Hille, Bob
October 2010
Sporting News;10/11/2010, Vol. 234 Issue 23, p18
The article focuses on sports in Chicago, Illinois. The city is rated as the best sports city in the U.S. by the publication. The parade attended by an estimated two million people after the Chicago Blackhawks hockey team won the 2010 Stanley Cup, its first championship in fifty years, is cited as an example of the passionate devotion Chicago residents have to their sports teams. It is noted that the city has two major league baseball teams, professional teams in four sports, and several colleges whose sports teams have devoting followers. Former football player Dick Butkus comments on Chicago athletics.


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