Satchel Price, Chicago Sun-Times

Satchel Price

Chicago Sun-Times

Chicago, IL, United States

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  • Chicago Sun-Times
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  • SB Nation

Recent articles by Satchel:

6 key moments from the final night of ‘The Last Dance’

What we learned from the final episodes of ESPN’s documentary on Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Bulls. → Read More

Cook County surpasses Queens, NY, as county with most COVID-19 cases in U.S.

On Thursday, officials reported another 138 coronavirus-related deaths in Illinois as the state’s death toll nears 4,000. → Read More

6 key moments from Night 4 of ‘The Last Dance’

What we learned from the seventh and eighth episodes of ESPN’s documentary on Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Bulls. → Read More

6 key moments from 3rd night of MJ doc ‘The Last Dance’

What we learned from the fifth and sixth episodes of ESPN’s documentary on Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Bulls. → Read More

Here’s what will reopen in Illinois Friday under new stay-at-home order

The extension of Illinois’ stay-at-home order through the end of May includes some significant changes. → Read More

6 key moments from 2nd night of MJ doc ‘The Last Dance’

What we learned from the third and fourth episodes of ESPN’s documentary on Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Bulls. → Read More

How to watch the 2020 NFL Draft

The top players in college football find out where they’ll be playing in the pros starting Thursday night. → Read More

Complete order of picks for the 2020 NFL Draft

The full list of all 255 picks for all seven rounds in this year’s draft. → Read More

6 key moments from 1st night of MJ doc ‘The Last Dance’

What we learned from the first two episodes of ESPN’s documentary on Michael Jordan and the 1997-98 Bulls. → Read More

Bears target receivers, defensive backs in experts’ latest NFL mock drafts

While the names are different, most mock drafts see the Bears focusing on a few positions. → Read More

How to apply for unemployment benefits if you are out of work during Illinois’ COVID-19 shutdown

Workers laid off temporarily — and even parents caring for children home from school — can qualify for unemployment benefits under the state’s recently adopted emergency rules. → Read More

Texans trade DeAndre Hopkins to Cardinals in blockbuster deal: report

Hopkins, one of the game’s elite pass-catchers, is teaming up with Kyler Murray in Arizona. → Read More

AHL joins NHL in suspending season due to coronavirus

The Wolves won’t play a home game again until May 1 at the earliest. → Read More

Big Ten men’s basketball conference tournament canceled due to coronavirus

The tournament in Indianapolis won’t continue due to concerns over COVID-19. → Read More

Jazz star Donovan Mitchell is 2nd NBA player to test positive for coronavirus: report

The NBA suspended its season a day ago after one of Mitchell’s teammates tested positive for the virus. → Read More

Illinois says no plans for new mascot after Belted Kingfisher passes student vote

In a non-binding resolution, 4,222 students voted to adopt the blue and orange bird, while 3,597 voted against it. → Read More

Former Indiana QB Peyton Ramsey transferring to Northwestern

A crowded Wildcats QB room may have its starter entering next season. → Read More

Happy 183rd birthday, Chicago!

It’s been quite a wild ride for the Windy City. → Read More

The best cosplay from C2E2 2020

Chicago’s annual pop culture convention brought out some awesome costumes this year. → Read More

Michael Jordan tearfully remembers ‘close friend’ Kobe Bryant at public memorial

A tearful Michael Jordan celebrated the life of his “very close friend” Kobe Bryant in an emotional eulogy Monday at the public memorial for Bryant and his daughter, Gianna, in Los Angeles. “Kobe was my dear friend, he was like my little brother, Everyone always wanted to talk about the comparisons between he and I. I just wanted to talk about Kobe,” Jordan said at Staples Center, where… → Read More