Bruce Levine covers both the Cubs and the White Sox for CBSChicago.com and 670 The Score. He has been covering baseball in Chicago for more than 30 years and has written for both the Chicago Sun-Times and Sporting News.
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“If we continue to play like we have, we will be just fine,” White Sox GM Rick Hahn said about standing pat at the deadline.
Lester was a bundle of nerves leading up to getting moved in 2014.
“I want to be here and stay here,” Castro says.
In the thick of a wild-card race, the Cubs need to make a deal and do it soon.
Bryant broke out of a slump with a walk-off two-run homer Monday against the Rockies.
The Cubs won’t push themselves to do anything that will detour from the goal of organization excellence for the next decade.
Chicago fell to 51-46 after being swept by Philadelphia.
The Cubs will give Cole Hamels credit. Will they give him the cash as well?
The trading deadline for non-waiver deals sometimes leads to round pegs not fitting in square holes.
Names the Cubs are looking at include Cole Hamels, David Price and Ben Zobrist.
“We have no one to blame but ourselves,” John Danks says.
The Chicago Cubs wasted little time this week reacting to the sudden availability of left-handed ace Price, according to multiple sources.
Rodon’s struggled with his command, walking 44 in 70 1/3 innings.
Samardzija may be on his way to a fourth team in the past 13 months.
The Royals showed why they’re the best team in the American League.
The Chicago White Sox continue to evaluate their position to move up as a contender on a daily basis.
The White Sox are up against the trading deadline clock. The team bosses must decide to add or subtract from a team that has failed to live up to preseason prognostications.
The addition of hot-hitting prospect Kyle Schwarber creates a question or two about where the Cubs are at and where they want to go.
The South Siders and Chicago look back this weekend at a magical season, one decade later.