Major League Baseball
The state of Illinois has two Major League Baseball teams, both based in Chicago. The Chicago Cubs play in the north side of Chicago and call Wrigley Field home. The Chicago White Sox play in the south side of Chicago and play at Guaranteed Rate Field. Both teams have won three MLB World Series.
National Football League
The only professional football team in the state is the Chicago Bears. A team with a lot of history, the Chicago Bears won the 1986 Super Bowl.
National Basketball Association
The Chicago Bulls are the NBA team in Illinois. The Chicago Bulls have a long line of winning tradition and were at one time led by one of the greatest players in NBA history, Michael Jordan. They have the eighth-highest all-time NBA regular season win-loss record percentage (.522) among all current NBA teams and won 6 NBA Titles.
National Hockey League
The Chicago Blackhawks are a professional hockey team representing Illinois. Like most professional teams, the Chicago Blackhawks have a history of winning. 6 NHL Titles, including winning two titles in three years.