Bruce Levine

Bruce Levine Bruce Levine covers both the Cubs and the White Sox for 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 “Inside The Clubhouse” on Saturday mornings from 8-9 a.m. on 670 The Score.

Follow him on Twitter @MLBBruceLevine.

Levine: Defense Comes Up Big For Cubs, Brett Anderson

The sensational defense of Albert Almora and others helped Anderson and the Cubs to a 4-0 win against the Dodgers on Thursday.

CBS Chicago–04/13/2017

Levine: With All-Star Potential, Willson Contreras Impressing Cubs Teammates

Contreras is focusing on his pitch framing, and the Cubs believe they see progress.

CBS Chicago–04/13/2017

Levine: John Lackey Gets His Jewelry, Gives Cubs Gutsy Performance

After receiving his championship ring, Lackey settled in and gave the Cubs a chance before they lost 2-0.

CBS Chicago–04/13/2017

Levine: Cubs’ Latest Milestone Comes With Receiving World Series Rings

Since the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 seasons last November, we’ve seen many firsts.

CBS Chicago–04/12/2017

Levine: 2017 Brings The Greatest Cubs’ Home Opener Ever

The Cubs raised their championship banner Monday night, a first in Wrigley Field history.

CBS Chicago–04/10/2017

Levine: Will Recent Injury Spur Astros’ Interest In Jose Quintana?

Quintana had a quality outing in a loss Sunday and remains on the trade market.

CBS Chicago–04/09/2017

Levine: Small Ball Is Part Of Winning, Losing For Young White Sox

The White Sox won Saturday with small ball a day after losing because of a lack of execution.

CBS Chicago–04/08/2017

Levine: White Sox Players Buy Into Renteria’s Philosophy Of Fundamentals

Getting a bunt down, hitting the ball the other way and backing up bases on defense truly could be the difference in Chicago winning some close contests this season.

CBS Chicago–04/07/2017

Levine: James Shields’ Win In Debut A Good Sign For White Sox

Shields allowed one run in 5 1/3 innings as Chicago rolled to an 11-2 win against Detroit.

CBS Chicago–04/06/2017

Levine: Jose Quintana Roughed Up As White Sox Fall In Opener

Quintana allowed six runs in 5 1/3 innings in a 6-3 loss to the Tigers.

CBS Chicago–04/04/2017

Levine: Jose Abreu Would Like To Spend Entire Career With White Sox But Understands The Situation

Abreu understands that he may be a trade chip in the coming years as the White Sox undergo a rebuild.

CBS Chicago–04/04/2017

Levine: White Sox Players Aim To Defy Odds

“If we begin with some series wins, you never know what can happen,” closer David Robertson says.

CBS Chicago–04/03/2017

Levine: Kyle Schwarber Sharp In His Debut As Cubs’ Lead-Off Man

Schwarber reached base three times in his debut at the top of the order.

CBS Chicago–04/03/2017

Levine: Theo Epstein Impressed By Cubs Handling Business, Push For Title Defense ‘The Right Way’

“They are self-starters and as a group totally connected,” Epstein says of the Cubs.

CBS Chicago–04/02/2017

Levine: It’s Showtime For The 2017 Chicago Cubs, A Mix Of Old And New

All the fun and accolades from 2016 don’t mean much now. It’s time for the champions to start their new season.


Levine: Rick Renteria Setting The Tone As White Sox Set To Open New Season

“He has changed the attitude for sure,” reliever Nate Jones says of Renteria.

CBS Chicago–03/29/2017

Levine: Matt Szczur Happy To Make Cut For Cubs’ Opening Day Roster That Has 13 Position Players, 12 Pitchers

Szczur is out of options, so he’d be exposed if the Cubs were to send him to Triple-A Iowa at any point.

CBS Chicago–03/29/2017

Levine: Jacob May Thrilled To Have Chance At Everyday CF Job

After the trade of Peter Bourjos, the White Sox are counting on the 25-year-old May.

CBS Chicago–03/29/2017

Levine: Cubs Eagerly Await Big Production From Lineup With Kyle Schwarber Leading Off

“The pitcher better be ready from pitch one,” Anthony Rizzo says.

CBS Chicago–03/28/2017

Levine: White Sox Players Insist Not To Count Them Out

“We are going to compete,” young shortstop Tim Anderson says.

CBS Chicago–03/27/2017



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