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.
Bruce co-hosts “The Hot Stove Show” on Saturday mornings from 8 a.m.- 9 a.m. on 670 The Score.
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Major league baseball will take a hard look during the off-season at time of game and eliminating needless delays by both the pitcher and hitter, Bruce Levine writes.
Addison Russell says the Cubs haven’t discussed a position change with him.
A similar sign is posted in many different clubhouses in baseball — “Wanted: a player who can get on base and steal.”
Watching Javier Baez swing and miss to the tune of 81 strikeouts in 44 games has brought plenty of scrutiny on both player and organization alike.
After another embarrassing start on Friday, any other starting assignments this season or moving forward would appear questionable, Bruce Levine writes.
Only the bleachers will get rehabbed this offseason.
“It’s never easy,” Darwin Barney says of his exit from Chicago.
“These decisions are tough,” Theo Epstein says.
Edwin Jackson faces Clayton Kershaw on Friday at Wrigley Field.
Kris Bryant is ignoring the talk of his major league call-up, which should come in early 2015.
Cubs righty Jake Arrieta took a no-hitter into the eighth inning and struck out 13.
Kyle Schwarber hit two balls out of Wrigley Field while taking batting practice Tuesday.
When the final numbers come in, the Cubs will have sold close to 2.65 million tickets this season.
Anthony Rizzo hit a walk-off homer Monday night to give the Cubs a 1-0 win.
With 43 blasts, Kris Bryant was the minor league home run champion.
“I feel I am in a pretty good spot,” Paul Konerko says.
The resurgent Jose Abreu had maybe his most memorable at-bat in the White Sox walk-off win against Minnesota Saturday evening.
The White Sox must deal with a huge void as Team Captain Paul Konerko winds down the last two weeks of his illustrious career, Bruce Levine writes.
The numbers certainly don’t lie when looking at Jose Abreu’s season, Bruce Levine writes.
The White Sox may not be involved in any potential postseason play in 2014, but looking at postseason awards may be another story.