The Bears released McDonald on Monday after his third arrest since August.
Here’s our weekly look at how the prospects are faring for the Cubs and White Sox.
Collins said he’ll be in Evanston for the “forseeable future.”
Jordan Zimmermann opposes Kyle Hendricks tonight at Wrigley Field.
Chicago now trails 3-2 to Anaheim in the Western Conference Final.
Report: Sentiment Growing That Bulls Will Wait To Part Ways With Tom Thibodeau Until Other Jobs Are Filled
The stand-off continues in Chicago between management and Thibodeau.
John Danks opposes R.A. Dickey tonight at the Rogers Centre.
McCaskey’s priorities are out of line, and it’s embarrassing.
Anaheim leads 3-2 now in the Western Conference Final ahead of Wednesday’s Game 6.
The loss in the opener of a season-long, 11-game trip stopped a five-game road win streak for the White Sox.
This is bad for the Bears, casting a pall of doubt and distrust over every level of ownership and management, just at the time new energy from the very top spurred the kind of regime change that inspired fans to embrace some hope.
Wilson Ramos hit a tiebreaking homer in the sixth, and Tanner Roark pitched five effective innings.
The Bears sent a message that they stand firmly behind whatever stories their players choose to tell them.
It’s McDonald’s third domestic violence arrest since last August.
Bryant and Harper grew up playing together in Las Vegas and are now expected to be two of the biggest stars in the game.
Bears defensive lineman Ray McDonald is in trouble with the law again after being arrested for domestic violence and possible child endangerment, according to Santa Clara police.
Paul Goldschmidt hit his second home run in three days.
Brian Dozier hit two homers.
Chicago has had a power outage.
Rizzo’s three-run homer broke a tie in the ninth inning.