As a free agent, Scott Hairston had options, but there was no question in his mind that he wanted to play for the Cubs.
Talk about a swing man on your pitching staff. That’s exactly the role that Hector Santiago will fill on this year’s White Sox team.
The Cubs left-fielder had medical reasons for turning down a trade to San Francisco last year.
ubs owner Tom Ricketts would make an excellent politician because he can talk a long time without saying much. That was the case Sunday when Ricketts met the media and pretty much brushed away all questions regarding a deal with both the city and the neighborhood involving Wrigley Field.
Paul Konerko is the last of the Mohicans, meaning he’s the final member of the 2005 World Series championship team that is still playing for the White Sox.
Brent Lillibridge only signed a minor league deal with the Cubs, but he has a very good chance of making the Major League roster.
The news that Robin Ventura had turned down a one-year contract extension really didn’t surprise insiders.
Say what you want about Tuesday’s story about Derrick Rose potentially not playing this season (and I don’t believe that for a moment) but the part that upset me is that Rose granted an interview to a reporter from the national media.
Carlos Marmol says he’s completely innocent of the accusations that have been levied against him.
There was an influx of both Chicago teams needing third basemen, and players available coming into Baseball’s Winter Meetings, and on Wednesday the logjam opened up.
“He got the bird but he also got me. It happens more often then you think”, said Sveum.
WSCR’s David Schuster checks in from the Winter Meetings.
The realization of a dream finally has come true for the Danks brothers.
Paul Konerko is hoping to be back in the White Sox lineup on Thursday.
When a six-year-old, die-hard Giants fan from New York named Joe learned that his favorite player Brandon Jacobs wouldn’t be returning to the Giants due to the team’s inability to afford him, he did the only thing he knew to do.
As I sit here at the Bulls practice facility I can’t help but think back to the aftermath of yesterday’s playoff game vs. Philadelphia.
Derrick Rose had led a charmed life regarding injuries up until this season.
If you think you’re frustrated with Richard Hamilton being so injured this season, you should know it’s nothing compared to his frustration.
Chemistry and camaraderie are extremely important to winning in baseball, if you believe most players.
Over the years, teams that have gone on to win the World Series have had poor records during the spring and vice versa, so is winning important in exhibition play?