Check out some of what I’ve been up to since I haven’t been posting many articles on here lately….

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Check out an exclusive preview of episode 2 of Strangely Educational – Haunted Coffee House before it hits ChicagoTVOnline right here on SportsFanChicago with more to come in the following months!

Johnnie and Albert spend the night at one of the most haunted coffee houses located on one of the most haunted roadways – the Ashbary Coffee House on Archer Avenue in Willow Springs, IL.

The boys talk with paranormal expert and Chicago Blackhawk offspring, Christopher Fleming; while Coty and Wizard get weird as they tend to do…

Be sure to stay tuned to SportsFanChicago and ChicagoTVOnline for more from the Strangely Educational crew, plus a few more projects…

Listen to John Malioris, Jr. breakdown the Cubs, White Sox, Tigers and the rest of the MLB regularly on WMOM 102.7 FM (Monday-Saturday), also weekly on “the Bob Sullivan Show” and “the Blender with Mark Guzman” .

I’m also “Adding a Little More to the Plate.”

For more breaking Chicago White Sox & MLB coverage, be sure to follow the best reporters at the Daily Herald- Matt Spiegel, Chicago Tribune- Mark Gonzalez, Daily Herald- Barry Rozner, ESPN.com- Doug Padilla, MLB.com- Scott Merkin, & WSCR the Score- Adam Hoge, Laurence Holmes & Chris Rongey. Follow the MLB with the best in the business because without them, it would all be sabermetrics to us.

Preview : Ghostbusters IIII

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May 102014

Check out some of what I’ve been up to since I haven’t been posting many articles on here lately….

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Check out this exclusive preview of Ghostbusters 4 before it hits ChicagoTVOnline right here on SportsFanChicago with more to come in the following months!

Johnnie and Albert spend the night at one of the most haunted coffee houses located on one of the most haunted roadways – the Ashbary Coffee House on Archer Avenue in Willow Springs, IL.

The boys talk with paranormal expert and Chicago Blackhawk offspring, Christopher Fleming; while Coty and Wizard get weird as they tend to do…

Be sure to stay tuned to SportsFanChicago and ChicagoTVOnline for more from the Strangely Educational crew, plus a few more projects…

Listen to John Malioris, Jr. breakdown the Cubs, White Sox, Tigers and the rest of the MLB regularly on WMOM 102.7 FM (Monday-Saturday), also weekly on “the Bob Sullivan Show” and “the Blender with Mark Guzman” .

I’m also “Adding a Little More to the Plate.”

For more breaking Chicago White Sox & MLB coverage, be sure to follow the best reporters at the Daily Herald- Matt Spiegel, Chicago Tribune- Mark Gonzalez, Daily Herald- Barry Rozner, ESPN.com- Doug Padilla, MLB.com- Scott Merkin, & WSCR the Score- Adam Hoge, Laurence Holmes & Chris Rongey. Follow the MLB with the best in the business because without them, it would all be sabermetrics to us.

Check out some of what I’ve been up to since I haven’t been posting many articles on here lately….

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By: John Malioris, Jr.

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The pilot episode of Strangely Educational – Dead Serious Tattoo Shop before it hits ChicagoTVOnline right here on SportsFanChicago with more to come in the following months!

Be sure to stay tuned to SportsFanChicago and ChicagoTVOnline for more from the Strangely Educational crew, plus a few more projects…

Listen to John Malioris, Jr. breakdown the Cubs, White Sox, Tigers and the rest of the MLB regularly on WMOM 102.7 FM (Monday-Saturday), also weekly on “the Bob Sullivan Show” and “the Blender with Mark Guzman” .

I’m also “Adding a Little More to the Plate.”

For more breaking Chicago White Sox & MLB coverage, be sure to follow the best reporters at the Daily Herald- Matt Spiegel, Chicago Tribune- Mark Gonzalez, Daily Herald- Barry Rozner, ESPN.com- Doug Padilla, MLB.com- Scott Merkin, & WSCR the Score- Adam Hoge, Laurence Holmes & Chris Rongey. Follow the MLB with the best in the business because without them, it would all be sabermetrics to us.

Cano and Choo get disrespected by the Yankees and head West, while they drop a pretty penny on several top tier FA/injury risks.

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By: John Malioris, Jr.

    Robinson Cano, 10 years/$240.0 million (Seattle)- gives the Mariners a window after  and will be the right bat in the middle of the lineup if they add the right pieces around him.

    Jacoby Ellsbury, 7/$153.0 (Yankees)- seems foolish with his injury history, but the Bombers will be happy if he can play 130 games.

    Shin Soo Choo, 7/$130.0 (Texas)- sticks it to the Yanks and selects a home with great potential on the roster from top to bottom.

    Brian McCann, 5/$85.0 (Yankees)- so much for lowering the payroll and going younger with few injury risks…

    Curtis Granderson, 4/$60.0 (Mets)- another move that shows the organization is delusional about their clock, as they commit 6 years and $100 million between a 32 & 40 year old

    Jhonny Peralta, 4/$53.0 (St. Louis)- would be better suited at third, but is primed for a breakout season on a roster of well manicured and experienced prospects.

    Carlos Beltran, 3/$45.0 (Yankees)- why not add another positional player to the roster that is better fit for DH duties?

    Mike Napoli, 2/$32.0 (Boston)- found the best deal for both parties involved and didn’t have much trouble reaching the agreement as everyone involved wanted to make it happen.

    Omar Infante, 4/$30.3 (Kansas City)- finally were able to lock in the second baseman they’ve been looking for after several years and made themselves the best defensive team in the Majors.

    Carlos Ruiz, 3/$26.0 (Philadelphia)- helps the behind the plate, at the dish and with helping along young starters (if they ever decide to go young).

    Notable Signings


    Jarrod Saltalamacchia, 3/$21.0 (Miami)- might regret taking a full time roll elsewhere considering he’ll be expected to pull a lot of weight offensively as he transitions from the most packed park in baseball to one of the emptiest.

    Marlon Byrd, 2/$16.0 (Philadelphia)- again not getting younger.

    Justin Morneau, 2/$12.5 (Colorado)- is a great fit for the lefty slugger and is likely to see a return to some of his bigger power numbers in the friendly Coors’ confines.

    AJ Pierzynski, 1/$8.25 (Boston)- might be asked to catch too much for 36 years of age, but it’s become obvious that he is a special breed of ball player; however his ability to slow the run could prove to be an issue.

    Garrett Jones, 2/$7.75 (Miami)- will receive a full opportunity to prove he’s an everyday player, but could have problems in the spacey Marlins Park.

    Corey Hart, 1/$13.0 (Seattle)- could wind up being the protection that Cano needs, but Jed Zduriencik could look to add another bat like Nelson Cruz yet.

 

Listen to John Malioris, Jr. breakdown the Cubs, White Sox, Tigers and the rest of the MLB regularly on WMOM 102.7 FM (Monday-Saturday), also weekly on “the Bob Sullivan Show” and “the Blender with Mark Guzman” .

I’m also “Adding a Little More to the Plate.”

For more breaking Chicago White Sox & MLB coverage, be sure to follow the best reporters at the Daily Herald- Matt Spiegel, Chicago Tribune- Mark Gonzalez, Daily Herald- Barry Rozner, ESPN.com- Doug Padilla, MLB.com- Scott Merkin, & WSCR the Score- Adam Hoge, Laurence Holmes & Chris Rongey. Follow the MLB with the best in the business because without them, it would all be sabermetrics to us.

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