What follows is the the third installment of the New Era ballcaps ads featuring actors Nick Offerman and Craig Robinson sporting Chicago White Sox and Chicago Cubs caps. This one is the funniest by far; as it features Robinson in his Sox cap doing a lounge song version of "Take me out to the Ballgame." It's a viral vid sure to spice up the latest edition of the Red Line … [Read more...] about White Sox vs Cubs, Craig Robinson vs. Nick Offerman, The Office vs. Parks & Rec (video)
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Today's White Sox vs. Cubs series began with very little pomp and circumstance. Since 2008, when both teams were in first place upon meeting, the red line rivalry has approached with less excitement and intrigue every season. This year, both teams entered with very low expectations and so far living down to them, as each team is below .500. The Sox are a slightly better … [Read more...] about White Sox Morel, Cubs LaHair: opposite ends of statistical spectrum
Since the horrific 11-22 start, the Chicago White Sox have been playing about .600 baseball. Keep up that winning percentage, and they're projected for 86-88 wins, certainly enough to win a weak division like the AL Central. And here's another reason to be optimistic- the past weekend they finally conquered a hurdle that they had been tripping over repeatedly these past couple … [Read more...] about White Sox Reach 500! Then Fall Right Back Below it Again!
Today, it's called the BP Crosstown Cup (it's official name), BP Crosstown Classic, or The Windy City Showdown. It's also been called the Red Line Series, City Series, Crosstown Series, Crosstown Cup, Gatorade Windy City Classic, Busch Crosstown Classic or Crosstown Showdown. In other words, the Chicago Cubs vs Chicago White Sox rivalry has a had a lot of names. But … [Read more...] about Cubs, White Sox Rivalry Known by many Names over the Years
North side vs. South side. Red & Blue vs. Black & White. "All In" vs. "It's a Way of Life." This is the Crosstown Classic, a series that divides households, neighborhoods, and an entire city for six of baseball's 162 games every year. The Cubs travel south Monday to face the White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field for the first three games of the series. With both teams … [Read more...] about Crosstown Rivalry Renewed: White Sox vs. Cubs 2011 Begins TONIGHT!