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Miguel Gonzales was hit for all eight runs in the first four innings he pitched. The veteran right-handed starter was left in the game to eat up some innings.
It’s expected that Abreu will just need one off day.
After his resilient team won three out of four against the best offensive team in baseball, White Sox general manager Rick Hahn was doling out praise.
The Cubs are now 4-20 when scoring fewer than four runs in a game this season.
After a disappointing first two months, Heyward has had a much more consistent June for the Cubs.
The Cubs lost on consecutive days at Wrigley Field for the first time this season.
Sent down to Triple-A to get stretched out, Adam Warren will soon rejoin the Cubs.
“You will always see me showing high energy,” Contreras says. “That is how I play.”
Hendricks struck out a career-high 12 batters in Chicago’s 10-5 win against Pittsburgh.
Fowler left Saturday’s game against Pittsburgh with a right hamstring strain.
Cubs president Theo Epstein and manager Joe Maddon voiced support for their relievers before Friday’s game.
The Cubs are eyeing bullpen help prior to the Aug. 1 non-waiver trade deadline.
Sale fired seven strong innings to lead the White Sox to a 5-3 win against the Tigers.
“Jerry wants to win, and he wants to win now,” Adam Eaton says.
One of the White Sox’s leaders got a one-day timeout on Tuesday.
Down seven runs early, Chicago rallied for a 10-9 win against Detroit in 12 innings.
After a 3-1 loss to the Royals on Sunday, the White Sox are 10-14 against AL Central foes.
With two on and no outs in the first, Cabrera gave up an out.
“This will go right until the end,” Royals manager Ned Yost says of the AL Central race.
“We do feel he has the ability to be a special player,” GM Rick Hahn says of Anderson.