Montgomery has a 2.21 ERA this season while serving as a long reliever and setup man out of the bullpen.
Harper is on a path to become a free agent after 2018.
The Cubs have lost five in a row and are below .500 but are just 1.5 games behind in the division.
Rick Hahn: ‘Inaccurate’ To Say White Sox Missed Chance To Sell High On Jose Quintana, Because Offers Were Underwhelming
“You never want to move a guy just for the sake of moving him, especially when the offers are woefully inadequate,” Hahn says.
“When he’s in the lineup as a switch-hitter with power, it makes that lineup feel longer,” Hoyer says of Happ.
“Boys will be boys, and sometimes you got to let them play,” Bosio says.
Brees is a believer in Bears general manager Ryan Pace.
Jon Heyman On Luis Robert Sweepstakes: ‘Be A Surprise If He Went Somewhere Else’ Other Than White Sox
A 19-year-old Cuban outfielder, Robert can sign with an MLB team as early as this weekend.
Epstein believes the Cubs have a much better level of baseball ahead.
“This season is an incredible marathon,” Bosio says.
Butler has found himself amid trade speculation often and is seeking clarity about the organization’s direction.
“Our focus in the front office … is on creating something that is sustainable for the long term,” Hahn says.
With a tough roster decision looming this weekend, the Cubs have hinted they want to stick with an eight-man bullpen.
Cubs’ Chris Bosio On Yadier Molina’s Sticky Situation: ‘Oh Boy, Here We Go With The Cardinals Thing Again’
“We know nothing’s going to happen from it, like normal,” Bosio says of some antics against the Cardinals at Busch Stadium.
“We’re one of the best programs in the country,” Underwood said. “We got to start acting like that, we have to start thinking like that.”
Demps posted six interceptions in 2016.
Northwestern improved to 21-9 with a win against Michigan and likely clinched its first ever NCAA Tournament berth.
Derek Holland On Flame-Throwing Young White Sox Pitchers: ‘Make Me Look Like I’ve Never Even Played Baseball Before’
Holland is projected to be the No. 5 starter for the White Sox.
“I still watch to catch,” Schwarber says. “I’m not oblivious.”
As the White Sox have started their rebuild, many eyes will be on the young pitchers’ progress.