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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Talks will occur in 2015, but there won’t be a hometown discount for Samardzija.
Everyone 40 or older has an Ernie Banks meet-and-greet story. Nobody apparently ever came away disappointed, Bruce Levine writes.
The White Sox are in win-now mode and couldn’t wait on Viciedo’s development.
Gordon Beckham will provide depth and versatility in the infield.
Better baserunning should lead to more runs in 2015.
Banks was much more than one of the all-time great ball players.
A rookie starting pitcher may be the missing link to a World Series run this year, Bruce Levine writes.
Soto’s overall game is superior to the other backup catcher candidates in Sox camp.
Soto has an injury-plagued 2014 season, hitting just .250 with 11 RBIs.
With Luis Valbuena traded to Houston, third base is open for Chicago.
Fowler has a career .366 on-base percentage.
If you were planning to take in a Cubs game in the warm April sun via the bleachers, you are out of luck.
Anthony Rizzo says the Cubs will win the NL Central in 2015. Is he ahead of himself?
This weekend is the 30th version of the Cubs Convention, the first of its kind.
Samardzija gives the White Sox three starters with shutdown potential.
Chicago still has too many holes to think quite that big.
The Cubs and WGN agreed to a deal that runs through 2019.
Davidson hit just .199 at Triple-A in 2014.
It’s not right to not acknowledge an era that forever changed the game.
The team will explain its relocation plan at the Cubs Convention that starts Jan. 16.