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Hendricks will be the Cubs’ No. 4 starter.
“We have grown together in the bullpen,” Rondon says.
Samardzija started on Opening Day for the Cubs in 2014 and could now do the same for the White Sox this season.
“The door is open” for Carlos Rodon, pitching coach Don Cooper said.
Orestes “Minnie” Minoso was more than just a former Chicago White Sox player.
Not too long ago Jason Motte was pitching in the World Series for the St. Louis Cardinals. Today, Motte is making his way back from injury and hoping to re-establish himself as a quality bullpen man again.
Standing in the batter’s box against one of the top five pitchers in baseball really didn’t faze Javier Baez.
Eaton goes all-out in center field, sometimes to his detriment.
After closing last season, Petricka will likely be the lead right-handed setup man.
Suiting up for the first day of practice, the former All Star outfielder will retain the title of consultant for major and minor league hitting.
“It is about getting out on the field and getting it started,” Ricketts said.
The main battle to be won in White Sox camp will be the second base position.
With Manny Ramirez in the fold, could the Cubs embrace Sammy Sosa again?
Castro was in the area of two shootings in the Dominican Republic in the offseason.
Although 23-year-old phenom Kris Bryant will compete for the Cubs third-base job this spring, learning another position will be a part of his experience in Mesa.
Manager Robin Ventura must split up time for Abreu and Adam LaRoche between first base and DH.
The most senior member of the Chicago White Sox pitching staff may have the most to prove going into the 2015 season.
Having three catchers on a 25-man roster just isn’t realistic for any major league team.
With renewed pitching depth, the White Sox are feeling really confident.
“We have a really nice culture,” Theo Epstein says.