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Robert Dean

Robert Dean is a working class writer, raconteur, and enlightened dumbass. His work has been featured in MIC, Forbes, Fatherly, Consequence of Sound, and the Austin American-Statesman, to name a few. He's also Editor in Chief for Big Laugh Comedy. He has two books dropping in 2021. Stalk him on social media.

Shame On The White Sox: Loretta’s Lounge Is Now La Russa’s Lounge And That’s Just Gross

Today, the kids like to use the word "cringe" in totality as a flavor for their ultimate...

The Small Growing Pains Of A Potentially Championship Caliber White Sox Team

OK, so the Yankees series didn't go as planned. It was fun to imagine that the White...

Signs Of The Emerging White Sox Beast Are Starting To Show

There's an early storyline to the 2021 White Sox: World Series caliber team needs to get its...

The Weirdest White Sox Offseason Is Also the Best, Too

Being a Chicago White Sox fan in 2020 is a paradox. One minute, it's something good, weird,...

2020 Might Suck, But This Year’s World Series Will Be Great

The sports culture is weird—especially baseball. Stats and facts dominate the sport. Everyone wants to know the...

This Season, It’s About Chicago

Everything sucks right now. We’re all stuck in this half frightening, half normalized holding pattern that doesn’t...

Is The Astros Sign Stealing Scandal Overblown? Probably.

For the entirety of Spring Training and likely into the start of the baseball season, we’re going...

Baseball’s Culture Problem Starts With Tim Anderson

Major League Baseball has an issue with culture. Despite the national pastime’s ingrained influence, with its spoken and unspoken rules threaded throughout the American DNA, the game hasn’t evolved as basketball and football.