the regular season — is particularly hard to swallow after all the parades and literal entitlement. 341 more words

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Cubs' Jake Arrieta Drug Tested 10-15 Times In Last Year, Believes MLB's System Is Working

(CBS) Cubs right-hander Jake Arrieta estimates he has been tested for performance-enhancing drugs between 10 and 15 times in the last year.

The topic of PEDs returned to the forefront of conversation around the league this week after Pirates center fielder Starling Marte, an All-Star in 2016, was suspended 80 games for violating the league’s policy on banned substances. 363 more words

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