The Cubs are in serious talks with the Detroit Tigers to trade away pitcher Matt Garza for a package of prospects, according to a published report.
Ozzie Guillen has said he can manage anybody. We’ll soon find out, says The Score’s Brian Hanley.
Reliever Jason Frasor has been traded back to the Toronto Blue Jays by the Chicago White Sox for minor league pitchers Myles Jaye and Daniel Webb.
The Cubs on Friday acquired left-handed pitcher Travis Wood and two others from the Cincinnati Reds, in a trade for pitcher Sean Marshall.
The Cubs are reportedly close to sending lefty reliever Sean Marshall to the Cincinnati Reds for lefty starter Travis Wood and at least one, perhaps two, minor league players.
The Chicago Cubs have traded outfielder Tyler Colvin and infielder DJ LeMahieu to the Colorado Rockies for infielder Ian Stewart and pitcher Casey Weathers.
A state employee is under the microscope for trading the use of a White Sox skybox for passes to Lollapalooza.
Illinois State Rep. Jack Franks (D-Woodstock) believes easing of trade restrictions with Cuba could pump hundreds of millions of dollars into the state’s economy.
The Florida Marlins are considering trading a player to snag White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, according to a published report.
Two Illinois lawmakers are heading for Cuba, in an effort to ensure Illinois is first in line when trade resumes with the island nation, which has been under a trade embargo since 1962.
Bears linebacker Lance Briggs wants to be traded, and has filed a formal request to make that happen, according to a published report Friday morning.
In an interview with the Chicago Sun-Times Monday, White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen once again says he wants to stay with the White Sox, “but only if they want to keep me here.”
Could Jim Thome end up back with the White Sox? A published report seems to indicate that it’s possible.
As Greg Olsen woke up this morning to the realization that he is no longer a Chicago Bear, the fifth-year tight end is looking forward to a “little stability and security” with his new team.
In his last 1.1 innings pitched, Carlos Marmol has given up three hits, five walks and seven earned runs on his way to blowing to saves. And as the trading deadline approaches, he recent struggles may not have much of an impact on his trade value.
At this point in the season, it’s pretty clear that the Chicago Cubs aren’t going to be competing the NL Central. But, in preparing to compete in the division over the next few season, the team needs to evaluate which players can be traded for prospects.
After being traded by the Blackhawks during last month’s NHL Draft, forward Troy Brouwer signed a two-year contract with the Capitals on Wednesday.
Could White Sox outfielder Carlos Quentin be headed to the Atlanta Braves? Speculation says it’s possible.
San Jose and Minnesota made their second major deal of the offseason with the Sharks sending forward Dany Heatley to the Wild on Sunday for forward Martin Havlat.
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.”