Chicago White Sox
The trouble in Baltimore deserves our attention right now.
There are safety concerns after riots broke out Monday near Camden Yards.
A make-up date hasn’t yet been announced.
Here’s our weekly look at how the prospects are faring for the Cubs and White Sox.
Hector Noesi opposes Ubaldo Jimenez tonight at Camden Yards.
“We got all our emotions out that night and I think it’s over and done with,” Cain says.
Conor Gillaspie hit a two-run single in Chicago’s five-run sixth inning.
Avisail Garcia hit a tiebreaking RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning.
It’s unlikely that an appeal will knock down their five-game suspensions.
The fallout stems from a benches-clearing brawl Thursday night between the White Sox and Royals.
Sale was in damage-control mode following Thursday’s donnybrook on and off the field with the Royals.
Thursday took the White Sox-Royals feud to a new level.
Danny Duffy opposes Jose Quintana tonight at U.S. Cellular Field.
What moves us regarding this White Sox team early in the season? Just a brawl?
Why are we bound by some code of ancient machismo?
It was an ugly scene, with five getting ejected.
Five players were ejected after a seventh-inning brawl.
There were five ejections and a fracas before a Eric Hosmer’s winning double in the 13th inning.
Here we go with the same old attendance issue at U.S Cellular Field, the one we broach every April and May.
Yordano Ventura opposes Chris Sale tonight at U.S. Cellular Field.