Levine: At Least For Now, Jose Abreu Looked To For Leadership On White SoxAbreu's long-term future with the White Sox is uncertain as the team rebuilds.
Levine: Brett Anderson Eyeing No. 5 Starter's Role For CubsAfter an injury-plagued 2016, Anderson is feeling good now.
Levine: Charlie Tilson's Injury Is An Early Downer For The White SoxAn MRI on Saturday revealed that Tilson suffered a stress reaction in his right foot.
Levine: Cubs' Kyle Schwarber Embracing 3rd Catcher RoleSchwarber is working on a new catching style to lessen the strain on his surgically repaired left knee.
Levine: Tom Ricketts Addresses His Championship Cubs"I hope that with continued success, we will make that 'C' into a symbol of winning," Ricketts says.
Levine: Todd Frazier Likes What He Sees At White Sox Spring TrainingFrazier prefers to say the White Sox are "refueling," not "rebuilding."
Levine: Cubs' Jon Lester Adjusting To Life Without David Ross"He wants to get better, and he is eager to please," Lester says of young catcher Willson Contreras.
Pace Of Play, Potential Strike Zone Changes On Baseball DeckIt's not yet clear if the strike zone change will be implemented for 2017.
Jimmy Butler Has Quite The Unique Fashion Choice At Friday's All-Star FestivitiesIt's just Jimmy being Jimmy.
Emma: NFLPA's Threats Shouldn't Affect Bears' Free AgencyUnion head DeMaurice Smith stated he would sway players from teams like the Bears.
The Bernstein Brief: Blackhawks Ahead Of Curve On InclusivityThe Blackhawks are hosting a "Hockey is for Everyone" event Saturday night.
Jimmy Butler Comes Through In Clutch As Late Call Goes Bulls' WayButler's two free throws with 0.9 seconds left after a controversial call gave Chicago a 104-103 win against Boston.

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