Zambrano heads to Miami in exchange for right-handed pitcher Chris Volstad. The Cubs will also play a bulk of Zambrano’s 2012 salary.
Cubs fans can now breathe a sigh of relief knowing that they won’t have to wonder when number 38 is going to “lose it” any longer.
Aaron Rowand has agreed to a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins and will contend for a job as a backup outfielder.
To honor to the lefthander’s time on the Southside, 670 The Score producer Chris Tannehill put together this moving tribute to Mark Buehrle. Enjoy.
With all the rumors coming into the Winter Meetings concerning the Cubs & White Sox, who would have thought the biggest story for Chicago was someone leaving it. The Cubs still make a minor, and I emphasize a minor, deal before they leave town while the Sox are done here.
Veteran left-hander Mark Buehrle will not return to the White Sox, instead signing with the Miami Marlins.
While some were eating turkey on Thanksgiving, former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen spent the day doing something very special.
Free agent pitcher Mark Buehrle will meet with the Florida Marlins in South Florida, according to a report.
Having tormented the Chicago Cubs from afar for the past 16 seasons, word now is that St. Louis’ newest retiree, Tony La Russa, may pile into a U-Haul and drive himself – while surely airlifting his ego – the 300 miles northeast to the Windy City.
Now, according to a USA Today report, Walker will have a second chance as the hitting coach for the Atlanta Braves.
While the hiring of Robin Ventura as White Sox manager caught most of the baseball world by surprise, one Hall of Famer isn’t too worried about Ventura taking over on the South Side.
Fresh off a 16-day vacation in Spain, the new Marlins manager came back swinging at White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper.
But before I can even ponder the impact of Theo at Wrigley, I first need to wrap my head around what the heck White Sox GM Kenny Williams is up to these days at U.S. Cellular Field – a place that somehow has become even nuttier now that Ozzie Guillen has left the building.
A day after his official introductory press conference, new White Sox manager Robin Ventura joined The Mully and Hanley Show live in studio to discuss the upcoming season.
There’s no doubt Paul Konerko is vital to the success of the White Sox. But just how important is he?
While the favored names to fill Guillen’s shoes were guys like Terry Francona, Sandy Alomar Jr. and Dave Martinez, Ventura isn’t going to apologize for where he sits in the White Sox organization.
According to Anthony McCarron of the New York Daily News, Reinsdorf gave Williams walking orders when it came time to start thinking about replacing Guillen.
After Joe Cowley accused White Sox pitching coach Don Cooper of being “Judas” to former manager Ozzie Guillen in a column Friday morning, Coop called into The Mully and Hanley Show to defend himself.
When Joe Cowley wrote a column in Friday morning’s paper that exposed pitching coach Don Cooper as “Judas” to former manager Ozzie Guillen, Ken Williams snapped.
When selecting a major league coaching staff, it’s always important to find the right guys. In the case of Robin Ventura and the White Sox, multiply that by 100.