Kent State Will Wear Ohio 54 Helmet Sticker To Honor Jason Bitsko

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Pilots and Brewers Together - only in '69

By Phil Hecken

Usually, it’s UW stalwart Chance Michaels who is all things Brewers-related (whether it be the minor league, or major league variety) — actually pretty much anything Milwaukee-related is in his wheelhouse. But today’s main article comes not from Chance but from Leo Strawn, Jr., who is probably better known to . . . → Read More: Pilots and Brewers Together – only in ’69

Tampa Bay Wearing

By John Ekdahl

Tampa Bay will wear their “fauxbacks” against the Cubs today. At least one sports commentator is not amused:

ESPN’s Keith Olbermann, who is friends with Sternberg, nevertheless named the Rays the “worst persons in the sports world” for “denying their Tampa Bay Devil Rays history” and putting “Rays” on the . . . → Read More: Tampa Bay Wearing “Fauxbacks” Today Against Cubs

A Visit to the Chicago Sports Museum

[Editor's Note: Today we have a guest entry from David Firestone, who recently paid a visit to the Chicago Sports Museum. — PL]

By David G. Firestone

Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse opened in 1987 and has become a Chicago institution. Recently, Harry Caray’s came up with a new plan to attract visitors: the . . . → Read More: A Visit to the Chicago Sports Museum