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Arrieta improved to 5-0 to start despite some command issues in a win against the Brewers.
Fowler’s .488 on-base percentage sets the table for the Cubs offense.
At 15-5, the Cubs are off to their best start since 1907.
“I know what I am doing behind the scenes,” Arrieta says.
Latos has a 0.74 ERA and has been one of baseball’s biggest surprises.
The White Sox are winning ball games in many different ways with a lot of different contributors.
Alex Avila and Dioner Navarro have combined for one RBI in the first 16 games.
Chicago fell to 10-6 after a 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Angels.
“We can always pay attention to detail and do the small things,” outfielder Adam Eaton says.
Sale’s using his sinker more and isn’t falling into strikeout mode nearly as often.
“I don’t think he has necessarily bought into being the DH,” manager Robin Ventura says.
After an awful spring, Latos is 3-0 with a 0.49 ERA.
The White Sox have managed to an 8-5 start despite negligible offensive production.
Frazier’s solid defense and mere presence have been a boost to the White Sox.
Arenado hit a pair of solo homers in Colorado’s 2-0 win Sunday.
The rivals meet for the first time this season Monday night.
Arrieta is 14-0 in his last 16 regular-season starts.
“I really believe in the power of 24 hours,” Cubs manager Joe Maddon said after a 6-1 loss.
“You will see him all over the place and all over the map,” Cubs manager Joe Maddon says.
After a rough ending to 2015, Hammel’s allowed just one run in 12 innings this year.