The starter goes into diplomatic, damage-control mode following Thursday’s Donnybrook on and off the field with the Royals.
Five players were ejected after a seventh-inning brawl.
Here we go with the same old attendance issue at U.S Cellular Field, the one we broach every April and May.
Samardzija didn’t have his best stuff, but he still threw six scoreless innings.
With Detroit and Kansas City off to hot starts, Chicago must start hitting.
Rodon gave up two runs in his MLB debut as the White Sox fell to the Indians.
Eaton is hitting just .176 with a .236 on-base percentage early in the season.
Rodon will be in the bullpen now as the White Sox look to limit his innings.
The 4-7 start for the White Sox has been compounded by a couple of poor managerial decisions by Robin Ventura.
Cause for concern? Lester is 0-2 with a 6.89 ERA and 1.79 WHIP this season.
Nothing has shocked Kris Bryant more than the party atmosphere he was witness to after his first successful day with the Cubs.
Bryant went 2-for-3 with three walks in his second big league game.
“I will come out here tomorrow ready to go,” Bryant said with sincerity. “I will be hungry and ready to help the team win.”
Somewhere above, Banks is smiling today, writes Bruce Levine.
The eight-game wait for his first home run didn’t seem that long for Rizzo.
The ultimate judge of where Bryant plays will be Joe Maddon.
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.