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As spring training begins, the White Sox brass must decide if the wait for a deal they can’t refuse is worth the risks involved.
The Cubs are aiming to make a different kind of history in 2017.
“Part of the process is going out each day looking for a victory,” Renteria says.
“It’s an honor to be a mentor to him or any of our new young players,” Abreu says.
McLeod is focused on stocking the Cubs with young pitching talent.
Quintana should be traded before spring training, sources say.
“We want to re-energize that enthusiasm and energy that may have slipped away,” Renteria says of a focus of his.
“There is a balance here,” GM Rick Hahn says of the right timing to make a trade.
“I like it here,” Quintana says. “I would like to stay.”
The top prospect in baseball, Moncada could be making his White Sox debut in May.
The front office has been looking for rehabbing pitchers who are making comebacks.
Frazier knows a trade is probably coming before the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline.
“The perception seems to be changing among the voters right now,” Dawson says.
As the White Sox rebuild, Frazier remains on the trade market.
The smart money is on Quintana being dealt before spring training begins.
The bullpens down the outfield lines will soon be gone at Wrigley Field.
Bryant wants to use the opposite field more in 2017.
Arrieta seemed resigned to his fate with the Cubs.
“Success is very addicting,” Rizzo says.
The Yankees, Pirates, Astros and Rangers are all involved in the Quintana sweepstakes.