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“When I did get it over the plate, they hit it out of the yard,” Shields says.
New White Sox director of scouting Nick Hostetler is seeking “true baseball players.”
“None of us are having fun right now,” Adam Eaton says.
Rodon will have his Thursday start skipped.
Bruce is having a strong season, hitting .280 with 13 homers and a .922 OPS in 52 games.
Arrieta went just five innings, allowing three runs on nine hits.
“I want them to feel like they are the best team in Little League,” Joe Maddon says of his Cubs.
“He thinks he can beat anybody,” Joe Maddon says of former pupil Shields’ attitude.
“We teach it’s not about you and your day,” Joe Maddon says.
Lackey has been terrific since the start of May, posting a 1.81 ERA in his last seven starts.
First baseman Anthony Rizzo is a prime example of production without a big batting average.
Hendricks fired his second straight gem, allowing two runs in eight innings while striking out six.
Rondon doesn’t believe his back stiffness is a big deal, but the Cubs are being cautious.
Jon Lester was brilliant in tossing a complete-game four-hitter.
All eyes are on the Yankees, who have big arms but aren’t selling yet.
Chicago’s streak of 23 straight regular-season wins with Jake Arrieta starting was snapped.
The versatile group under Joe Maddon has added new meaning to the term team victories.
After Jason Hammel left with a cramp, Wood and three relievers combined for seven perfect innings.
Arrieta was human in his last start, though he’s looking to reach 10-0 on Tuesday.
The White Sox have lost 14 of their last 18 games entering Monday.