On Sept. 9, the Chicago Red Stars scored a 2-2 tie with the OL Reign (and onetime Red Stars player Megan Rapinoe) in Seattle.
In a back-and-forth contest, Chicago's Ella Stevens and Danielle Colaprico found the back of the net for the Red Stars.
Walking away with one point each, both the Red Stars and Reign remain, respectively, in sixth and fifth place in the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) standings.
Chicago will next take on the Kansas City Current on Wed., Sept. 14, at 7 p.m. at SeatGeek Stadium.
Chicago's MLB teams both prevailed on Sept. 9.
In California, the streaking Chicago White Sox (71-68) beat the Oakland Athletics (50-89) 5-3 as Elvis Andrus hit a tiebreaking double against his former team with two outs in a five-run ninth inning, according to ESPN.
White Sox manager Tony La Russa missed his 10th consecutive game and is out indefinitely because of an unspecified health issue, with bench coach Cairo acting as manager. However, La Russa is expected to be back by Sunday, Sept. 11.
Those teams will clash again on Saturday, Sept. 10.
At Wrigley Field, the Chicago Cubs (58-80) defeated the San Francisco Giants (65-73) 4-2.
Drew Smyly allowed one hit in seven scoreless innings and Yan Gomes and Nico Hoerner homered, ESPN noted.
The teams will continue their series Saturday, Sept. 10.