Jorge Soler’s torrid start has been a great story for the Cubs.
The Tigers’ DH has been the center of attention for major-league scouts, who are looking to define their off-season pursuit of talent for next year.
“If they put me in after I am dead, I promise you I will not show up,” Hawks says of his Hall of Fame chances.
Former Oriole pitcher Jake Arrieta continued to show why Baltimore and the rest of baseball made a mistake in looking beyond his erratic seasons of the past.
Javier Baez is striking out at a wild rate, but the Cubs just want to see quality at-bats.
Both sides will benefit from this move.
Edwin Jackson is still eyeing a late-season comeback after landing on the DL.
With rain in today’s forecast, the Cubs have a bigger crew on hand than Tuesday.
(CBS) – Adam Dunn has had a fine career, hitting tons of home runs and making many friends along the way. As the season starts to wind down, the affable slugger must contemplate whether or […]
(CBS) – The Chicago White Sox and slugger Jose Abreu have fallen on hard times the last couple of weeks. Chicago has lost four straight series and have a 4-8 record to show for it. […]
Acquiring pitching will be Chicago’s main offseason objective.
Rule 7.13 has everyone in baseball confused and angry.
“He is a young man that is trying to show everybody he belongs here,” Cubs manager Rickey Renteria says.
“There have been a lot of good individual performances out here,” GM Jed Hoyer said.
Rick Renteria has to weigh winning games with protecting the future.
“I still don’t foresee Kris getting called up this year,” Theo Epstein says.
“I just have to … slow everything down,” Javy Baez says.
With a tragic past and vast potential, how are Cubs fans to find a middle ground nowadays?
White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu now leads the major leagues with 86 RBIs.
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