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.
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The Royals showed why they’re the best team in the American League.
The Chicago White Sox continue to evaluate their position to move up as a contender on a daily basis.
The White Sox are up against the trading deadline clock. The team bosses must decide to add or subtract from a team that has failed to live up to preseason prognostications.
The addition of hot-hitting prospect Kyle Schwarber creates a question or two about where the Cubs are at and where they want to go.
The South Siders and Chicago look back this weekend at a magical season, one decade later.
General manager Rick Hahn freely admits he wants to be a buyer, but he’s also a realist.
As many as 10 teams were eyeing Samardzija on Thursday as he tossed a gem.
Jhonny Peraltas two-out, two-run homer in the ninth shocked the Cubs.
Rizzo and Bryant will see a fantasy turn into reality come Monday night.
The Eaton who wowed White Sox fans in 2014 and this year’s version have been difficult to compare.
“We really have not played as good as we are capable of,” Joe Maddon says.
Chicago and Chris Sale prevailed 4-2 against Toronto and Mark Buehrle.
This month could see Samardzija playing for his fourth team in 12 months.
With 32 wins in the first half of the season, the White Sox must realistically win 53 of their last 81 games to be a wild-card contender.
Everyone shares in the struggles of the White Sox, GM Rick Hahn says.
The Grateful Dead will perform three sold-out shows at Soldier Field this weekend.
Dawson is auctioning off his 1987 MVP award, which is valued at $100,000.
Maddon was shocked a game-ending call was upheld Wednesday night in a loss to the Dodgers.
The fact that Theo Epstein and Jed Hoyer are in hot pursuit of starting pitching is no secret.
Chicago has won four straight and is tied for the fifth-best record in baseball.