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Arrieta allowed three runs in a Cubs loss to the Reds on Tuesday.
A strong closer, hard-throwers and a veteran presence has been the winning formula for Chicago.
More left-handed hitters have given Chicago lineup balance.
Sale allowed just one run in six innings Sunday in his season debut.
White Sox fans should be ready for the unpredictable when it comes to interleague play.
The five-game wait might not have been worth it, but the first win of the 2015 season was a relief for the Chicago White Sox.
Chicago doesn’t have a quality start through four games, all losses.
“You cannto look at the first three games and predict the season,” David Robertson says.
“Wonderful feeling,” Maddon said after a 2-0 win against the Cardinals.
The Cubs aren’t as concerned about Lester as the national media seems to be.
Given the issues on Opening Night, the Cubs have augmented their restrooms in left field.
In reality, new Cubs ace Jon Lester was making his last spring training start, as opposed to his first outing of the 2015 regular season on Sunday evening.
Responses to the big video board were largely positive.
The White Sox’s two highest paid pitchers completed their Cactus League season with marginal results.
Sale struck out 13 and allowed just two hits in six innings.
“It’s about getting it done,” Anthony Rizzo says.
“There will be adrenaline” come Sunday night, Lester says.
“The idea is compete well in your division and get hot at the right time and win a World Series,” Adam Eaton says.
Bryant will begin the season at Triple-A Iowa after a tremendous Cactus League campaign.
“In a healthy organization, there should be different opinions expressed,” Epstein says.