They play for love. They play for money. On soggy softball fields. And in front of the ivy at Wrigley. And wherever they play, the Chicago Sun-Times photo staff is there. For 75 years, photographers from the Daily Times, the Sun, the Daily News and the Sun-Times have shoved to the front row to capture the cigar-smoke atmosphere and Cracker Jack feel of sports. Once there, they take direct, in-your-face photos that show what it takes to be a champion and how it feels to lose. Here�s your chance to sneak into the dressing room or look down from the rafters of the city�s arenas. And here�s your chance to relive Chicago�s sports memories. Were you there when the Bears intercepted five passes in the 1963 championship game? Were you there when the Blackhawks won their first regular-season crown, or when Michael Jordan took off from the free-throw line in the slam-dunk contest before the 1988 All-Star Game? The Sun-Times was, and now you can be, too. This is the first major photo book that documents Chicago�s first love-sports. Real Chicago Sports contains over 375 duotone photos from the 1930s to today, including the magical 2005 Chicago White Sox season.