Hey sports fans! Check out this week's schedule of games taking place around they city!
Created by kellferzim on May 13, 2011
Last updated: 07/13/11 at 03:05 PM
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Andersonville resident Rebecca Parrilla, 40, on how the Cubs are faring this season: “It’s such a toss-up this year. They’re so inconsistent, and they’re not producing any runs either. That’s the big problem they have, is that they’re not getting RBIs. They’re not getting the hits when they have the base runners. Hopefully, that’s going to turn around.”
“Well, you know, 2003, that’s like a rivalry now. We always have to… win those games, but the Marlins have a decent team. I would rank them just a tad bit better than the Cubs at this point. That should actually be a good series. We’ll see what happens.” -Mike Harber, 30, Little Italy resident
How will the Bulls fare against the Heat with a home-court advantage? Check out this NBA Intelligence recap from the last time both teams played in sweet home Chicago.
Jake Peavy has been listed as the probable pitcher for Wednesday night's game against the Indians, according to MLB.com. Check out how he's been playing by clicking on the ESPN link below.
The White Sox couldn't pull off a win in their last spring training game against the Rangers on March 12. Which team do you think will take home more runs this week?
Check out Bloomberg Sports' season predictions for the White Sox. Are they living up to their potential?
Matt Garza may be pitching Monday night's game against the Cincinnati Reds, according to MLB.com.
Jeremy English, 26, a Fox Lake resident, on his prediction for the three-game series against the Giants: “Two out of 3 against the Giants. Depending on our pitching matchups, I think we can do it.”
The Bulls beat the Atlanta Hawks Thursday night and will now move on to the Eastern Conference finals, where they will take on the Miami Heat Sunday at 7 p.m.
Mike Harber, 30, a Little Italy resident, on who will take the series: “I think the Giants will probably win. I don’t have a lot of confidence in the Cubs at this point, just to be honest. People get mad at me, but I guess I’m too much of a realist.”
Watch the Chicago Fire as they play Toronto FC at BMO Field.
According to MLB.com, Gavin Floyd has been confirmed to pitch Saturday's game.
The Chicago White Sox only pulled off 1 of 3 wins during their April series against the Oakland Athletics. Click below for the recap of the last game and tune in for another three-game series this weekend.
“I’m assessing the season already, overall, and I have to say, they usually tend to do better with the difficult opponents, so I’m going to say that they’re going to do fairly well against the Cardinals and the Giants, and then they’re going to go back to their usual ways.” -Rebecca Parrilla, 40, Cubs fan from Andersonville