Baseball Report: Are These Twins For Real?The AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins are hitting the cover off the ball and getting enough strong pitching to hold off opponents.
Levine: White Sox Look For Impact Player In MLB DraftNew White Sox director of scouting Nick Hostetler is seeking "true baseball players."
White Sox Draft Jerry Reinsdorf's Grandson In 40th RoundThe White Sox's rookie roster were full already, GM Rick Hahn said.
Emma: With Slugging Catcher Schwarber, Cubs Wisely Take Talent Over NeedThe Cubs’ baseball brass knew all along it would end up with Kyle Schwarber, the 21-year-old slugging catcher from Indiana University.
Ten Foot Mailbag: Why We Don't Want Jim BelushiBecause he acts like some meatball ambassador for Chicago and its sports teams without permission.
Report: Top College Pitching Prospect Gray Tests Postive For AdderallRight-haned pitcher Johnathan Gray, one of the top prospects available in the MLB draft, tested positive for the stimulant Adderall, according to a report by Jon Heyman of CBS Sports.
Wisch: To Tank or Not To Tank, Is That The Question For Cubs, Bulls?Is tanking a season a wise route for the Cubs and the Bulls to pursue? And how much will it really help either team achieve its ultimate goals of winning a championship?
Report: White Sox Sign Draft Pick WalkerIt appears as if the Chicago White Sox have signed their first pick from the 2011 MLB Draft.
White Sox Sign 23 Of 50 Draft PicksThe White Sox have signed 23 of their 50 selections from the 2011 First-Year Player Draft.
Gretzky: Son Being Drafted By Cubs May Have Been 'Meant To Be'Wayne Gretzky is greatest hockey player ever to play the game. On Tuesday, the Chicago Cubs made his son Trevor one of the newest members of the organization by drafting him in the seventh round. And something about him coming to Chicago just makes sense.
Cubs Draft Pick Could Move To Third Base, 'Has An Electric Bat'Of the Cubs' previous eight, first round draft picks, only two have made it to the major leagues: Andrew Cashner and Tyler Colvin. And the team's most recent first round pick, Javier Baez, most likely won't be seen in the majors anytime soon.