Word on the Street: Ozzie's Sox 'painful' to watch

Word on the Street: Ozzie's Sox 'painful' to watch

Bears No. 1 draft pick Gabe Carimi throws out the first pitch at the White Sox game Sunday afternoon. (AP)
Sunday, May 1, 2011
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Ozzie didn't enjoy watching Sox on TV

While serving the first game of his suspension Friday night, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen admitted he tried watching the game on TV, but had to turn it off.

Guillen told the Chicago Tribune that, "I watched the first few innings, but that was enough. It was painful to watch, as a fan. "On TV, you see everything. They showed the replay a few times and you don't want to see it. At least when you manage, you just see it once. On TV, they always want to run it one more time." (ChicagoTribune.com)Scalabrine does a wicked Thibodeau impression, but...his wife, Kristen, won't let him show it off in public. The veteran Bulls forward knows his head coach extremely well after playing for him for three years in Boston and this year in Chicago. He has showed off a good impression of the head coach at home for his wife and two children before."Tom has these short busts of yells," Scalabrine said. "And he yells at me, but it's not like yelling. That's just how he talks.

"So I came home and my kids were on the couch. And I was like, 'C'mon, get off the couch! Let's go! We're not going to do this now!' I did that for like 10 straight minutes. And my wife was like, 'Yo, you need to relax. You're not at work anymore. You're home. And you're not the coach and the kids aren't your players.' (ChicagoSports.com)Former Bear shot, not seriously hurtFormer Bears defensive back R.W. McQuarters was shot early Saturday as he left a friend's Tulsa residence, but injuries were not life threatening according to police. McQuarters was in his car when he heard several shots and felt himself get shot. The shot went through the driver's window and police do not have a description of the shooter. (TulsaWorld.com)
Ravens still upset with Bears over draft trade fiascoAfter Chicago refused to give up a draft pick to Baltimore to make up for their trade snafu, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh decided it was time to speak up."I can't imagine why they would be so opposed to doing this," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Saturday. "I thought Steve said it well. You're talking about your reputation. You're talking about how you do business. The McCaskeys are the McCaskeys. They are the NFL. I really think if they were making the decision, I'm pretty sure their fourth-round pick wouldn't be worth the history of their reputation." (NationalFootballPost.com)
White Sox can't be this bad, right?
Following Sunday's loss to the Orioles, Chicago fell to 10-19 having won only three times in their last 18 games. Is the team that many picked to win the A.L. Central division really this bad or just in an awful stretch of baseball right now? (SunTimes.com)

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CSN will air and live stream the celebration, the official White House ceremony, featuring President Barack Obama, honoring the team’s first World Series title in 108 years.

CSN will deliver complete team on-air/online coverage of the event and up-to-the-second Twitter reports from Cubs beat reporter Kelly Crull (@Kelly_Crull) and CSNChicago.com’s Cubs Insider Patrick Mooney (@CSNMooney), which will include complete highlights from the day’s big D.C. celebration on SportsTalk Live at 5:30 p.m. and on In the Loop Prime at 10:00 p.m.

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