Yoan Moncada went Shoeless Joe

Cubs reliever Rowan Wick played paddleboard catch

Javy Baez gave Puerto Rican rapper Residente a tryout

World Champion 2016 Cubs wife Gina Grimm (Justin Grimm) shared a glam selfie

2016 World Series Champion Matt Szczur’s Last Dance art is for sale

Fitness guru Heidi Hamels (wife of former Cub Cole) posted more videos

View this post on Instagram

LOW IMPACT workout!! I love how many of you request these- so here you go!! And remember just because it’s low impact doesn’t mean you can’t make this advanced!! Just add some jumps and boom- high impact! 🤣❤️🙌 . . Here we go: . ➡️squat w/ alt. Hand to foot kick backs . ➡️hip roll plank . ➡️hip thruster ( in clam position) . ➡️lunge forward and backward . ➡️walking to plank . 1 min each 4x through =20 min workout! . Get in that cardio!!! 30 min-walk, run, hike, walk the dog…etc… ❤️❤️ enjoy your moment in the sun.☀️ . . @realitycheck.fit . . Outfit: shorts @lululemon Bra: @victoria_secretsports Shoes: @newbalance . Song: I’ve had this song on repeat all day- so why not add it into my workout !? Love- @imaginedragons “Dancing in the Dark” . Yes this song was purchased- I encourage you to do the same- ❤️ . . #lowimpactworkout #homeworkout #fullbodyworkout #workoutoftheday #workoutathome

A post shared by Heidi Hamels (@heidi_hamels) on

Two outstanding rightfielders compared notes

Derrick Rose shared advice for dealing with critics

View this post on Instagram

Gotta stay on point.

A post shared by Derrick Rose (@drose) on

Joakim Noah wished his dad Happy Birthday

Dwyane Wade expressed his gratitude to 🐐as The Last Dance concluded

Carmen Electra was proud to be a part of it

True Detective star Alexandra Daddario wondered about that Utah 🍕

Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson proudly admitted his facial resemblance to the Worm

Bears receiver Anthony Miller laughed at the Bucs Mike Evans’ 🐐 opinion

Duncan Keith is staying in shape while hockey is on hold

Lovie Smith honored Michael McCaskey with previously unheard story

Scottie Pippen shared his sadness about the passing of Bulls legend Jerry Sloan

View this post on Instagram

I loved everything about Jerry Sloan, from the way he played to the way he coached. He was a tenacious competitor who represented the Bulls of the 1970s so well. Jerry became one of my favorite coaches when he was on the 1996 Dream Team staff and it was an honor to learn from him. Jerry came from the old school and his throwback style of play translated perfectly into the 1990s. He was always full of fire, challenging his players to get after it. Go to the basket. Chase down loose balls. Leave it all on the floor. Jerry was tough as nails and his players reflected his personality — his Jazz teams gave us all we could handle in the 1997 and 1998 NBA Finals. It was an honor to know him, play for him, and play against him. Rest easy, coach.

A post shared by Scottie Pippen (@scottiepippen) on

Sean Penn toured Chicago’s coronavirus testing sites with Mayor Lightfoot

Extreme rain & flooding knocked out power at Sears Tower

The White Sox stepped up for their employees

Akiem Hicks refuted a Packer Twitter troll’s nonsense


Devin Hester gave us a 😂 as parent/coach for Pee Wee 🏈

Sister Jean read to kids for the Chicago Public Library