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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The Chicago White Sox are expected to bring back their entire coaching staff in 2015.
Bruce Levine sat down with Oakland A’s right-hander Jeff Samardzija for a Q-andA.
Rick Hahn has to decide to chase a couple big names or spread money around to a half-dozen guys.
“That is absolutely on my list,” Jeff Samardzija said of considering Chicago as a free agent destination.
By Bruce Levine– (CBS) – The once promising future of Cubs left-handed starter Travis Wood has taken a dramatic downturn. The eroding results of this season have shocked the pitcher and organization alike. Wood’s start [...]
The top of the batting order is where all offense begins.
A large part of the Cubs’ arrow pointing upward has been the improvement of the pitching staff.
Manager Rick Renteria believes some pitching depth would work wonders in the future.
Business operations says the extra money’s headed toward the team’s future payroll.
“It is mostly about him staying in himself and staying more focused in his zone,” Rick Renteria says of Javier Baez.
Starlin Castro has a high left ankle sprain that will keep him out for September.
Starlin Castro is hitting .292 this season.
There’s a chance Bryant will spend the “vast majority” of 2015 with the Cubs, says Theo Epstein.
An MRI revealed a lower back strain for Anthony Rizzo.
Despite being out of the playoff race, the Cubs can affect the pennant chase.
Jorge Soler’s torrid start has been a great story for the Cubs.
The Jackie Robinson West little league champions of the United States were honored guests of the Cubs at Wrigley Field on Monday.
Adam Dunn accepted a trade to Oakland as he prepared to begin the last month of his baseball career on Monday.
Adam Dunn will finally get a chance to play in the postseason.
White Sox ace Chris Sale was dominant in winning his eleventh game after a shaky first inning.