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            Sports Saturday

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            Chicago outdoors: Robin, woodcock nest, outdoor books, forest preserve deer, environment and clock-rhythm

            A grape-eating robin, a woodcock nest, ranking outdoor books, a question of deer in the forest preserves and the environment and clock-rhythm come in notes on Chicago outdoors.

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            Chicago architect bringing old Comiskey Park back to life

            Brian Powers is digitally modeling the stadium and sharing it with the public on his his Bandbox Ballparks Twitter account (@SportsBandbox).

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            Polling Place: Which World Series winner was better, the 2005 White Sox or the 2016 Cubs?

            Also: 1996 Bulls vs. 1985 Bears. And which "weekend" of the NCAA Tournament is best?

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            A novel approach to Cubs history

            Former Sun-Times writer Herb Gould tells story from team’s heyday through batboy

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            Confident in Wolves’ chances, coach Rocky Thompson looking for closure

            The coronavirus pandemic might force the cancellation of the AHL season, leaving 2019-20 to feel incomplete and rendering all talk of playoff races moot.

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            At last, baseball was played — very briefly, and very poorly — at Wrigley Field

            When you’re unusually large and 50ish and standing in the street, bouncing grounders, soft liners and low-arcing popups to yourself off the wall of a ballpark — or of any other place, really — chances are, you’re not going to find many fellow humans wanting to stand there with you.

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            A registered nurse, Fire goalie Connor Sparrow asks for healthcare workers to be supported

            Sparrow’s sister Zoey is a nurse working at a hospital in St. Louis, and he has cousins who are also nurses working directly against the pandemic.

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            WNBA, NWSL face uncertainty entering critical seasons: ‘I’m definitely a little concerned’

            The NWSL and WNBA, which were scheduled to start April 18 and May 15, respectively, have suspended their seasons indefinitely.

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            New deal: Restructure puts Nick Foles back in his comfort zone with Bears

            ‘‘Ultimately, it was time to make a change,’’ Foles said. ‘‘Now I have an opportunity . . . to be with a coach that was there for me from the beginning, like Doug Pederson was. I got Matt Nagy.’’

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            Wild game: Right time, enough time, to learn to make 上海11选5走势图made venison jerky, in “Braising the Wild”

            Jack Hennessy takes on 上海11选5走势图made venison jerky, something you have time to do right now, in "Braising the Wild"

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            Chicago outdoors, COVID-19: Three activities—sky dancing, sheds, morels—with social distancing built in

            Watching woodcocks sky dance, looking for shed antlers and searching for morel mushrooms are three timely outdoors activities with built-in social distancing.

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            Chicago outdoors: Woodcock nest, eating Chicago River fish, National Wildlife Refuges in IL, morels

            A photo of a woodcock nest, a question on eating Chicago River fish, National Wildlife Refuges in Illinois and morels popping farther north are in the notes on Chicago outdoors.

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            Polling Place: Trubisky or Foles for Bears? Is Renteria the right manager for White Sox?

            We posed those questions and others on Twitter for a new weekly feature in our Sports Saturday edition. Here are your answers.

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            How much better was college basketball in 1989? Flyin’ Illini join us in yelling at cloud

            Kenny Battle, Kendall Gill and Marcus Liberty remember a spectacular season and a golden era in the college game, when competition was ferocious because NBA-bound players stayed in school a lot longer than they do now.

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            Possible early ending for time with Wolves not on Rocky Thompson’s mind

            Because of the end of the Wolves’ relationship with Vegas, Thompson won’t be back next season. His departure might have been sped up by the AHL suspending its season due to COVID-19.

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            Unfortunately, here are 8 things we weren’t able to watch in March

            We’ll never know how Illinois would’ve fared in the postseason, but would’ve been a thrill to see the Illini take their shot at "one shining moment." In honor of the Elite Eight — which was scheduled to unfold this weekend — here are eight things we were looking forward to watching play out.

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            ‘A Most Beautiful Thing’ shares story of first African American prep rowing team

            The documentary on Manley High School’s ground-breaking team is narrated by Common.

