This Week’s Biggest Gainers
The Chicago man was cleared of all charges after spending twenty-six years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit.
He out-coached the Colts’ Tony Dungy in the Bears season opener? No way!
He out-ran the Colts’ Joseph Addai in the Bears season opener? No way!
He out-played Peyton Manning in the Bears season opener? No way!
The Cubs outfielder helped the team break a six-game losing streak by belting three homeruns against the Reds in one weekend game.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
The Sox shining star fractured a bone in his hand after hitting himself with his own bat—yeah, he’s out for the year.
The presidential hopeful had a rough week after GOP VP candidate Sarah Palin delivered a praised speech at the Republican Convention and the Muslim rumors resurfaced after an interview with George Stephanopoulos.
The CTA president announced plans to cut eighty administrative jobs in an effort to save up to $30 million.
The Cubs skipper watched his team drop six straight, the longest losing streak of the season by far.
The 26-year-old Chicagoan, drunk at a weekend Cubs-Reds game in Cincinnati, was arrested for claiming to police to be a federal agent after the vendors wouldn’t serve him more beer.