Phil Rogers

Alfonso Soriano gets a hit off Cincinnati Reds starting pitcher Dontrelle Willis to drive in a run in the first inning of a baseball game, Monday, Sept. 12, 2011 in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Al Behrman)

Rogers: Cubs Will Be ‘A Pleasant Surprise’

While there isn’t much hope for a World Series on either side of Chicago, one baseball expert thinks one side might be a little more exciting than the other.

670 The Score–02/21/2012

Tony La Russa

La Russa To The Sox?

Tony La Russa may be out as the Cardinals manager, but he may not be out of baseball.

670 The Score–10/31/2011

Aramis Ramirez

Cubs Don’t Have A ‘Tremendous Trade Chip’

On Wednesday, Chicago Cubs general manager Jim Hendry went on record saying that despite the team having one of the worst records in baseball, there wouldn’t be a “fire sale.”

670 The Score–07/02/2011

Tom Ricketts

Bernstein: Cubs Put On A Happy Face

Every next thing we hear from the Cubs is crazier than the last.

670 The Score–06/30/2011

Phil Humber

White Sox Faced With ‘Interesting Question’

The Chicago White Sox are still struggling through the 2011 season, looking to get some consistent offense to back up their solid starting pitching.

670 The Score–05/10/2011

Jake Peavy

Peavy Not Key To White Sox Pitching

Jake Peavy’s injury has been given a good amount of the attention this spring training. While it’s important to discuss the injury, the Chicago White Sox will still have a very effective starting rotation without Peavy.

670 The Score–03/28/2011

Starlin Castro

No Need To Worry About Castro’s Defense

Starlin Castro’s major league debut was one of the best in Chicago Cubs history. His six RBI performance included a home run and a triple. But Cubs’ fans soon learned there would be defensive struggles for their young short stop.

670 The Score–03/02/2011

Jake Peavy

Peavy’s Unanswered Questions

The health of Jake Peavy is important to the Chicago White Sox, but it might not be the most important thing to the team’s success. Their success will hinge on the pitching staff’s depth.

670 The Score–03/02/2011

What Was All That?

A strange day in the Wrigley catacombs has left some people drawing strange conclusions.  Leave it to the Trib’s Phil Rogers to come away with the correct take, only to use it to formulate the […]