Jay Cohen, The Associated Press

Jay Cohen

The Associated Press

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Past articles by Jay:

Chicago White Sox get shut out by St. Louis Cardinals 3-0, dropping to 10-18 in their last 28 games

Miles Mikolas pitched seven efficient innings in the St. Louis Cardinals' 3-0 win over the Chicago White Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field. → Read More

Shane van Gisbergen wins the inaugural NASCAR Chicago Street Race in his Cup Series debut

Shane van Gisbergen won his NASCAR Cup Series debut on a rainy Sunday in downtown Chicago, chasing down Justin Haley and Chase Elliott in a memorable finish to the series’ first street race. → Read More

NASCAR in Chicago: Cole Custer declared Xfinity Series winner after persistent rain washes out race

Cole Custer has been declared the winner of the NASCAR Xfinity Series race in downtown Chicago after persistent rain flooded the street course. → Read More

‘It’s going to be difficult to pass’: NASCAR drivers test out downtown Chicago street course

After months of hype and curiosity, the NASCAR Cup Series hits the streets of downtown Chicago on Sunday at the end of a big weekend for the sport. → Read More

Chicago Blackhawks acquire forward Taylor Hall in multiplayer trade with Boston Bruins

The Chicago Blackhawks have acquired Taylor Hall in a trade with the Boston Bruins → Read More

Elvis Andrus hits a walk-off single, lifting the the Chicago White Sox to a 5-4 win against the Boston Red Sox

Elvis Andrus provided a big lift Saturday, hitting a game-ending single that sent the Chicago White Sox to a 5-4 victory over Kenley Jansen and the Boston Red Sox. → Read More

Where the Chicago Blackhawks landed in the NHL draft lottery — and race for the No. 1 pick

A single pingpong ball could have a ripple effect beyond the Chicago Blackhawks, the Anaheim Ducks, the Columbus Blue Jackets or another lucky NHL team that’s looking to turn a dismal season into a blue-chip player. → Read More

Blackhawks announce Toews will not be back next season

Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews will not return to the team next year, ending a wildly successful run that included three Stanley Cup championships in 15 seasons → Read More

Chicago Cubs’ Marcus Stroman commits MLB’s 1st pitch-clock violation

Chicago Cubs right-hander Marcus Stroman committed Major League Baseball’s first pitch-clock violation in the third inning of Thursday’s opening day game against the Milwaukee Brewers. → Read More

MLB free agent watch: Ohtani leads possible 2023-24 class

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Michael Henn returns to March Madness with Penn State

Michael Henn is back in the NCAA Tournament with Penn State, and it was quite a journey to his March Madness return. The reserve forward played in the 2017 NCAA tourney with Cal Davis. After stints at California Baptist, Portland and Denver, along with a lingering issue with bone spurs in his ankle, Henn joined the Nittany Lions before this season. Henn comes from a basketball family. His great… → Read More

Major league teams searching for advantages with new rules

The bases are bigger, and the pickoff rules are different. The pitch clock has arrived, and infield shifts are gone. → Read More

Major league teams searching for advantages with new rules

The only certainty about Major League Baseball's new rules for the 2023 season is that everyone is going to push and pull on them in search of an edge. The size of the bases has been increased to 18-inch squares from 15. The new pitch clock is 15 seconds with no runners on base and 20 seconds with runners. The increasingly frequent infield shift has been eliminated, and there is a limit of two… → Read More

Rob Manfred: MLB prepared for whatever happens with Bally Sports networks' parent company

MLB is prepared for whatever happens after the financially troubled parent company of 19 Bally Sports regional networks skipped interest payments. → Read More

Northwestern takes down No. 1 Purdue in Evanston

Boo Buie scored 26 points. → Read More

Hall of Fame hockey legend Bobby Hull dies at 84

Hull was one of the most prolific forwards in NHL history, scoring 610 times during his 16-year career with Chicago, Hartford and Winnipeg. → Read More

Seth Jones rallies Blackhawks past Sabres 4-3 in overtime

Seth Jones was frustrated after he missed the net on a prime scoring opportunity in the second period. → Read More

Hubbard’s 98-yard fumble return lifts Bengals over Ravens

Sam Hubbard returned Tyler Huntley’s fumble 98 yards for a tiebreaking touchdown in the fourth quarter, helping Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals beat the Baltimore Ravens 24-17 in an AFC wild-… → Read More

Hubbard’s 98-yard fumble return lifts Bengals over Ravens

CINCINNATI (AP) — Sam Hubbard returned Tyler Huntley’s fumble 98 yards for a tiebreaking touchdown in the fourth quarter, helping Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati → Read More

Hubbard's 98-yard fumble return lifts Bengals over Ravens

Next up for Cincinnati: the Buffalo Bills. → Read More