Levine: At Least For Now, Jose Abreu Looked To For Leadership On White SoxAbreu's long-term future with the White Sox is uncertain as the team rebuilds.
Levine: Brett Anderson Eyeing No. 5 Starter's Role For CubsAfter an injury-plagued 2016, Anderson is feeling good now.
Levine: Charlie Tilson's Injury Is An Early Downer For The White SoxAn MRI on Saturday revealed that Tilson suffered a stress reaction in his right foot.
Levine: Cubs' Kyle Schwarber Embracing 3rd Catcher RoleSchwarber is working on a new catching style to lessen the strain on his surgically repaired left knee.
Levine: Tom Ricketts Addresses His Championship Cubs"I hope that with continued success, we will make that 'C' into a symbol of winning," Ricketts says.
Levine: Todd Frazier Likes What He Sees At White Sox Spring TrainingFrazier prefers to say the White Sox are "refueling," not "rebuilding."
Levine: Anthony Rizzo's Leadership Role Is Timely For Cubs"He understands how to win," manager Joe Maddon says of Rizzo. "He knows how to play every day."
Levine: James Shields Looks To Rebound From Disastrous 2016 Season"Sometimes those things just happen," Shields says of his 2016 season that included a 5.85 ERA.
Levine: Kris Bryant, Cubs Know Avoiding Complacency Is Key Now"The goal from here on out is to win the World Series," Bryant says.
Levine: Jose Quintana Preps For Season, Knows Trade Talk Will Continue Swirling"I will just put my mind on the game," Quintana says. "I will do my job every five days."
Levine: Rick Hahn, White Sox Gambling On Right Trades At Right TimeAs spring training begins, the White Sox brass must decide if the wait for a deal they can't refuse is worth the risks involved.
Levine: Can Cubs Repeat As World Series Champions? Focus Is On 2017The Cubs are aiming to make a different kind of history in 2017.

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