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            Soccer talk isn’t cheap for Fire analyst Tony Meola

            Meola, a U.S. soccer luminary who was the starting goalkeeper in two World Cups, is grateful for the ability to talk about soccer during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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            Healthy shoulder gives White Sox’ Nicky Delmonico healthy shot at returning to big leagues

            To know how popular left fielder Nicky Delmonico is among teammates was to see him in the visitors clubhouse in Baltimore last April 22 after Delmonico was recalled from Class AAA Charlotte.

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            You have to give props to this Vegas-based sports-betting company

            PropSwap’s Epstein and Pergande, both Chicago natives, did the right thing after tourney canceled

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            TikTok, FaceTime and at-上海11选5走势图 workouts: Sky’s Gabby Williams shares glimpse into what it’s like to be quarantined in France

            Sky players are turning to TikTok, FaceTime and photography to keep themselves preoccupied for the foreseeable future as they remain quarantined in an attempt to help contain COVID-19.

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            Best sports TV shows

            As I started compiling the list of my favor ite TV sports shows of all time, I was surprised at just how many such programs we’ve had through the years — and how quickly some were forgotten (at least by yours truly).

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            Wild game: Lemon-Glazed Vanilla Honey Duck starts a theme in “Braising the Wild”

            Jack Hennessy starts a theme for several weeks in "Braising the Wild" with Lemon-Glazed Vanilla Honey Duck.

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            Chicago lakefront: A pivotal day in the outdoors and the fight against coronavirus in Chicago

            The outdoors and the stay-at-上海11选5走势图 edict are an uneasy alliance. That alliance shattered Thursday when Mayor Lori Lightfoot closed the lakefront and related parks indefinitely.

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            Chicago outdoors: Cooper’s hawk, Illinois’ state lakes closed, Great Backyard Bird Count, morel hunting

            A Cooper’s hawk, thoughts on closing of Illinois’ state lakes, numbers on the Great Backyard Bird Count and morel hunting during the coronavirus

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            Skiing got big lift from Arthur Clay among blacks

            National Brotherhood of Skiers co-founder and South Sider joins pal Benjamin Finley as first African American U.S. Ski Hall of Famers.

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            Will COVID-19 take our football season, too?

            Scientists are estimating that between 40% and 80% of the global population could become infected. According to my admittedly pedestrian-level math, one year plus 60% or so equals no Bears game in Week 1.

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            10 years later, former Simeon star Brandon Spearman is still doing what he loves

            "I’m still loving what I’m doing," said Spearman, who is playing in Egypt. "I still want to play. I’m not giving up on this dream, not yet. I’m just going to continue doing this, and life after basketball, we will see what happens."

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            How Simeon’s dominance, led by Jabari Parker and Kendrick Nunn, further solidified Wolverines’ legacy as basketball powerhouse

            Jabari Parker and Kendrick Nunn reminisce on their time at Simeon 10 years after winning their first of four straight Class 4A state title.

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            Fire fans from abroad miss chance to see 上海11选5走势图 opener

            Nobody knows for sure when the 上海11选5走势图 opener will actually come, and how that will come about. The Fire are still looking forward to the opener, but like everybody else, they can’t know when.

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            Wolves chairman Don Levin addresses COVID-19 season suspension

            The Wolves are watching to see how the COVID-19 pandemic plays out and whether it will dissipate enough to allow the season to come back.

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            Coronavirus impacts sports like Spanish flu, 9/11 attacks, world wars did not

            "It’s hard to even fast-forward to next week and understand where our country上海11选5走势图’s going to be at that point," said Cubs coach Mike Borzello, who was in New York on 9/11.

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            WNBA mock draft: Sabrina Ionescu to go first overall, but what will Sky do with 8th overall pick?

            With the draft one month away, here’s a premature look at what could happen in the first round.

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            Is Deon Bush the answer at safety for the Bears?

            Though it didn’t work out last year, it looks like defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano still has faith in Bush, who in previous opportunities — six starts in 2016, two starts in 2018 — has warranted a better look.

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            Wolf Lake: The wonders keep coming, walleye come up strong during northern pike survey

            Walleye starred during a survey this month of northern pike at Wolf Lake.

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            Wild game: Bourbon Glazed Quail in “Braising the Wild” and revisiting spatchcocking

            Jack Hennessy brings Bourbon Glazed Quail to "Braising the Wild" and revisits spatchcocking..